October 21, 2020
Business News

Thousands in North Carolina incorrectly told they have COVID-19 – WGHP FOX 8 Greensboro

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) A county in North Carolina incorrectly told nearly 7,000 residents they had tested positive for the coronavirus.
The Charlotte Observer reports the messages were sent by text messages to more than 6,700 residents in Mecklenburg County on Friday.
More than 500 people also received a county email with the notice.
The county said Friday on Twitter the messages went out due to a technical glitch.
The county’s manager told county commissioners on Monday they were sent thr…

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