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  •   DCDHHS’ COVID-19 Update #18 | Friday July 3, 2020

    The number of positive COVID-19 tests in Dare County is 126. Of the 126 cases, 71 are residents and 55 are non-residents. 32 of the resident cases are considered active. 3 are currently hospitalized out of the area and 28 are in home isolation.

    7/3/2020 2:27:14 PM

  •   COVID-19 Video #54 | Thursday July 2, 2020

    The Dare County Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has released COVID-19 Video #54. Health & Human Services Director Dr. Sheila Davies provides information on COVID-19 in Dare County.

    7/2/2020 4:55:00 PM

  •   DCDHHS’ COVID-19 Update #17 | Thursday, July 2, 2020

    As we head into the holiday weekend I am very concerned about the potential for rampant spread of COVID-19 based on reckless and irresponsible behavior. The majority of our positive cases over the past 10 days have been the result of local spread. 27 cases are directly linked to spread...

    7/2/2020 3:45:00 PM

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Dare County is taking actions to prevent the spread of infection by practicing social distancing and offering services in alternative ways. As the situation progresses, office closures may occur but services will continue to be provided.

For any type of service, please call the department or office before you visit to reduce the need for in-person interactions. While there may be changes to some programs and services, County staff will continue to provide essential operations for our residents and businesses.

This page will continue to be updated as services or closures change and the COVID-19 situation evolves. 

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