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NC reports another 3,400 coronavirus infections, 1,580 people hospitalized with COVID-19
— Another 3,413 coronavirus infections were reported in North Carolina on Wednesday, which is the most in one day since Feb. 20. The rate of positive virus tests is 12.2%, more than double the state's target. Meanwhile, 1,580 people are hospitalized with COVID-19, the most since Feb. 21.
Starting at 4 on FOX 50: Someone who got their first coronavirus vaccine today tells us why a $100 cash card was the boost they needed.
— Vaccination sites in Wake County were more crowded than usual after a $100 cash card was announced. Aaron Thomas speaks with people who decided to get their shot after hearing the state would be handing out cash.