The state’s COVID-19 admissions fall to the lowest point since July
The state’s COVID-19 admissions fall to the lowest point since July

The state’s COVID-19 admissions fall to the lowest point since July

RALEIGH, NC (WITN) – The number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 in North Carolina is at its lowest point since July.

State Department of Health and Human Services reports 832 people were in the hospital with COVID-19 on Monday. The last time cases were so low was on July 22, when the number was 817.

The number of daily cases of COVID-19 in our state hit 649 on Tuesday, up from 373 the day before. However, the number of cases tends to fall over the weekend, and the rolling average of the number of cases in seven days continues to fall.

The positive percentage for COVID-19 testing is 2.6% from Saturday, the most recent day with available data.

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