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Coronavirus case numbers reported so far:

U.S. cases: 32,949,832 cases and 588,518 deaths

Worldwide cases 159,697,341 — COVID-19 has killed 3,317,685 people.

N.C. cases: 986,443 (12,830 deaths)

Guilford County: 47,293 (701 deaths)

Forsyth County: 35,783 (375 deaths)

Davidson: 16,545 (187 deaths)

Randolph: 15,018 (227 deaths)

Mecklenburg: 111,871 (951 deaths)

Durham: 25,223 (220 deaths)

Wake: 87,400 (721 deaths)

Source: N.C. numbers reported by N.C. Department of Health and Human Services at noon Wednesday. U.S., global numbers from Johns Hopkins University at 10 a.m. Wednesday.


Guilford County Schools has partnered with Cone Health and the Guilford County Division of Public Health to bring COVID-19 vaccines into communities across the county. The first clinic will be Friday at Andrews High from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Other clinics will follow at the same time on May 18, 19 and 21 at High Point Central, Southwest and Ragsdale high schools, respectively. The clinics will be open to the community and students 14 years and older with parent permission. To register, call 336-890-1188. On May 22, Andrews will host a clinic from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.To register, go to GuilfordVaccination.com or call 336-641-7944. Students under the age of 18 will need a signed permission slip, available from their schools.


A Second Chance Ministry at 830 W. Green Drive in High Point will hold a COVID-19 vaccination clinic from 2 to 7 p.m. Saturday. Call 336-862-0502 for more information. Walk-ups or appointments will be taken.