By Outer Banks Voice on August 8, 2020
All seven of the newest cases involve non-residents of the county and all of them have been transferred out of Dare County to isolate. Two of them are between the ages of 25-49 and five are between the ages of 50-64.
Of the 207 total cases involving Dare County residents, 19 are currently characterized as active with 1 person hospitalized and 18 isolating at home. Out of the 169 total cases involving non-residents of Dare County, 67 appear as active with 2 people hospitalized, 1 isolating in Dare County and 64 listed as transferred into isolation in another county.