A team of researchers at the Carolina Population Center are mapping COVID-19 case rates for all of the state’s school districts.
The map’s highest level is 2 per 1,000 people, and it shows data for the previous week-long period — it’s not a cumulative measure.
But, it can still provide context for educators and parents. Based off these metrics, the map shows that only five districts aren’t in the darkest shade of red: Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools, Fort Bragg Schools, Hyde County Schools, Warren County Schools, and Chatham County Schools.
The website says the map may be a useful measure of someone’s risk of coming in contact with an infected person.
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