CaseTrajectory_July28

shows a jagged line that gets higher as it moves to the right (with time), representing the trajectory of COVID cases in North Carolina generally upward, then a slight bend downward

As of late July, the trend around the number of new cases of COVID-19 reported each day started to stabilize, and even decrease slightly. Health and Human Services Secretary Mandy Cohen said there’s a correlation from the start of the statewide mask requirement at the end of June to a stabilization of trends. Screenshot courtesy: UNC TV

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