• No word on when outbreak that sickened more than 60 started

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    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.

    Stomach bug outbreak at CMC-Randolph


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