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Mecklenburg County, NC
Mecklenburg County COVID-19 Data for June 30
Data for June 30
– As of this morning, there were 11,019 cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) with 152 deaths due to COVID-19 reported among Mecklenburg County residents. Data from Wednesday, June 30th are presented below.
As of June 30, 2020, 10,367 cases of and 151 deaths due to COVID-19 among county residents were reported to Mecklenburg County Public Health (MCPH).
MCPH provides these routine updates about reported cases of COVID-19 to help our community better understand how this pandemic is developing in our county. These results only reflect laboratory confirmed cases of COVID-19 among county residents. Many individuals infected by COVID-19 have not been tested because they are asymptomatic. As such, these results are very fluid and only represent a fraction of the true burden of COVID-19 in our community.
Daily case counts provided by MCPH may differ from state and federal counts due to delays in reporting to the various entities. MCPH updates case counts after an initial case review and, where possible, a patient interview is conducted, which includes confirming county residency. Cases reported after 5 p.m. are counted in the following day's case count.
Highlights about the epidemiology of COVID-19 in Mecklenburg County as of June 30, 2020 include:
About 3 in 4 reported cases were adults ages 20 to 59 years old.
More than a third of reported cases are Hispanic – most of whom are younger adults. The high number of reported cases among young Hispanics over the last several weeks remains a significant concern. As previously noted, some factors influencing this trend include:
Targeted testing occurring in neighborhoods with lower access to care, some of which have larger Hispanic populations;
Higher proportions of Hispanics working in essential jobs that make social distancing difficult;
Significant household spread among large families; and
Pre-existing disparities in other social and economic determinants of health, like poverty.
MCPH continues to expand outreach to Hispanic members of our community, including increased dissemination of the
in Spanish for community partners, setting up targeted outreach to Hispanic owned- and serving-businesses, and partnering with local organizations and media outlets to spread key prevention messages.
About 1 in 15 reported cases were hospitalized due to their COVID-19 infection. While everyone is at risk for severe COVID-19 complications, reported cases who were older adults (≥ 60 years) were more likely to be hospitalized compared to younger individuals.
More than half of cases have met CDC criteria to be released from isolation.
During the past week, an average of 144 individuals with laboratory confirmed COVID-19 infections were hospitalized at acute care facilities in Mecklenburg County. This represents an increase over the last 14-days. These data are based on daily census counts from acute care facilities in Mecklenburg County reporting to MCPH.
During the past week, an average of 11.2 percent of individuals who were tested were positive for COVID-19. During the last 14 days there was a slight decline followed by a slight increase in percent positive. Overall, this represents a stable trend over the last 14-days. These data only include tests conducted by Atrium Health, Novant Health, and CVS Health. Reporting of negative results to MCPH is not required or covered by communicable disease reporting laws. MCPH will include results from other providers and laboratories as accurate, consistent and timely reporting mechanisms are established
One hundred-fifty-one deaths due to COVID-19 occurred among reported cases.
Almost all deaths were among older adults (≥ 60 years), while 18 deaths were adults ages 40 to 59.
All deaths, except two, occurred among adults with underlying chronic illnesses.
More than half were non-Hispanic Whites. The disparity in COVID-19 deaths among non-Hispanic Whites is related to differences in race/ethnicity of residents of long-term care (LTC) facilities actively experiencing an outbreak.
Nearly 2 out of 3 deaths were connected to active outbreaks at long-term care (LTC) facilities.
Based on publicly available mobility tracking data, social distancing slightly increased then slightly decreased in Mecklenburg County over the last 14-days. Overall, this represents a fairly stable trend over the last 14-days.
More data on COVID-19 cases reported in Mecklenburg County as of June 30, 2020:
Total COVID-19 Cases Reported to MCPH by Date (as of June 30, 2020)
Daily COVID-19 Cases Reported to MCPH by Date (as of June 30, 2020)
Daily Percent Positive of Laboratory COVID-19 Tests
Select Characteristics of COVID-19 Cases Reported to MCPH (as of June 30, 2020)
(as of June 30, 2020)
Distribution of COVID-19 Cases Reported to MCPH by Race/Ethnicity and Age (as of June 30, 2020)
Total COVID-19 Cases Reported to MCPH Released from Isolation (as of June 30, 2020)
Daily Hospital Census of Patients with Laboratory Confirmed COVID-19
Daily Social Distancing Index
Congregate Living Settings with Active COVID-19 Outbreak (as of June 30, 2020)
10219 Verhoeff Dr., Huntersville 28078
3223 Central Ave., Charlotte, NC 28205
Wilora Lake Health Care Center
6001 Wilora Lake Rd., Charlotte, NC 28212
4910 Harris Woods Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28269
2700 Royal Cmns. Ln, Matthews, 28105
8919 Park Rd, Charlotte, NC 28210
5100 Sharon Rd, Charlotte, NC 28210
Brookdale Carriage Club
5800 Olde Providence Rd, Charlotte, NC 28226
5939 Olde Providence Rd., Charlotte, NC 28212
4009 Craig Ave., Charlotte, NC 28211
Clear Creek Nursing and Rehab
10506 Clear Crk Commerce Dr, Mint Hill, NC 28227
4801 Randolph Road, Charlotte, NC 28211
Laurels at Highland Creek
6101 Clarke Creek Pkwy, Charlotte, NC 28269
LifeSpan Oak Street Grp Home
1801 Oak Street, Charlotte, NC 28269
Brookdale Charlotte East
6053 Wilora Lake Rd, Charlotte, NC 28212
Starnes Group Home
2823 Starnes Rd. 28214
Mecklenburg County Detention Center
801 East 4th Street, Charlotte, NC 28202
3800 Shamrock Drive, Charlotte, NC 28215
Brookdale South Park
5326 Park Rd, Charlotte, NC 28209
Hunter Woods Nursing Home and Rehab
620 Tom Hunter Road, Charlotte, NC 28213
Olde Knox Commons
13825 Hunton Lane, Huntersville, NC 28078
Enoch Group Home
419 Enoch Drive, Charlotte, NC 28269
Leaves Group Home
7106 Leaves Lane, Charlotte, NC 28213
Smart Kids Childcare Center #3
6215 E W.T. Harris Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28262
Distribution of COVID-19 Cases Reported to MCPH by Zip Code of Patient’s Residence (as of June 30, 2020)
COVID-19 Cases (per 100,000 residents) Reported to MCPH by Zip Code of Patient’s Residence (as of June 30, 2020)
It is important to make sure the information you are getting about COVID-19 is coming directly from reliable sources like MCPH, CDC and NCDHHS. The best resource for information about COVID-19 in Mecklenburg County is the
County’s COVID-19 website
. Individuals can also call the County’s COVID-19 hotline at 980-314-9400. For more information, please visit the
, which will also include future positive COVID-19 test results in North Carolina.
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