NC Sept. 14 COVID-19 update: Over 800 new COVID-19 cases reported in North Carolina as hospitalizations rise

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RALEIGH, N.C. (WAVY) — The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services reported 895 new COVID-19 cases across the state on Monday.

Currently, 831 people are hospitalized, up 64 patients from 831 reported on Sunday.

An additional 8 COVID-19 related deaths were reported, bringing the total number of deaths to 3,060.

There were 18,711 tests completed.

Here are the latest updates in local counties:

Gates: 108 cases — 3 deaths
Dare: 258 cases — 2 deaths
Currituck: 136 cases
Pasquotank: 630 cases — 26 deaths
Perquimans: 161 cases — 3 deaths
Bertie: 515 cases — 7 deaths
Hertford: 641 cases — 24 deaths
Chowan: 281 cases — 3 deaths
Camden: 107 cases — 3 deaths

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