As of Sunday NC health officials reported 32 coronavirus cases throughout the state.
Here is the breakdown of cases by counties:
- Wake County – 14 cases
- Durham County – 1 case
- Chatham County – 1 case
- Harnett County – 2 case
- Johnston County – 2 case
- Wayne County – 1 case
- Forsyth County – 2 cases
- Cabarrus County – 1 case
- Mecklenburg County (NC) – 4 cases
- Craven County – 1 case
- Onslow County – 1 case
- Brunswick County – 1 case
- Watauga County – 1 case
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Johnston County declared a State of Emergency in order to help emergency management personnel receive necessary equipment and supplies, officials said in a news release Monday.
Durham County Chair of the Board Wendy Jacobs declared a formal state of emergency in response to the coronavirus pandemic on Sunday.
All Wake County public libraries and facilities will be closing on Monday, March 16.
The facilities will be closed through Friday, March 27.
Fort Bragg Schools will be open for staff and students on Monday, March 16 with an early 11:30 a.m. dismissal, according to the Department of Defense Education Activity.
After students are dismissed, Fort Bragg schools will be closed until further notice. Moving forward, all school buildings at Fort Bragg will be closed.
The Wake County Public Health Division announced that there are a total of 14 cases in Wake County.
A Target spokesperson has confirmed that a Brier Creek Parkway employee in Raleigh has tested positive for a case of the coronavirus.
Durham County announced Durham County Libraries will be closed until further notice. No fines since March 6 will be accrued.
Cary Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources facilities will be closed until further notice as Wake County sees its 14th coronavirus case. Classes, events, camps and facility rentals are canceled.