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​COVID-19 Level at High in Mecklenburg County

1/6/2023
The CDC’s COVID-19 Community Level in Mecklenburg County has shifted to the HIGH level. This designation is a result of rising COVID-19 hospital admissions, the number of hospital patients with COVID-19 and new COVID-19 cases. This is a change from the Medium level of recent weeks. 

“I want to caution our residents to be on alert and stay prepared. As the winter season moves forward and we are all spending more time indoors, consider wearing a mask in public indoor spaces and stay home if you are not feeling well. If you are at risk of getting very sick due to COVID-19, please take added caution during this period of high community transition,” said Dr. Raynard Washington, Mecklenburg County Public Health director.  

Here are the CDC’s recommended safety precautions:  


For more information, please go to Mecklenburg County Public Health’s COVID-19 homepage at mecknc.gov/covid-19/Pages/Home.aspx