NC COVID-19 Snapshot
The NC Chamber believes the best way to support vaccines, testing, and other COVID-mitigation strategies across our state’s workplaces is by arming job creators with the latest information that is science-based and data-driven. To date, more than 5 million North Carolinians and hundreds of millions across America have been fully vaccinated with minimal side effects. The numbers below provide a daily snapshot showing where North Carolina stands with several key pandemic indicators. Below these indicators are additional resources you can utilize to get the most accurate, up-to-date picture of COVID-19 in our state and continue making informed decisions to protect your business, your employees and customers, and our statewide community.
- 2,493 newly reported cases
- 4/5% daily positive cases
- 1,364 currently hospitalized
- 17,977 total deaths
- 71% of adult population vaccinated with at least one dose
- 67% of adult population fully vaccinated
Updated Monday – Friday
Last updated Oct. 28, 2021
- N.C. DHHS: COVID-19 North Carolina Dashboard. County transmission data can be found here.
- CDC: COVID Data Tracker
*For state or county-specific information you can visit the CDC’s COVID-19 Integrated County View site
- U.S. Department of HHS: COVID-19 State Profile Report – North Carolina
- Covidestim Project: Harnessing statistical models and data developed and sourced from within a number of America’s premier research institutions, the covidestim project offers near real-time projections of viral transmission rates across the nation’s communities.
Disclaimer: The NC Chamber seeks to provide access to general information that may be relevant to individuals and entities responding or reacting to the COVID-19 outbreak. Prior to acting on the basis of information presented here, members and non-members should consult their own professional advisors for information and counsel specific to the individual and unique situations faced by organizations, individuals and corporations. The opinions, interpretations and recommendations of the NC Chamber are informational only and should not be relied upon by the recipient as legal or professional advice. The NC Chamber has not undertaken to ascertain the accuracy or reliability of the content of information provided or linked here. Users of this information accept any and all risks associated with its use and, by accessing the information, agree that the NC Chamber has no special relationship or liability to user.