Beaufort County Emergency Management: COVID-19 Update (11-9-20) | Eastern North Carolina Now

The following information is as of 4:30pm

Press Release:

11/8/2020 Beaufort County, NC
Updates from our previous posting have been highlighted.

The following information is as of 4:30pm.

    Case Statistics
Confirmed Cases
Active Cases
Worldwide7.6 Billion50,262,472
USA330 Million9,944,786
NC10.4 Million293,339
Beaufort Co.47,0001,489
*Text in red or green indicates changes since our last update.*

  • NC has had a total 293,339 confirmed cases, with 4,607 deaths. Our state currently has 56,753 active cases and 1,147 hospitalizations.
    • Beaufort County has had a total of 1,489 cases, with 116 currently active, 4 of which are hospitalized.
  • All active cases are self-isolating.
  • Eastern NC counties with total confirmed cases include: Bertie, (753), Beaufort (1,489), Bladen (1,141), Brunswick (2,371), Carteret (1,355), Camden (145), Chowan (548), Columbus (1,907), Craven (2,540), Currituck (249), Dare (441), Duplin (2,956), Edgecombe (2,164), Gates (172), Greene (1,025), Halifax (1,590), Hertford (888), Hyde (178), Jones (211), Lenoir (1,651), Martin (700), New Hanover (5,738), Northampton (628), Onslow (3,878), Pamlico (336), Pasquotank (930), Pender (1,538), Perquimans (271), Pitt (6,660) Sampson (3,056), Tyrrell (134), Washington (277), Wayne (5,006) and Wilson (3,383). Mecklenburg (36,311), Wake (23,101), Guilford (12,949), Forsyth (9,975) and Durham (9,740) counties have the most cases.

    Beaufort County Statistics
    Please use the following link for the latest statistics pertaining to Beaufort County cases:

    Beaufort County NC COVID Surveillance

    ** This link can also be found on the Beaufort County Health Departmentís Webpage. **

    Re-Opening Timeline / Guidelines
    Phase 3 (Will continue through Nov. 13th)

    Governor Cooper has announced that North Carolina will transition to Phase 3 beginning at 5pm Friday, 10/2. This change will allow for the following.

  • Large outdoor venues with over a 10,000-person capacity can open at 7% occupancy.
  • Smaller outdoor venues can open at 30% capacity or 100 people, whichever is less.
  • Outdoor amusement parks can open at 30% capacity.
  • Movie theaters & conference centers (indoors) can open at 30% occupancy or 100 people, whichever is less.
  • Bars can utilize outdoor areas at 30% occupancy or 100 people, whichever is less.

    Please see the following Phase 3 guidance updates along with other resources:

    NEW Phase 3 Guidance

    PRESS RELEASES since the last update include:

  1. NCDHHS Announces New Partnership to Address Unmet Health Needs of Historically Marginalized Communities
  2. Governor Cooper Moves North Carolina to Phase 3 With Stable Numbers
  3. NC Medicaid Surpasses 1 Million Telehealth Visits Since Beginning of COVID-19 Pandemic
    1. NCDHHS Adds Antigen Test Information to COVID-19 Dashboard
    2. NCDHHS to Provide Extra Help Buying Food for More Than 600,000 Children

    NEW resources since the last update include:

  1. NEW resources have been added to the Non-Congregate Sheltering page
    1. NCDHHS Non-Congregate Sheltering Program Overview
    2. A Grower's Guide — Identifying Safe Housing for Farmworkers
  2. NEW 10 Actions for Faith Leaders web page
  3. UPDATED Flyers in SlowCOVIDNC communications toolkit

    UPDATED guidance since the last update include:

  1. UPDATED Youth Amateur Sports guidance
  2. NEW Guidance for Maternal Health and Pregnancy
  3. Secretarial Order 6 added; updates made to long-term care web page
  4. NEW Halloween Guidance

    UPDATED reports since the last update include:

  1. CLI Surveillance report
  2. Outbreaks and Clusters reports
  3. Risk Factors for Severe Illness report
  4. Patients Presumed to be Recovered report

    NEW EVENTS ADDED to the community testing events page

    UPDATED Contact Tracing numbers
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