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There have been a total of 373 tests in Lincoln County; currently 5 positive/active cases and 8 persons under investigation with 7 recoveries and 353 negative tests.
Lincolnton, NC –
The following counts are based on data reported to the Lincoln County Health Department as of 4/8/2020:
The next scheduled Lincoln County COVID-19 data update will be released on Friday, April 10, 2020.
NCDHHS updates are continuously updated and track the current case counts by county, age, gender, race, etc.
The City of Lincolnton reminds residents that the Governor’s statewide Stay-at-Home order remains in effect. For questions about the order, see these FAQ’s.
Lincoln County residents are urged to stay home, exercise judgment and take the following precautions as appropriate:
Most people who get COVID-19 will recover without needing medical care. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that you stay home if you have mild symptoms – such as fever and cough without shortness of breath or difficulty breathing. You can call your doctor to see if you need medical care.
When you leave your home to get tested, you could expose yourself to COVID-19 if you do not already have it. If you do have COVID-19, you can give it to someone else, including people who are high risk.
Reference: NCDHHS Patient Guidance
Continue to monitor information provided by the CDC, NCDHHS, LincolntonNC.org/Covid, LincolnCounty.org, and LincolnCounty.org/health in addition to an official State or County communications.
For questions or concerns regarding your risk for COVID-19, use the following numbers:
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