AppHealthCare released its weekly COVID-19 situation report.

For the week of February 28 - March 6, the number of new cases in Watauga County remained steady. There was an increase in the number of individuals in quarantine. The number of COVID-19 hospitalizations remains in single digits. In the latest NC DHHS County Alert System update, Watauga County is YELLOW which notes significant community spread. Watauga's vaccine allocation for the week of March 15 includes 600 first doses and 700 second doses. Watauga has seen 8,514 first doses administered, and 3667 second doses.

Ashe County has seen decreases in new cases and the number of individuals in quarantine. In the latest update, Ashe is YELLOW which notes substantial community spread. The Ashe vaccine allocation for the week includes 500 first doses and 900 second doses. There have been 5,125 first doses administered in Ashe, and 2290 second doses.

Alleghany has seen an increase in the number of new cases, but a decrease in the number of quarantines. In the latest update, Alleghany is YELLOW - significant community spread. Alleghany's vaccine allocation for the week of March 15th will include 200 first doses and 300 second doses. There have been 2,658 first doses and 1735 second doses administered in Alleghany.