COVID-19 Cases in Orange County
Total Cases: 348
Total Deaths: 40
Cases by Gender
Cases by Ethnicity
- Data is based on the North Carolina Electronic Disease Surveillance System, which is a day behind the NC DHHS case count but has more comprehensive demographic data.
- Testing capability is limited, so the actual number of confirmed cases may be higher.
- Any demographic groups with very small numbers have been suppressed to protect patient confidentiality.
- We are missing race and ethnicity data for between 30-40% of confirmed cases.
- We don’t know who may have COVID-19 that wasn’t able to get tested, and we don’t know what groups the patients with missing data fall under. This data should not be used to make generalizations about who may or may not have higher rates of infection.
The NC Department of Health Human Services updates their COVID-19 Dashboard daily at 11 a.m.
Please direct any media inquiries or public information requets related to Orange County’s COVID-19 response to Todd McGee, Orange County Community Relations/EOC Public Affairs, at (984) 220-5412.
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Orange County Health Department does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, national origin, race, or sex.
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Orange County Government cares about diversity, equity and inclusion. As a community, we need to be mindful of xenophobia (dislike of or prejudice against people from other countries).
As this novel coronavirus spreads, so does xenophobia. We want to avoid any speech or action that would make minorities in our community feel exposed and vulnerable. Pathogens and viruses do not discriminate, however humans do.
The Orange County Health Department will not contribute to racial profiling and marginalization, portraying the carrier of this illness as “foreign and alien.” We will stick to the science and treat all community members with respect.
For the latest on COVID-19 and its impacts in Orange County, follow the Health Department on social media at the links below.
- Newsletter: Sign up for the COVID-19 newsletter from the Orange County Health Department.
- Text updates: To receive daily text updates, text ocnchealth to 888-777.
- Actualizaciones de texto: para recibir actualizacions diarias en Espanol mande mensaje ’OCNCSALUD’ a 888777
- Hotline: Questions about COVID-19? Call (919) 245-6111 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday. Spanish language and other languages available.
- Email: Email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For general questions about Coronavirus, contact NCDHHS at:
If you are an individual or a medical practice with questions, call the Orange County Health Department at 919-245-6111 during business hours (8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.). After hours, call 911 and ask for the Communicable Disease Staff member on-call.
Contact Kristin Prelipp, the Orange County Health Department’s Public Information Officer at email@example.com or 919-245-2462