CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Carolinas Healthcare System still won't say when an illness outbreak started spreading at Carolinas Medical Center, Randolph.
Channel 9 learned last week that 46 workers and 19 patients have active cases.
The health department believes the sickness is the norovirus.
Channel 9 reached out to the hospital again to find out how many total cases there have been, but have not heard back.
No word on when outbreak that sickened more than 60 started
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