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5/12/2020 5:12:00 PM
COVID-19 Facts & Figures

Wayne Howard
Staff Writer

The Lincoln County Health Department released three graphs Tuesday (May 12th) that show some details of the cases of COVID-19 so far in Lincoln County. 

The graphs show that 23 of the cases are men or boys and 18 were women or girls.  The biggest age group to have the disease are 50-64 followed by 25-49.  

54% of Lincoln County's confirmed cases were in the central part of the county.

We've attached photos but you can also view the graphs on the Lincoln County website under the Health Department.  (CLICK HERE)

We checked the state figures from NCDHHS and they show the following information by zip code:

ZIP                                   Number      Deaths
                                        of cases        

28092-Lincolnton                 19            0
28033-Crouse                       0            0
28077-High Shoals                1            0
28037-Denver                     12            0
28168-Vale                           1            0
28650-Maiden                       3            0
28164-Stanley                     12           0
28034-Dallas                       18           2
28006-Alexis                         0           0
28021-Cherryville                14           0
28120-Mt. Holly                   17           0
28020-Casar                         3           0
28086-Kings Mtn.                 10          1
28016-Bessemer City            11          0
28052-Gastonia                    31         0
28054-Gastonia                    30         1
28673-Sherrills Ford               4          0
28602-Hickory                      10         0
28658-Newton                      16         0
28613-Conover                      10        1
28078-Huntersville                 57        3
28150-Kingstown                   16        1
28609-Catawba                        4        0

As of Tuesday (May 12th) North Carolina had recorded 577 deaths related to the COVID-19 virus; there had been 15,346 confirmed cases of the disease in our state.

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