By Outer Banks Voice on July 4, 2020
Dare County has reported 7 new cases of COVID-19 on July 4, bringing the total number of reported cases since the beginning of the outbreak to 133. Four of the individuals are non-residents and 3 are residents. All seven individuals are currently isolating in Dare County.
As has been the case in recent days, young people represent the majority of new cases and 5 of the individuals reported positive today are under 25 years of age. In fact, 50 of the 133 cases to date have involved people between the ages of 18-24, with the next highest number of cases (34) affecting those between 25-49.
In some brighter news, 1 Dare County resident who had been hospitalized with a case of COVID-19 has been released and is now isolating at home.