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Nash COVID-19 death toll nears 200

Posted on July 22, 2021

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Drew C. Wilson | Restoration NewsMedia

NASHVILLE — Nash County is closing in on 200 total coronavirus deaths.

A total of 196 people in the county have died of COVID-19 as of Monday, according to public health statistics provided by Jerome Garner, public health education specialist and public information officer for the Nash County Health Department. 

The county has seen a total of 11,532 cases with 22 new cases reported from July 13-19. Eight people were hospitalized at Nash UNC Health Care with COVID-19 as of Tuesday.

As of Monday, 40,237 residents, or 43% of the county’s population, had been fully vaccinated.

Additional public health data is available on the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services’ online dashboard at https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/dashboard.

For COVID-19 vaccination information, visit https://nashcountync.gov/731/COVID-19-Information.

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