FROM STAFF REPORTS
The Iredell County Health Department has reported two more deaths attributed to COVID-19.
Local health officials do not release personal information about COVID-19 patients, including those who pass away.
According to the N.C. Department of Health & Human Services, 12 people have died in Iredell County as a result of complications associated with COVID-19 since January 1. A total of 552 deaths have been attributed to COVID-19 in Iredell since the onset of the pandemic in March of 2020.
Nine individuals who have tested postive were receiving inpatient care at Iredell hospitals this week.
The number of new laboratory confirmed cases in the county has now declined in four consecutive weeks. Seventy-seven new cases were reported this week, bringing the cumulative total to 61,975.
6 thoughts on “Iredell County Health Department reports two more deaths attributed to COVID-19”
Complete rubbish! Release ALL DETAILS including the testing method for determining cause of death or it’ll be taken for what it is – another guvmunt fabricated LIE!
That is an intolerably ignorant comment. And sadly why many people keep dying in this town.
COVID is real. I almost died in the hopital from COVID.
COVID is REAL.
Hmmmm, no I think the sad truth is we don’t know the whole truth on any side and never will so all we can do is respectfully be kind to each and allow each other their thoughts and actions as long as those actions respect the space of others and are spoken rationally and without ill-content just to get a rise out of “someone”. When you are 100% sure you have ALL the facts and answers and can back those up, then please do fill us all in. Until then, think before you speak.