North Carolina hospitals brace for growing impact from COVID-19 cases
An analysis of the latest data from the US Department of Health and Human Services shows more COVID-19 patients occupied beds in Triangle hospitals last week than they did a month ago.
Coronavirus: Tracking North Carolina COVID-19 cases
As COVID-19 continues to spread through North Carolina, we're breaking down the data behind the impact of the virus on the Tar Heel state.
As COVID-19 surges, disproportionalities in infections shrink
Though Black and Latino North Carolinians were disproportionately affected by COVID-19 in the spring and summer, those disparities have begun to shrink.
52 children in NC get inflammatory syndrome after COVID-19 infection
Even though children aren't at a high risk for mortality from COVID-19, a lingering effect of the virus is affecting dozens of North Carolina's kids.
ICU beds still available in North Carolina hospitals but COVID-19 hospitalizations not slowing down
As Christmas approaches, North Carolina hospitals aren't seeing much holiday reprieve.
North Carolinians who traveled during Thanksgiving contributed to rising COVID-19 cases
On average, 135 more US residents traveled outside their homes each day in the week of Thanksgiving than the week before.
'Our beds are very full': Duke ICU running out of beds as COVID-19 numbers rise
"We want to take care of people's needs because we understand that those medical problems are not going away, in fact, they get worse if they get delayed."
Allergic reactions to COVID-19 vaccine likely to be extremely rare, UNC doctor says
"We do know that there are allergic reactions that happen to pretty much every vaccine that is out there, but thankfully these are very, very, very rare events."
Communities of color skeptical about COVID-19 vaccine, citing complex history
"We need to remember. But remember without being paralyzed. Remember for the purpose of holding the medical community accountable."
How rising COVID-19 numbers are impacting central North Carolina hospital capacity, emergency rooms
"We're seeing numbers going up each and every day, and as a state we need to begin taking the steps necessary to try to get our arms back around this pandemic."