On Thursday, 92 new COVID-19 cases were confirmed in Durham.
The death toll in the region increased by four, to 237.
Of those who died since the pandemic began, 201 were residents at long-term care or retirement homes.
To date 6,653 cases have been confirmed in Durham with 5,527 of those now listed as resolved.
There are currently 889 active cases in the region, up from 848 on Wednesday.
Of those, 866 people are isolating at home and 23 are in hospital.
Seven of the people in hospital are in the ICU.
It’s important to note some of the cases that were added on Thursday are actually from previous days. The regional data for 82 cases is still under investigation.
Here is the regional breakdown as of Thursday:
Why do different media outlets report different daily COVID-19 numbers for Durham?