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Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
North Carolina health officials now say schools can drop their mask mandates when community spread gets low enough, according to a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools official. Gov. Roy Cooper is scheduled to speak about COVID-19 Wednesday afternoon.
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