In North Carolina, about 1,129 people are currently hospitalized with the coronavirus, as of 12:10 p.m. Saturday, according to the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services.
The state reported that 5,871 hospital beds are currently available and staffed. 13,780 are in use. 5,6,58 are either unreported or unstaffed.
There have been 1,969,766 coronavirus tests completed. NCDHHS reports that 8% of those tests have been positive.
The cumulative number of coronavirus cases in North Carolina is at least 134,766, and 2,160 people have died.
As of Monday, Aug. 3, there have been 105,093 people in North Carolina who have recovered (note: this number is updated every Monday afternoon).
Close to 50% of all the confirmed positive COVID-19 cases reported over the past five months in NC were reported in July.
1,954 additional cases were reported by the NCDHHS on Friday July 31, which brought the total statewide to 122,148.
From the beginning of March to the end of June, NC health officials reported 64,670 total COVID-19 cases. Throughout July, NC saw a rise of 57,478 cases.
Here is a county-by-county breakdown of cases in the Piedmont Triad:
Alamance County: 2,396 (41 deaths)
Alleghany County: 167
Caswell County: 193 (2 deaths)
Chatham County: 1,295 (52 deaths)
Davidson County: 1,758 (18 deaths)
Davie County: 414 (5 deaths)
Forsyth County: 5,213 (52 deaths)
Guilford County: 5,580 (156 deaths)
Montgomery County: 635 (13 deaths)
Randolph County: 2,170 (37 deaths)
Rockingham County: 543 (3 deaths)
Rowan County: 2,173 (48 deaths)
Stokes County: 287 (3 deaths)
Surry County: 928 (9 deaths)
Wilkes County: 792 (11 deaths)
Yadkin County: 532 (6 deaths)