Craven County has 4,776 confirmed COVID-19 cases as of 12:30 p.m. on December 28, 2020. Of the newest cases, 90 were confirmed on December 23, 2020, 39 on December 24, 2020, 19 on December 25, 2020, seven on December 26, 2020, 15 on December 27, 2020, and nine today. Out of the 4,776 confirmed positive cases, 3,875 of those individuals have recovered or are presumed recovered based on guidelines set by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. Of the 4,776 cases, 37 have been related to out of state travel, 895 are from community transmission, 2,479 are a direct contact with a previously confirmed positive case, 770 are still being investigated, and 595 are unknown. There have been 82 deaths related to COVID-19. Twenty-seven of the active COVID-19 cases are currently hospitalized.
Craven County citizens are encouraged to use reputable sources of information to learn more about COVID-19 cases in Craven County and North Carolina. Reputable sources of information include the Craven County Health Department and NC Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) websites.
Total Confirmed Cases Craven County
*of active cases
The Craven County Health Department works with state, commercial, and private labs to track the number of confirmed positive COVID-19 cases in Craven County. Health care providers determine which lab they send their COVID-19 tests to.
Craven County will continue to track and post the number of laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases; however, it is important to recognize there are many people with COVID-19 who will not be included in daily counts of laboratory-confirmed cases, including:
- People who had minimal or no symptoms and were not tested.
- People who had symptoms but did not seek medical care.
- People who sought medical care but were not tested.
- People with COVID-19 in whom the virus was not detected by testing.
The number of laboratory-confirmed cases will increasingly provide a limited picture of the spread of infections in Craven County as COVID-19 becomes more widespread and the number of infected people who are not included in the daily counts of laboratory-confirmed cases increases.