Dare County reports 69 new COVID-19 cases over the weekend

Dare County Health and Human Services reported 69 new COVID-19 cases from Sept. 17-19, with 21 of those among the vaccinated.

Since testing began in March 2020, Dare County has seen 5,432 cases and 18 deaths. There are currently 14 county residents and two non-residents hospitalized with the virus.

Dare County health officials release full details about the latest COVID cases on Tuesdays.

The new cases include:

  • resident, 50-64, female, home isolation
  • resident, 25-49, female, home isolation
  • resident, 50-64, female, home isolation
  • resident, 65 over, male, home isolation
  • resident, 25-49, male, home isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, female, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 65 over, male, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 65 over, female, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 17 under, male, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, male, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 50-64, female, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 50-64, female, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 65 over, female, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, female, transferred isolation
  • resident, 18-24, female, home isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, female, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, female, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 65 over, female, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, female, transferred isolation
  • resident, 25-49, male, home isolation
  • resident, 25-49, male, home isolation
  • resident, 25-49, male, home isolation
  • resident, 25-49, female, home isolation
  • resident, 50-64, male, home isolation
  • non-resident, 65 over, male, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, male, hospitalized
  • non-resident, 25-49, male, transferred isolation
  • resident, 17 under, female, home isolation
  • resident, 65 over, female, home isolation
  • resident, 17 under, female, home isolation
  • resident, 25-49, female, home isolation
  • resident, 25-49, female, home isolation
  • non-resident, 18-24, male, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, female, transferred isolation
  • resident, 50-64, male, home isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, female, transferred isolation
  • resident, 17 under, female, home isolation
  • resident, 17 under, female, home isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, female, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, female, transferred isolation
  • resident, 50-64, female, home isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, female, transferred isolation
  • resident, 65 over, female, hospitalized
  • resident, 25-49, male, home isolation
  • resident, 50-64, female, home isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, female, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, male, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 50-64, female, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 50-64, female, transferred isolation
  • resident, 25-49, female, home isolation
  • resident, 25-49, female, home isolation
  • non-resident, 50-64, female, transferred isolation
  • resident, 17 under, female, home isolation
  • resident, 25-49, female, home isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, male, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 65 over, female, transferred isolation
  • resident, 25-49, male, home isolation
  • resident, 50-64, male, home isolation
  • resident, 65 over, male, home isolation
  • resident, 25-49, male, home isolation
  • non-resident, 17 under, male, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, female, transferred isolation
  • resident, 17 under, male, home isolation
  • resident, 50-64, female, home isolation
  • resident, 25-49, female, home isolation
  • resident, 25-49, female, home isolation
  • non-resident, 65 over, female, transferred isolation
  • non-resident, 25-49, female, transferred isolation
  • resident, 17 under, female, home isolation

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