Dare Reports 4 New COVID-19 Cases on June 29th
The Dare County Department of Health and Human Services has received four new positive COVID-19 test results today, bringing the total number now to 97, as of Monday (6/29/20) evening.
The most recent cases include a male resident of Dare in the 65 or over age group who is currently hospitalized, two male residents in the 18-24 age range currently recovering in home isolation, and a female non-resident in the 25-49 age range who is recovering in her home county.
Dare County Health Director Sheila Davies released a statement regarding the most recent cases, which you can read in full here.
A third local community testing clinic event, to include diagnostic and antibody testing has been announced for Tuesday, June 30 at the Dare County Parks and Recreation facility in Kill Devil Hills.
Cloth face masks or coverings are mandatory to be worn in any public spaces where social distancing can’t be maintained in Dare County and throughout North Carolina. Read more here.
Local and state health officials continue to strongly encourage everyone to follow the 3 Ws – wear a cloth face covering if you will be with other people, wait at least six feet apart and avoid close contact with other people, and wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer.