IHME COVID-19 Projections For North Carolina

 

IHME Projections for May 20, 2020 in North Carolina

All beds needed 966 (on June 7, 2020)

ICU beds needed 282 (on June 17, 2020)

Ventilators needed 252 (on June 17, 2020)

Peak resource use on April 17, 2020

COVID-19 Deaths projected by August 4, 2020 2524

Mass gathering restrictions
March 14, 2020

Educational facilities closed
March 14, 2020

Initial business closure
March 17, 2020

Non-essential services closed
March 30, 2020

Stay at home order
March 30, 2020

As of May 4, our forecasts now account for locations that have lifted social distancing measures and assumes those measures will remain lifted through August 4. For locations that have not lifted social distancing, the model assumes measures will stay in place through August 4.

These dates pertain only to government-mandated measures implemented for the entire population within the selected location.
For example:
If a school-closure order is issued at the city level, but not at the government level of the selected location, the coding would be Not implemented.


IHME Projections for May 18, 2020 in North Carolina

All beds needed 966 (on June 7, 2020)

ICU beds needed 282 (on June 16, 2020)

Ventilators needed 252 (on June 17, 2020)

Peak resource use on April 17, 2020

COVID-19 Deaths projected by August 4, 2020 2524

Mass gathering restrictions
March 14, 2020

Educational facilities closed
March 14, 2020

Initial business closure
March 17, 2020

Non-essential services closed
March 30, 2020

Stay at home order
March 30, 2020

As of May 4, our forecasts now account for locations that have lifted social distancing measures and assumes those measures will remain lifted through August 4. For locations that have not lifted social distancing, the model assumes measures will stay in place through August 4.

These dates pertain only to government-mandated measures implemented for the entire population within the selected location.
For example:
If a school-closure order is issued at the city level, but not at the government level of the selected location, the coding would be Not implemented.


IHME Projections for May 12, 2020 in North Carolina

All beds needed 2087 (on June 23, 2020)

ICU beds needed 607 (on June 24, 2020)

Ventilators needed 544 (on June 24, 2020)

Peak resource use on April 17, 2020

COVID-19 Deaths projected by August 4, 2020 4413

Mass gathering restrictions
March 14, 2020

Educational facilities closed
March 14, 2020

Initial business closure
March 17, 2020

Non-essential services closed
March 30, 2020

Stay at home order
March 30, 2020

As of May 4, our forecasts now account for locations that have lifted social distancing measures and assumes those measures will remain lifted through August 4. For locations that have not lifted social distancing, the model assumes measures will stay in place through August 4.

These dates pertain only to government-mandated measures implemented for the entire population within the selected location.
For example:
If a school-closure order is issued at the city level, but not at the government level of the selected location, the coding would be Not implemented.


IHME Projections for May 10, 2020 in North Carolina

All beds needed 662 (bed shortage 0)

ICU beds needed 191 (bed shortage 0)

Ventilators needed 172

Peak resource use on April 17, 2020

COVID-19 Deaths projected by August 4, 2020 1190

Mass gathering restrictions
March 14, 2020

Educational facilities closed
March 14, 2020

Initial business closure
March 17, 2020

Non-essential services closed
March 30, 2020

Stay at home order
March 30, 2020

As of May 4, our forecasts now account for locations that have lifted social distancing measures and assumes those measures will remain lifted through August 4. For locations that have not lifted social distancing, the model assumes measures will stay in place through August 4.

These dates pertain only to government-mandated measures implemented for the entire population within the selected location.
For example:
If a school-closure order is issued at the city level, but not at the government level of the selected location, the coding would be Not implemented.


IHME Projections for May 4, 2020 in North Carolina

All beds needed 773 (bed shortage 0)

ICU beds needed 221 (bed shortage 0)

Ventilators needed 199

Peak resource use on April 17, 2020

COVID-19 Deaths projected by August 4, 2020 1169

Mass gathering restrictions
March 14, 2020

Educational facilities closed
March 14, 2020

Initial business closure
March 17, 2020

Non-essential services closed
March 30, 2020

Stay at home order
March 30, 2020

As of May 4, our forecasts now account for locations that have lifted social distancing measures and assumes those measures will remain lifted through August 4. For locations that have not lifted social distancing, the model assumes measures will stay in place through August 4.

These dates pertain only to government-mandated measures implemented for the entire population within the selected location.
For example:
If a school-closure order is issued at the city level, but not at the government level of the selected location, the coding would be Not implemented.


IHME Projections for April 29, 2020 in North Carolina

All beds needed 615 (bed shortage 0)

ICU beds needed 162 (bed shortage 0)

Ventilators needed 150

Peak resource use on April 17, 2020

COVID-19 Deaths projected by August 4, 2020 394

Mass gathering restrictions
March 14, 2020

Educational facilities closed
March 14, 2020

Initial business closure
March 17, 2020

Non-essential services closed
March 30, 2020

Stay at home order
March 30, 2020

Social distancing assumed until infections minimized
and containment implemented

Containment strategy
After May 14, 2020, relaxing social distancing may be possible with containment strategies that include testing, contact tracing, isolation, and limiting gathering size.


IHME Projections for April 27, 2020 in North Carolina

All beds needed 615 (bed shortage 0)

ICU beds needed 162 (bed shortage 0)

Ventilators needed 150

Peak resource use on April 17, 2020

COVID-19 Deaths projected by August 4, 2020 370

Mass gathering restrictions
March 14, 2020

Educational facilities closed
March 14, 2020

Initial business closure
March 17, 2020

Non-essential services closed
March 30, 2020

Stay at home order
March 30, 2020

Social distancing assumed until infections minimized
and containment implemented

Containment strategy
After May 13, 2020, relaxing social distancing may be possible with containment strategies that include testing, contact tracing, isolation, and limiting gathering size.


IHME Projections for April 22, 2020 in North Carolina

All beds needed 605 (bed shortage 0)

ICU beds needed 160 (bed shortage 0)

Ventilators needed 149

Peak resource use on April 16, 2020

COVID-19 Deaths projected by August 4, 2020 342

Current social distancing assumed until infections
minimized and containment implemented

Containment strategy
After May 11, 2020, relaxing social distancing may be possible with containment strategies that include testing, contact tracing, isolation, and limiting gathering size.


IHME Projections for April 21, 2020 in North Carolina

All beds needed 633 (bed shortage 0)

ICU beds needed 143 (bed shortage 0)

Ventilators needed 130

Peak resource use on April 17, 2020

COVID-19 Deaths projected by August 4, 2020 310

Current social distancing assumed until infections
minimized and containment implemented

Containment strategy
After May 10, 2020, relaxing social distancing may be possible with containment strategies that include testing, contact tracing, isolation, and limiting gathering size.


IHME Projections for April 17, 2020 in North Carolina

All beds needed 523 (bed shortage 0)

ICU beds needed 117 (bed shortage 0)

Ventilators needed 106

Peak resource use on April 17, 2020

COVID-19 Deaths projected by August 4, 2020 251

Current social distancing assumed until infections
minimized and containment implemented

Containment strategy
After May 11, 2020, relaxing social distancing may be possible with containment strategies that include testing, contact tracing, isolation, and limiting gathering size.


IHME Projections for April 13, 2020 in North Carolina

All beds needed 713 (bed shortage 0)

ICU beds needed 165 (bed shortage 0)

Ventilators needed 149

Peak resource use on April 17, 2020

COVID-19 Deaths projected by August 4, 2020 415

COVID-19 projections assuming full social distancing
through May 2020


IHME Projections for April 10, 2020 in North Carolina

All beds needed 1093 (bed shortage 0)

ICU beds needed 201 (bed shortage 0)

Ventilators needed 173

Peak resource use on April 15, 2020

COVID-19 Deaths projected by August 4, 2020 416

COVID-19 projections assuming full social distancing
through May 2020


IHME Projections for April 8, 2020 in North Carolina

All beds needed 1350 (bed shortage 0)

ICU beds needed 250 (bed shortage 0)

Ventilators needed 213

Peak resource use on April 15, 2020

COVID-19 Deaths projected by August 4, 2020 522

COVID-19 projections assuming full social distancing
through May 2020


IHME Projections for April 5, 2020 in North Carolina

All beds needed 1361 (bed shortage 0)

ICU beds needed 258 (bed shortage 0)

Ventilators needed 219

Peak resource use on April 13, 2020

COVID-19 Deaths projected by August 4, 2020 496

COVID-19 projections assuming full social distancing
through May 2020


IHME Projections for April 1, 2020 in North Carolina

All beds needed 5162 (bed shortage 0)

ICU beds needed 780 (bed shortage 213)

Ventilators needed 624

Peak resource use on April 26, 2020

COVID-19 Deaths projected by August 4, 2020 1534

COVID-19 projections assuming full social distancing
through May 2020


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