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As of today, the Halifax County Health Department reports 5,247 COVID-19 patients have recovered.

That represents 95.45 percent of patients.

There are 141 current patients — 2.57 percent. There have been 109 related deaths.

In its daily report the health department added 11 new positive cases, bringing the cumulative total since March of last year to 5,497.

Total number of positives by ZIP code beginning March 25, 2020 through today 

Enfield (27823) – 771 cases

Halifax (27839) – 263 cases 

Hobgood (27843) – 123 cases 

Hollister (27844) – 277 cases

Littleton (27850) – 461 cases 

Roanoke Rapids (27870) – 2,918 cases 

Scotland Neck (27874) – 436 cases

Weldon (27890) – 243 cases

Cases by Date of Earliest Illness Identification and Race/Ethnicity 

After a peak the week of January 9, the numbers for the past week remained the same.

Percent Positive of COVID 19 Cases

The percentage of positive cases has decreased over the past week, with a two-week average of 7.3 percent.

Cases by Date of Earliest Illness Identification and Age  

Ages 25-49 represent the largest age groups who have tested positive this past week.

Cases by Date of Earliest Illness Identification and Congregate Living Setting Association

After a peak the week of January 30, the numbers for the past week remained the same.

Halifax County Vaccination Status 

16,501 people at least partially vaccinated — 33 percent of the population 

14,189 people fully vaccinated — 28.4 percent of the population 

Vaccination clinics

The health department will offer first dose Pfizer vaccines to anyone ages 16 years and older by online registration on Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the 700 building on the campus of Halifax Community College.  Use the Country Club Road entrance to the college campus. Persons under 18 will require parental consent to receive the vaccine. 

Appointments are preferred, however, walk-ups are accepted.

To schedule a first dose appointment for the Pfizer vaccine visit this link 

The department will also begin offering vaccines every Thursday from 9.m. to 4 p.m. beginning May 6. Location will be at the health department at 19 North Dobbs Street in Halifax.

To schedule an appointment call 252-583-5021.