North Carolina

Overview

Total NC Vaccinations Administered

Total
2,760,801
March 6
+80,388

New NC Cases

March 5
+2,093
Trend
Falling

New NC Deaths

March 5
+47
Trend
Falling

Total NC Cases

Confirmed cases
872,176
Deaths
11,502

Tests in NC

Positive-Test Rate
6.3%

County Trends: Cases

Rising
10
Falling
74
Flat
16

Total County Cases

>10,000 1,001-10,000 101-1,000 11-100 1-10 0

By County

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More than 50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
10-50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
County Cases New cases yesterday Deaths
Wake 75,588 222 550
Mecklenburg 97,954 167 881
Guilford 40,451 133 558
Cumberland 24,477 87 281
Johnston 18,214 72 199
Forsyth 32,220 70 349
Randolph 13,500 61 205
New Hanover 16,459 58 152
Union 21,023 52 202
Cabarrus 18,727 50 236
Alamance 15,938 50 230
Gaston 23,974 44 379
Durham 21,762 44 208
Davidson 14,746 42 167
Iredell 16,641 41 196
Henderson 8,995 41 149
Buncombe 15,752 39 293
Nash 9,877 38 172
Catawba 17,614 35 286
Cleveland 10,422 31 218
Harnett 9,843 31 155
Orange 7,827 24 95
Franklin 5,521 24 45
Pitt 17,698 21 83
Rowan 15,041 21 290
Duplin 5,773 21 128
Pender 4,772 21 60
Craven 8,438 20 115
Rockingham 6,903 20 61
Robeson 15,332 19 212
Lincoln 8,904 19 71
Caldwell 8,712 19 79
McDowell 4,875 19 61
Rutherford 6,786 18 200
Wayne 10,331 17 225
Wilson 8,543 17 150
Brunswick 8,116 17 137
Sampson 6,942 17 92
Granville 5,304 17 76
Onslow 14,833 16 134
Stanly 6,917 16 111
Edgecombe 4,729 16 100
Watauga 4,019 16 30
Columbus 5,931 15 147
Vance 4,414 15 82
Burke 9,289 13 142
Moore 8,076 13 178
Surry 7,443 13 140
Wilkes 6,054 13 104
Person 3,038 13 64
Madison 1,373 10 39
Lenoir 5,499 9 107
Bladen 2,979 9 41
Lee 5,506 8 72
Hoke 4,169 8 54
Pasquotank 3,091 8 78
Caswell 1,993 8 24
Chatham 4,166 7 78
Stokes 3,696 7 74
Montgomery 3,100 7 88
Ashe 1,893 7 40
Currituck 1,396 7 15
Pamlico 972 7 10
Jones 739 7 16
Davie 3,583 6 31
Hertford 1,963 6 61
Transylvania 1,950 6 27
Avery 1,849 6 20
Northampton 1,728 6 33
Halifax 5,032 5 99
Haywood 3,893 5 88
Scotland 3,508 5 77
Jackson 3,372 5 54
Beaufort 4,289 4 83
Richmond 4,247 4 91
Alexander 3,951 4 76
Yadkin 3,680 4 46
Bertie 1,664 4 41
Carteret 4,479 3 44
Macon 2,586 3 28
Anson 2,327 3 53
Cherokee 2,136 3 19
Martin 2,089 3 37
Polk 1,364 3 27
Swain 1,171 3 16
Alleghany 928 3 5
Greene 2,144 2 42
Dare 1,871 2 8
Chowan 1,382 2 22
Washington 999 2 31
Warren 1,614 1 18
Yancey 1,463 1 26
Gates 678 1 12
Clay 662 1 18
Hyde 628 1 8
Camden 596 1 5
Tyrrell 305 1 6
Mitchell 1,245 0 16
Perquimans 924 0 8
Graham 566 0 12

Timeline: The Race to Vaccinate

The White House has urged states to immunize people 65 and older as Biden aims for 100 million shots in his first 100 days.

UPDATES
2/28/2021
Single-dose Covid vaccine recommended by CDC advisory panel
2/27/2021
FDA authorizes one-shot Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine
2/27/2021
FDA panel endorses Johnson & Johnson vaccine in 22-0 vote
2/25/2021
Biden marked the administration of the 50 million dose of Covid-19 vaccine since his swearing-in
2/24/2021
FDA confirms safety and effectiveness of Johnson & Johnson single-shot vaccine
2/20/2021
Pfizer commits to doubling vaccine supply in response to President Biden’s call for a quicker rollout
2/19/2021
'Vaccines are safe': Biden urges Americans to get vaccinated after touring Michigan Pfizer plant
2/19/2021
Pfizer says vaccine can be stored at higher temperatures, making distribution easier
2/16/2021
States to receive biggest boost yet in vaccine doses, White House says
2/11/2021
Biden says US will have enough doses to vaccinate every American by July

Coronavirus News

  • Sources: Johns Hopkins CSSE, The COVID Tracking Project, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Disclaimer: This data changes rapidly, so what’s shown may be out of date. Table totals may not always represent an accurate sum.
  • †SmartNews is no longer displaying U.S. “recovered” data due to the lack of uniform reporting from state health departments.