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NC reports largest number of new coronavirus cases since July
— Another 2,277 cases of coronavirus were reported in North Carolina on Thursday, the highest one-day jump since July 30. Part of the increase might be attributable to technical issues the state Department of Health and Human Services experienced while compiling Wednesday's numbers. Another 47 deaths from the virus also were reported statewide Thursday.
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