Gov. Roy Cooper
Cooper administration keeps NC dead last to report crucial death data to the CDC
DHHS continues to make NC dead last — and over a month behind all but three states — in reporting critical death data to the CDC.
, August 5, 2020
Over 105,000 have recovered from COVID-19 in NC as active cases fall again
This was the second week in a row that active cases fell, and the second week in a row there were more recoveries than new cases.
, August 3, 2020
Graphing COVID: Testing, cases, and testing percentages
The spike North Carolina is seeing is in testing bringing about a proportionate spike in known cases. More testing is a good thing.
, July 31, 2020
Reviewing Judge Covid’s latest ruling: On going back to school
Judge Covid was also strongly moved, however, by Cooper and Cohen's revealed preference concerning in-person instruction. He became implacable.
, July 29, 2020
Active cases fall as NC COVID-19 recoveries top 80% of known cases
This was the first week active cases showed a decline, and it was also the first week there were more recoveries than new cases.
, July 27, 2020
Graphing COVID in NC: Deaths and hospitalizations
Here are several recent graphs of COVID-19 data in NC related to deaths and hospitalizations.
, July 24, 2020
Three months ago, Gov. Cooper said NC had flattened the curve. Why do businesses STILL have to sue to open back up?
The 30-day order to shut down and lock down the state was about ensuring hospital resources could be available for critically ill patients. If that was done, then the state's economy could open back up.
, July 23, 2020
Now 78 percent of NC’s known COVID cases are recoveries
In two weeks, which is when recoveries should also surpass 100,000, will our media showcase that fact?
, July 21, 2020