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There will be some of the younger Wake County Public School organization students Going back to school today For the first time in months in an exciting, but exciting time. About 8,000 students will return for individual learning.
The district school board voted for all students from Class III to Pre-K, with the K-12 Special Education Regional Programs, starting Monday, before attending the daily class from November 16th. Classes 4 and 5 will return to school in three-week cycles from November 16 until the end of the semester. Students in grades 6, 7 and 8 will return to school in three-week cycles from November 9 until the end of the semester.
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With 161 new cases reported in the last seven days, Elon University imposes a limit on community meetings after several new Govt-19 clusters on campus. More than 380 students are in solitary confinement or isolation. Elon has now suspended all Greek life and face-to-face meetings, and will test up to 3,000 students a week.
There will be free COVID-19 testing this week in Orange County and Rice County. In Hillsborough, Wm. Tests will be held at the Whitehead Human Service Center on Tryon Street from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Testing centers will be set up at Pear Creek, Saddam Central High School on Monday and Northwood High School on Thursday. You can text COVID to (704) 850-6996 to make a reservation.
There are now more than 43 million confirmed COVID-19 cases worldwide Johns Hopkins Corona Virus Resource Center.
North Carolina health officials reported 1,807 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total to 260,099.
A further 13 people have died in the state, bringing the total to 4,157.
With 94 percent of hospitals, hospital admissions are down 34 to 1,148. Although the metric has dropped from over 1,200 earlier this week, it is still above 1,100 on the 14th day at the hospital.
Currently, 545 ICU beds and 5,548 inpatient hospital beds are vacant.
The positive rate for tests was 7.2 percent, up from 6.8 percent on Saturday.
According to Johns Hopkins University data, there are 8,578,063 COVID-19 cases in the United States.
North Carolina health officials registered 2,584 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total to 258,292.
One more patient was hospitalized with COVID-19, for a total of 1,182. Although the metric has dropped from over 1,200 earlier this week, it is still above 1,100 on the 13th day at the hospital.
The state reported a positive test rate of 6.7%, following yesterday’s 7.3%.
A total of 4,144 people have died in North Carolina.
Meanwhile, the U.S. death toll has risen to 223,995 The COVID-19 Dashboard is published by Johns Hopkins University. The total U.S. casino reported on the site Friday was 83,757, topping the list of 77,362 cases reported on July 16th.
According to Johns Hopkins University data, there are 8,494,044 COVID-19 cases in the United States.
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