• COVID-19 Dashboard

    This Dashboard was 'sunset' in June 2023, but remains posted for archival purposes. It is no longer being updated. For past Cases, Timeline and other data and resources, hover and click on the tab links below. For the district's 2023-24 COVID protocols, visit our Health Services page.


      • The Timeline represents the total daily positive COVID-19 cases reported in the CHCCS district from January 2021 to June 2023.

        To see numbers of student or staff cases on a given day, hover over a red or blue vertical bar.

        To view timelines beginning in 2021, click on the tabs at the bottom of this chart.

        To download a report of all COVID-19 timelines, click on the link below the chart.

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      • CHCCS Weekly Case Reports provide numbers of COVID-19 cases reported at each of our campuses from May 2022 to June 2023. Cases were updated on the dashboard on days when positive cases were reported in the district.

        Positive case numbers were updated daily on the COVID-19 Dashboard from May 9, 2022 to June 30, 2023. During that time period, COVID-19 clusters were reported publicly. A cluster is defined as five or more cases in a small group or 15 or more cases in a school within a 14-day period.

        Click on links below or arrows at the bottom of the chart to view:

        • Weekly Case Reports - charts of CHCCS student and staff COVID-19 cases from May 2022 to June 2023.
        • Tracker sheets - cases reported from April 2021 to May 2022.


        To download a PDF of all CHCCS Weekly Case Reports, click on the link below the chart.


        Download PDF Report

      County Status

      Hospital Status

      • UNC Hospitals stopped publishing weekly epidemiology data reports on COVID-19 and other respiratory viruses at UNC Hospitals and other North Carolina hospitals. To view the archive of reports, click the link below.

        Hospital Status Archived Reports


      • COVID-19 Testing


        Community COVID-19 Testing Locations


        While state-funded COVID-19 testing concluded at the end of March 2023, county and state health departments continue to provide testing resources.

        COVID-19 Testing


        • Free antigen tests: Available in the lobby of the Southern Human Services Center, 2501 Homestead Road, Chapel Hill.

        • Testing locator: Click on the link for NC DHHS - Find COVID-19 Tests

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      • Vaccines and Boosters


        Vaccines and boosters help strengthen and extend protection against COVID-19.

        More than 97% of CHCCS employees attest to being fully vaccinated

        Updated COVID-19 Booster Available for People 5 and Older: CHCCS encourages eligible students and staff to get an updated bivalent COVID-19 booster. The CDC recommends COVID-19 vaccines for everyone ages 6 months and older, and boosters for everyone ages 5 years and older if eligible.

        The bivalent booster is now available for people 5 and older, two months after they finish their primary series or any booster dose. It offers the most up-to-date protection against the latest Omicron variants. The booster, like all COVID-19 vaccines, is safe to get alongside the annual flu vaccine. 


        Find a Vaccine Clinic



        COVID-19 Vaccines


            • Orange County Health Department Vaccine Support helpline:

        Call (919) 913-8088 for appointments at Whitted Human Services Center, 300 W. Tryon Street, Hillsborough.