Pembroke COVID-19 Case Updates

The Pembroke Health Department reports two new COVID-19 positive cases in the Town of Pembroke today. The one thousand, six hundred and fifty-four existing cases are following the protocols for self-quarantining and are in contact with the town's public health staff for state defined and mandated monitoring under the protocol or have completed the protocol. Cases reported from March 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020 are totalled below and available here broken out by date reported.

Daily Case Update

DateNew CasesRecovering/Recovered CasesTotal Number of Cases
March  1, 2020 - March 31, 2020  8
April 1, 2020 - April 30, 2020  51
May 1, 2020 - May 31, 2020  

29

June 1, 2020 - June 30, 2020  7
July 1, 2020 - July 31, 2020  5
August 1, 2020 - August 31, 2020  13
Sept. 1, 2020 - Sept. 30, 2020  20
Oct. 1, 2020 - Oct. 31, 2020  71
Nov. 1, 2020 - Nov. 30, 2020  80
Dec. 1, 2020 - Dec. 31, 2020  360

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   644
January 1, 202117644661
January 2, 202120661681
January 3, 202121681702

January 4, 2021

11702713
January 5, 202113713726
January 6, 202121726747
January 7, 202120747767
January 8, 202126767793
January 9, 202124793817
January 10, 202117817834
January 11, 202112834846
January 12, 202123846869
January 13, 20209869878
January 14, 202113878891
January 15, 202125891916
January 16, 202117916933
January 17, 20218933941
January 18, 20216941947
January 19, 20218947955
January 20, 20218955963
January 21, 202121963984
January 22, 202113984997
January 23, 202189971,005
January 24, 2021111,0051,016
January 25, 2021271,0161,043
January 26, 202161,0431,049
January 27, 202191,0491,058
January 28, 202191,0581,067
January 29, 2021171,0671,084
January 30, 2021171,0841,101
January 31, 202141,1011,105
February 1, 202161,1111,111
February 2, 2021141,1111,125
February 3, 202171,1251,132
February 4, 2021121,1321,144
February 5, 202171,1441,151
February 6, 202191,1511,160
February 7, 202161,1601,166
February 8, 202121,1661,168
February 9, 202171,1681,175
February 10, 202161,1751,181
February 11, 202151,1811,186
February 12, 202171,1861,193
February 13, 202181,1931,201
February 14, 202151,2011,206
February 15, 2021131.2061,219
February 16, 202131,2191,222
February 17, 2021111,2221,233
February 18, 202131,2331,236
February 19, 202181,2361,244
February 20, 202131,2441,247
February 21, 202131,2471,250
February 22, 202161,2501,256
February 23, 202171,2561,263
February 24, 2021151,2631,278
February 25, 202171,2781,285
February 26, 2021101,2851,295
February 27, 202151,2951,300
February 28, 202141,3001,304
March 1, 20210  
March 2, 202141,3041,308
March 3, 20210  
March 4, 2021111,3081,319
March 5, 2021131,3191,332
March 6, 202181,3321,340
March 7, 202171,3401,347
March 8, 202171,3471,354
March 9, 202141,3541,358
March 10, 202171,3581,365
March 11, 202171,3651,372
March 12, 202121,3721,374
March 13, 202171,3741,381
March 14, 202171,3811,388
March 15, 202191,3881,397
March 16, 202181,3971,405
March 17, 202161,4051,411
March 18, 2021111,4111,422
March 19, 2021251,4221,447
March 20, 2021111,4471,458
March 21, 202121,4581,460
March 22, 202141,4601,464
March 23, 2021141,4641,478
March 24, 2021101,4781,488
March 25, 2021191,4881,507
March 26, 202171,5071,514
March 27, 2021141,5141,528
March 28, 202121,5281,530
March 29, 202131,5301,533
March 30, 2021111,5331,544
March 31, 202141,5441,548
April 1, 202191,5481,557
April 2, 202171,5571,564
April 3, 202191,5641,573
April 4, 20210  
April 5, 2021111,5731,584
April 6, 202181,5841,592
April 7, 202161,5921,598
April 8, 202121,5981,600
April 9, 202151,6001,605
April 10, 2021101,6051,615
April 11, 202141,6151,619
April 12, 202171,6191,626
April 13, 202161,6261,632
April 14, 202151,632

1,637

April 15, 202141,6371,641
April 16, 202171,6411,648
April 17, 202141,6481,652
April 18, 202121,6521,654
    

The best way to be tested for COVID-19 is through your Primary Care Physician or via Telehealth.

Call your Primary Care Physician if you are experiencing flu-like symptoms and follow their guidance. PCP you can also communicate with Telehealth by dialing 211. Contact Pembroke EMS by dialing 911 if you are experiencing respiratory issues, prolonged fever or in the event of any other medical condition related to COVID-19 or any other medical emergency.