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N.C. Records Eighth Case Of Coronavirus

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina health officials are reporting an eighth case of the new coronavirus in the state. The N.C. Department of Health and Human Services reported Wednesday night that the latest patient is from Wake County, where five other residents tested positive. In other developments, the Atlantic Coast Conference announced its men’s basketball tournament would be played without fans in attendance beginning Thursday. The University of North Carolina system announced said Wednesday that each of its 17 schools will move from face-to-face instruction to “alternative course delivery” no later than March 20 and will continue indefinitely.

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