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NC reports 10 new COVID-19 deaths in Wake County alone this weekend
— This weekend, we've learned of 10 additional coronavirus deaths in Wake County. Those deaths make up 14% of the total 71 deaths in Wake County. The county’s first death happened nearly three months ago.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the exotic tick is known to carry a variety of pathogens.