7 new COVID-19 deaths Moore County

On November 5, the Moore County Health Department was notified of the deaths of seven Moore County residents whose deaths were determined to be related to COVID-19 infection.

Five of the individuals were long-term care residents.

The ages, races, ethnicities, and dates of death for the individuals are as follows:

• A Non-Hispanic African American male over the age of 75 who passed away on September 27. The individual was a resident of Accordius Health at Aberdeen.

• A Non-Hispanic white female over the age of 75 who passed away on October 26.

• A Non-Hispanic white female over the age of 75 who passed away on October 29. The individual was a resident of Peak Resources Pinelake in Carthage.

• A Non-Hispanic white male over the age of 75 who passed away on October 29. The individual was a resident of Peak Resources Pinelake.

• A Non-Hispanic African American female over the age of 75 who passed away on November 1. The individual was a resident of Peak Resources Pinelake.

• A Non-Hispanic African American male over the age of 75 who passed away on November 4.

• A Non-Hispanic African American male in the 65-74 age range who passed away on November 4. The individual was a resident of Peak Resources Pinelake.

COVID-19 deaths include people who have had a positive laboratory test for COVID-19, who died without fully recovering from COVID-19 and who had no alternative cause of death identified. Deaths are reported by hospitals and clinicians directly to local and state health departments.

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