Cary, NC — It’s been a couple of months since we provided an update on COVID-19 in Cary and beyond. So, here’s a look at the local, state and national numbers of the moment as well as some more information on the Delta variant of the virus.
Cary, NC — The latest news related to COVID-19 precautions in the U.S. is the guideline announcement today from the CDC which asserts that fully vaccinated people can, in most settings, stop social distancing and wearing masks.
Cary, NC — It’s that time again that we take our monthly look at the COVID-19 numbers in the area as well as the progress of the vaccine rollout across the county, state and country.
Cary, NC — In the last month, Cary has not had a week with more than 260 new cases of COVID-19.
This is an improvement compared to the weeks of January 14, 21 and February 4, where more than 500 new cases were reported.
Cary, NC — Newly reported cases have started trending downward in Wake County for the first time in months.
Cary, NC — In the first week of 2021, Cary surpassed 4,000 cumulative COVID-19 cases.
Cary, NC — This month’s snapshot looking at the coronavirus in Cary, Wake County and beyond is grim to say the least, so we’ll make it quick.
Cary, NC – New COVID-19 infections in Wake County fell by about 26% last week, down from 1110 to 826. Read more
Cary, NC – Six months ago, on March 3, the first COVID-19 case was reported in Wake County and North Carolina. Today, we’ll take a look back on where we have been and where we might be going. Read more