COVID-19 Update

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  • COVID-19 update from Cherokee County Health Department.
    COVID-19 update from Cherokee County Health Department.
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Cherokee County has 45 active confirmed COVID-19 cases. Since March, the county has had 916 total cases, including 19 non-residents who tested positive while in the county.

Here's the latest updates from the Cherokee County Health Department:

  • Tuesday, Nov. 17 - The health department reported six new cases. One resident was a contact of a previously-reported case, and five others had no contact with anyone known to have the virus. All six were experiencing symptoms, and one was hospitalized. In addition, three people previously reported as testing positive were determined to have recovered.
  • Wednesday, Nov. 18 - The health department reported six new cases. Two residents were contacts of previously-reported cases in Cherokee County, and one was a contact of a case in Florida. Three other residents had no contact with anyone known to have the virus. All six were experiencing symptoms.
  • Thursday, Nov. 19 - The health department reported 10 new cases. Of the 10, six were contacts of previously-reported cases and four had no contact with anyone known to have the virus. Nine of the 10 were experiencing symptoms.
  • Friday, Nov. 20 - The health department reported five new cases. Two residents were contacts of previously-reported cases in Cherokee County, and one was a contact of a case in Florida. Two had no contact with anyone known to have the virus. All five were experiencing symptoms of the virus. In addition, 21 people previously reported as testing positive were determined to have recovered.
  • Saturday, Nov. 21 - The health department reported three new cases. One resident was a contact of a previously-reported case, and two had no contact with anyone known to have the virus. All three were experiencing symptoms.
  • Sunday, Nov. 22 - The health department reported five new cases. One resident was a contact of a previously-reported case, and four had no contact with anyone known to have the virus. All five were experiencing symptoms of the virus.
  • Monday, Nov. 23 - The health department reported six new cases. One resident was a contact of a previously-reported case, and one was a contact of an international traveler. Four had no contact with anyone known to have the virus. All six were experiencing symptoms, and one was hospitalized. In addition, 18 people who were previously reported as testing positive were determined to have recovered.
  • Tuesday, Nov. 24 - The health department reported four new cases. One resident was a contact of a case in Georgia, and three others had no contact with anyone known to have the virus. All four were experiencing symptoms. In addition, two people previously reported as testing positive were determined to have recovered.