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Coronavirus Today – March 24 – Mecklenburg shelter in place order, personal protective equipment and “a sign from God”

By NC Health News staff On Tuesday, health officials reported 140 coronavirus cases in Mecklenburg County, prompting a county-issued stay at home directive beginning Thursday morning at 8 a.m. through April 16. A ban on private gatherings of more than 10 people replaces the prior 50-person limit. County manager Dena Diorio said that voluntary measures […]