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Carteret School board presentation sept. 24 final (1)

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  1. 1. COVID-19 Update Stephanie Cannon, MPA Carteret County Health Department September 24, 2020
  2. 2. Percent Positive Rate Trends 6.40% 5.00% 5.40% 6.50% 4.60% 3.20% 3.40% 0.00% 1.00% 2.00% 3.00% 4.00% 5.00% 6.00% 7.00% 8.00% Aug 2-8 Aug 9-15 Aug 16-22 Aug 23-29 Aug 30 - Sept 5 Sept 6 - Sept 12 Sept 13 - Sept 19 Percent Positive Rate in Carteret County Percent Positive Source: NCEDSS Data/State Report
  3. 3. Carteret County Age Breakdown • This data reflects available information as of 09/23/2020. Source: Carteret County data 11% 15% 39% 23% 12% 0.14% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 0-17 18-24 25-49 50-64 65 and older Unknown Ages of all Carteret County confirmed cases
  4. 4. COVID Hospitalizations - Carteret • This data reflects available information as of 09/23/2020. • 33 Carteret Residents Admitted / 703 Confirmed Cases = 4.7% • Conservative estimates put the actual case count at 2-3 times the confirmed case count*:  33 / 2,109 (Triple the confirmed cases) = 1.6%  33 / 1,406 (Double the confirmed cases) = 2.3% • 0 hospitalizations, ages 0-17, in Carteret County residents • 0 hospitalizations, ages 18-24, in Carteret County residents Source: Carteret County data; Carteret Health Care data
  5. 5. COVID-19 Deaths in NC • This data reflects available information as of 09/22/2020. • 3,286 COVID-related deaths / 195,549 confirmed COVID cases = 1.7% • Conservative estimates put the actual case count at 2-3 times the confirmed case count*:  3,286 / 586,647 = (Triple the confirmed COVID cases) = 0.6%  3,286 / 391,098 = (Double the confirmed COVID cases) = 0.84% • 1 death, ages 0-17, in NC residents • 3 deaths, ages 18-24, in NC residents Source: NC DHHS Dashboard
  6. 6. COVID-19 Deaths in Carteret Co. • This data reflects available information as of 09/23/2020. • 6 COVID-related deaths / 703 confirmed COVID cases = 0.9% • Conservative estimates put the actual case count at 2-3 times the confirmed case count*:  6 / 2,109 = (Triple the confirmed COVID cases) = 0.3%  6 / 1,406 = (Double the confirmed COVID cases) = 0.4% • 0 deaths, ages 0-17, in Carteret County residents • 0 deaths, ages 18-24, in Carteret County residents • 6 deaths, ages 65+, in Carteret County residents Source: Carteret County data
  7. 7. CDC Stance on the Role of Schools • Schools provide a safe environment for children. • Schools provide needed services for children (e.g. school meal programs, behavioral and social support). • School closures interrupt these services, place additional stresses on families, which can increase negative consequences for children. • Available evidence shows children generally have less serious illness than adults when they contract COVID-19. • Early reports suggest adolescents aged 10-17 may be more likely to become infected with COVID-19 than children younger than age 10. • Parents/schools should be aware that children with certain underlying medical conditions are at-risk for severe illness from COVID-19. • Although rare, some children have developed multi-system inflammatory syndrome (MIS-C) after exposure to SARS-CoV-2. Source: CDC
  8. 8. Final Thoughts • If moving to Plan A for grades K-5:  Continue working with the Health Department for case identification and contact tracing.  Continue wearing masks, social distancing (to the extent possible), washing hands frequently, and consistently cleaning and disinfecting commonly touched surfaces.  Continue screening all students/staff before entry.  Continue providing a virtual option for children with underlying medical conditions.  Continue remaining flexible – the science will continue to evolve requiring continual quality improvement of this process.
  9. 9. Questions?

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