Franklin and other towns across North Carolina are putting proactive measures in place to quell the spread of COVID-19. Disruptions to school, work, and major public gatherings are already manifesting and it’s important to stay up to date on what’s happening in the Franklin, NC community.

Stay up to date and informed with our resources: Breaking public health news, information on your local North Carolina hospitals and healthcare facilities, information from the North Carolina Public Health Department, and Twitter updates from North Carolina government officials. Continue to visit our website for the latest updates.

North Carolina COVID-19 Cases

North Carolina New Coronavirus Cases:
North Carolina Total Coronavirus Cases: 3,501,404
North Carolina New Coronavirus Deaths:
North Carolina Total Coronavirus Deaths: 29,059
U.S. New Coronavirus Cases: 1,648
U.S. Total Coronavirus Cases: 107,184,620
U.S. New Coronavirus Deaths: 8
U.S. Total Coronavirus Deaths: 1,166,662
Last updated June 10, 2023
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Coronavirus News for Franklin

COVID-19 uptick noticed by local health experts; at-home tests in demand

With the recent announcement of President Joe Biden's positive test for COVID-19, the President is not the only one with the virus. More info »

WLOS on MSN - 07/18/2024 11:30am

45 states, including North Carolina and Virginia, seeing increase in COVID-19 cases

If you've noticed more people around you getting sick, it's because the number of COVID-19 infections is going up. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports 45 states are seeing ... More info »

WXII 12 NEWS on MSN - 07/18/2024 02:30pm

Coronavirus and COVID remain health threats. Get vaccinated this fall, CDC says.

The CDC now recommends that most children and adults receive updated COVID-19 and flu vaccines this fall no matter how recently people had their last vaccine. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver ... More info »

Raleigh News & Observer - 07/01/2024 09:55am

New COVID-19 variant growing in Tennessee. What to know about KP.3 variant and its symptoms

Since May, the prevalence of JN.1 has steadily declined while cases of KP.3 and KP.2 have increased. Local cases reflect those at the national level. More info »

Tennessean on MSN - 07/10/2024 06:51am

Coronavirus and COVID remain health threats. Get vaccinated this fall, CDC says.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that most children and adults get updated COVID-19 and flu vaccines this fall. That holds for everyone but babies 6 months and younger, no ... More info »

Charlotte Observer - 07/01/2024 09:55am

How do you feel your community is responding to the coronavirus crisis:

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