Dare reports new COVID-19 case

By on April 30, 2020

(Dare County)

On April 30, Dare County reported its 16th COVID-19 case — and its first new case in almost three weeks. The information, delivered via video by Dare County Health and Human Services Director Sheila Davies, said the individual who was infected is recovering in home isolation. She also said the infection appeared to be the result of “direct contact involving work outside the area and is not indicative of community spread.”


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  • CJ

    I just find it hysterical that the beaches are thinking of reopening when even the outer banks voice is reporting new cases. Bunch of brain dead community leaders and politicians. But that’s ok they don’t live among us having to worry about if one their loved ones comes down with covid 19. Because in their mind they live in a special bunker. Smh

    Thursday, Apr 30 @ 3:24 pm
  • Mr. Black

    So a Dare County resident (#local as it gets), who left Dare County to work, contracted COVID-19, and brought it back to the (#local as it gets)?

    Why is the Dare County Control Group letting people leave the county?

    Friday, May 1 @ 7:49 am
  • JR

    Surprise Surprise, watch the numbers rise as the beach opens.

    Friday, May 1 @ 8:41 am