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Coronavirus Updates

Posted on: July 2, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Burke County Media Briefing 7/2/2021


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 2, 2021COVID-19 Burke County Media Briefing Website:

Burke County’s Response to COVID-19

•Burke County is currently at 10,438 positive cases. These are cumulative cases for the county. If youwant to see a breakdown of the cases, please go visit the webpage•Para español llame al 764-9150 y presione el número dos. Si nadie contesta deje un corto mensajecon su nombre y numero de teléfono.

NOTE: The COVID data dashboard will not be updated from July 1 – July 5. The updated dashboard will be available on July 6.

We are encouraging anyone 12 and over to take the COVID vaccine to help reduce the spread of the COVID virus within our community as we move forward.

If you are interested in getting a COVID-19 vaccination, you can go to and find locations within Burke and surrounding counties to schedule your appointment. If you have trouble with scheduling or you do not have access to a computer, please contact the Burke County Health Department at 828-764-9150 and dial “0” to speak with the operator and they will assist you.

Even though you receive the COVID-19 vaccine, you will still need to practice the 3 W’s prevention for a while until more people receive the vaccine.

To find out more information about how to schedule your vaccine appointment, please visit the Burke County COVID-19 webpage at


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