Corona Virus Response
Counts are updated daily Monday - Friday by 5 pm and may vary from NC DHHS data. Last updated on 5/27/2020 at 4:14 pm.
|Positive Cases||Completed Tests *||Recovered**||Deaths|
*Completed tests reflects the number of known tests reported to the Agency.
**Recovered reflects the number of people who have been removed from isolation and can return to normal activity.
|Age Distribution||Percent of Cases||Gender Distribution||Percent of Cases|
Any persons under investigation will be asked to self-monitor from home until the test results have been received. If someone does test positive, an isolation order may be appropriate and contact tracing will take place.
Learn about What To Do If You Feel Sick.
In light of new data about how COVID-19 spreads, along with evidence of widespread COVID-19 illness in communities across the country, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that people wear a cloth face covering to cover their nose and mouth in the community setting. This is to protect people around you if you are infected but do not have symptoms. Wearing a cloth face covering is recommended for use when people are in public settings, such as the grocery store or pharmacies. These face coverings are not a substitute for social distancing and proper hand washing.
Recommendations to prevent spread include: properly and adequately washing hands, staying home if you are sick for feel unwell, covering your mouth and nose when coughing and sneezing, coughing or sneezing into your elbow if possible. If you use a tissue, make sure you are washing your hands or using hand sanitizer after each use. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth. Items that are frequently touched, or appeared to be soiled, should be cleaned and disinfected. Social distancing is also a good tool to use when preventing the spread of disease. If you are able, avoid larger groups, events, or outings. Do not visit places or people who are medically fragile such as long term care facilities or nursing homes. Click here to learn about signs and symptoms of Coronavirus.
Resources and Guidance
If you would like more information, the Human Services Agency recommends getting this from reputable sources such as the NC Department of Health and Human Services (NC DHHS) or the Center for Disease Control (CDC). To get more information from these sources, please visit the following websites:
- For the most up to date case count for NC, click here.
- Guidance for Universities, Colleges and Schools can be found at the CDC’s website or NC DHHS page.
- Guidance for Child Care Facilities can be found at CDC’s webpage or the NC DHHS page.
- Guidance for Long-term Care Facilities can be found at the CDC’s website or NC DHHS page.
- Guidance for Businesses and Employers may be found at the CDC’s website or NC DHHS page.
- Guidance for Food Establishments
- Additional information for Community Events and Groups.
Recommendations for Cleaning
The CDC recommends using products that have been registered with the EPA with novel virus claims. These products must be used according to manufacturer’s instructions. A full list of products that have been registered with the EPA with novel virus claims can be found here. For additional cleaning information view the Guidance for Environmental Cleaning.
If anyone would like additional information or have questions, please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 336-849-7999.
Press Releases Related to COVID-19.
- Yadkin County provides additional updates on COVID-19, May 4, 2020.
- April 13, 2020 Yadkin County Press Release.
- Yadkin County announces additional efforts to slow COVID-19, 4/7/2020
- Yadkin County announces first confirmed COVID-19, 3/28/2020.
For the latest NC Updates and Executive Orders, please visit NC DHHS website.
On April 24, 2020, Governor Roy Cooper, together with Superintendent Johnson and Chairman Davis, made the decision to continue remote learning for the rest of the 2019-2020 school year for K-12 public schools.
On April 23, 2020, Governor Roy Cooper issued Executive Order No. 135 extending North Carolina’s Stay At Home order through May 8. The orders extending closure of restaurants for dine-in service and bars and closure of other close-contact businesses are also extended through May 8.
On, March 27, 2020, Governor Roy Cooper signed executive order 121, ordering North Carolinians to remain in their homes except for performing essential work and essential activities such as taking care of others, obtaining necessary supplies, and for health and safety purposes. This will take effect at 5 pm, on Monday, March 30, 2020.