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Top Charlotte news: Nurse recovering after contracting virus; nonprofits organize Do Good Week

Top Charlotte news: Nurse recovering after contracting virus; nonprofits organize Do Good Week
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By Hoodline - Published on April 21, 2020.

Missed the most recent top news in Charlotte? Read on for everything you need to know.

Two high-ranking NC politicians urge Gov. Cooper to allow Charlotte to host NASCAR race

Add state treasurer Dale Folwell and N.C. speaker of the house Tim Moore to the ever-growing number of N.C. politicians asking Governor Roy Cooper to modify an executive order to allow Charlotte Motor Speedway to host a NASCAR race next month.

Read the full story on The News & Observer.

Charlotte nurse recovering after contracting COVID-19

A Charlotte-area nurse continues to recover after contracting COVID-19 while working at CaroMont Regional Medical Center. Alyssa Lobosco is currently recovering at Atrium Health Main in Charlotte.

Read the full story on WCNC.

Son of 93-year-old man raises concerns about Atrium's plan to relocate COVID-19 patients to nursing home

Atrium Health tells WCNC Charlotte they've relocated people who have coronavirus from other nursing facilities to Huntersville Oaks.

Read the full story on WCNC.

SHARE Charlotte bringing people together to "do good" from home

SHARE Charlotte brings together 400 nonprofits in the community and organizes Do Good Week. The whole thing is simply to do good — it isn’t about giving money — it is all about giving your time, and you can do it from home. 

Read the full story on WCNC.


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