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Dr. Mandy Cohen, NC's guide during the COVID-19 pandemic, stepping down as DHHS secretary
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White House COVID task force update
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Percentage of positive tests for COVID-19 is highest it has been since end of September.
— North Carolina reported 9.4% of coronavirus tests returned positive in the past 24 hours. That rate is the highest it has been since Sept. 27.
A bill that would make it simpler to expunge nonviolent criminal records is headed for a vote on the House floor