Tracking coronavirus data: Carolinas outbreak map

Use the maps below to see where all of the cases of the coronavirus in North and South Carolina have been reported so far.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — At WCNC Charlotte, we are focusing our coronavirus coverage on facts, not fear. We aim to give our viewers the information they need from officials to best protect themselves during the COVID-19 pandemic.  

Key Facts:

  • Cases in North Carolina: 886,218 lab-confirmed cases with 11,709 deaths. DHHS reported 1,337 new cases on Monday. The percentage of positive test results is averaging 5.2% over the last two weeks. NCDHHS is reporting a steady decrease in hospitalizations with 976 people hospitalized statewide due to COVID-19. 
  • Cases in South Carolina: 455,088 total cases of COVID-19 with 7,850 deaths. The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 310 new cases of coronavirus on Monday. DHEC is reporting 0 new confirmed deaths. The percentage of positive tests is 3.4%. SCDHEC is reporting that 590 people are hospitalized statewide due to COVID-19.
  • Cases in Mecklenburg County: 98,583 Mecklenburg County residents have tested positive for the coronavirus and 899 related deaths have been reported since the pandemic began. On Sunday, 158 additional COVID-19 cases were reported with three additional deaths. 4.6% of individuals tested were positive for COVID-19 over the past week.

North Carolina cases of COVID-19

South Carolina cases of COVID-19

To view a list of cases reported so far in South Carolina, The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control released the following chart.

WCNC Charlotte’s coverage of the coronavirus is rooted in Facts, not Fear. Visit wcnc.com/coronavirus for comprehensive coverage, find out what you need to know about the Carolinas specifically, learn more about the symptoms, and keep tabs on the cases around the world here. Have a question? Text it to us at 704-329-3600. And get the latest coronavirus updates sent right to your inbox every morning by subscribing to the Wake Up Charlotte newsletter here.

The state of North Carolina has set up a hotline for general questions about coronavirus at 866-462-3821 or read the frequently asked questions.  In South Carolina, for general questions about the coronavirus, call the DHEC Care Line 1-855-472-3432. Staff are answering calls 8 a.m.-6 p.m. every day.102,861 lab-confirmed cases with 1,668 deaths.