Raleigh, North Carolina -When the state’s cases surge, Governor Roy Cooper (Roy Cooper) will provide a coronavirus update at 3 pm on Wednesday.
In North Carolina, the number of daily cases is still worrying, with the total number of confirmed cases in the region exceeding 263,000.
Last Friday, the rolling average reached the highest level in North Carolina, at 2,081
On Monday and Tuesday, more than 2,100 cases were added. According to reports, there were 41 new deaths in the state on Tuesday, and more than 4,200 people have died across North Carolina.
On average, there are 31 new deaths every day.
For the third consecutive week, more than 1,000 people were hospitalized.
In North Carolina, 7.3% of coronaviruses tested positive.
Wake County offers free COVID-19 testing
COVID-19 testing is free in Wake County and the entire state.
Even if someone is not unwell, they may still be infected with the coronavirus. Research shows that about half of all transmission events can be traced back to individuals who are still in the so-called “presymptomatic” stage before they begin to feel unwell. Health officials say that some people will never show symptoms of the virus.
FAQ: How to get a free COVID-19 test in Wake County
According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, if someone is in close contact with another person who tested positive for the coronavirus, they should be isolated for 14 days and tested. People who have gathered in crowds or gatherings should also be checked.