Author Archives: Sean D. Sorrentino

NC COVID numbers 5-20-2020

Link to NC COVID-19 Dashboard – https://www.ncdhhs.gov/divisions/public-health/covid19/covid-19-nc-case-count

Our daily numbers show the following changes from yesterday 

  • 12,592 new tests
  • 422 new cases
  • 31 fewer hospitalizations
  • 11 more deaths

The NCDHHS has changed how they display the data, so that’s the reason the graphs above look different.

Again, here are some links if you need help.

NC COVID numbers 5-19-2020

Link to NC COVID-19 Dashboard – https://www.ncdhhs.gov/divisions/public-health/covid19/covid-19-nc-case-count

Our daily numbers show the following changes from yesterday 

  • 9,253 new tests
  • 677 new cases
  • 74 more hospitalizations
  • 30 more deaths

Again, here are some links if you need help.

NC COVID numbers 5-18-2020

Link to NC COVID-19 Dashboard – https://www.ncdhhs.gov/divisions/public-health/covid19/covid-19-nc-case-count

Our daily numbers show the following changes from yesterday 

  • 6,811 new tests
  • 511 new cases
  • 18 more hospitalizations
  • 2 more deaths

Again, here are some links if you need help.

NC COVID numbers 5-17-2020

Link to NC COVID-19 Dashboard – https://www.ncdhhs.gov/divisions/public-health/covid19/covid-19-nc-case-count

Our daily numbers show the following changes from yesterday 

  • 10,358 new tests
  • 530 new cases
  • 12 hospitalizations
  • 7 more deaths

Again, here are some links if you need help.

NC COVID numbers 5-16-2020

Link to NC COVID-19 Dashboard – https://www.ncdhhs.gov/divisions/public-health/covid19/covid-19-nc-case-count

Our daily numbers show the following changes from yesterday 

  • 7,039 new tests
  • 853 new cases
  • 11 fewer hospitalizations
  • 11 more deaths

We’re still seeing right around 7.5% of all test coming back positive. We’re seeing more cases, but that seems to be a factor of increased testing, not of sudden spread of the disease.

Again, here are some links if you need help.

NC COVID numbers 5-15-2020

Link to NC COVID-19 Dashboard – https://www.ncdhhs.gov/divisions/public-health/covid19/covid-19-nc-case-count

Our daily numbers show the following changes from yesterday 

  • 12,279 new tests
  • 622 new cases
  • 15 fewer hospitalizations
  • 26 more deaths

Again, here are some links if you need help.

NC COVID numbers 5-14-2020

Link to NC COVID-19 Dashboard – https://www.ncdhhs.gov/divisions/public-health/covid19/covid-19-nc-case-count

Our daily numbers show the following changes from yesterday 

  • 8,811 new tests
  • 691 new cases
  • 14 fewer hospitalizations
  • 18 more deaths

I got behind a couple of days ago, so this is the first post that’s on time in three days. Over the last three days we’ve lost 65 people. This is starting to look like a sort of baseline 120-130 people per week dying of COVID19.

Again, here are some links if you need help.

NC COVID numbers 5-13-2020

Link to NC COVID-19 Dashboard – https://www.ncdhhs.gov/divisions/public-health/covid19/covid-19-nc-case-count

Our daily numbers show the following changes from yesterday 

  • 8,213 new tests
  • 470 new cases
  • 46 more hospitalizations
  • 20 more deaths

I hate the phrase “the new normal,” but I’m starting to think that losing about 120-130 people a week statewide might be “the new normal” until we’ve all caught the disease and are immune.

Again, here are some links if you need help.

NC COVID numbers 5-12-2020

Link to NC COVID-19 Dashboard – https://www.ncdhhs.gov/divisions/public-health/covid19/covid-19-nc-case-count

Our daily numbers show the following changes from yesterday 

  • 6,379 new tests
  • 301 new cases
  • 11 more hospitalizations
  • 27 more deaths

Death numbers are up again. We had two days of only 3 deaths, now 27. I’m starting to wonder if they don’t get reports over the weekend.

Again, here are some links if you need help.

NC COVID numbers 5-11-2020

Link to NC COVID-19 Dashboard – https://www.ncdhhs.gov/divisions/public-health/covid19/covid-19-nc-case-count

Our daily numbers show the following changes from yesterday 

  • 3,730 new tests
  • 281 new cases
  • 22 more hospitalizations
  • 3 more deaths

This is two days in a row with only three deaths. This seems like good news to me. Let’s see what tomorrow brings.

Again, here are some links if you need help.