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Is North Carolina a hot spot for COVID-19?

Do you have to quarantine if you fly to North Carolina?
"What has to happen before North Carolina can no longer be labelled as a hot state?" a viewer asked News 13’s I-Team Coronavirus Help Desk. (Photo credit: WLOS staff)

News 13's investigative team is working to answer your questions about the coronavirus pandemic and its impacts on Western North Carolina.

"What has to happen before North Carolina can no longer be labelled as a hot state?" a viewer asked News 13’s I-Team Coronavirus Help Desk.

According to the CDC, North Carolina is currently ranked seventh in the country when it comes to the number of COVID-19 cases in the last week.

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In addition, different jurisdictions, like Chicago, have recently added North Carolina to their travel advisory list.

"Every country, state and city varies in trends and metrics. Some also rate other states or countries, and the methodologies, requirements and thresholds and definitions all vary," a North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services spokesperson said.

You can submit your questions to Iteam@wlos.com. News 13's Jennifer Emert, Lauren Brigman and Karen Zatkulak will work to get an answer for you.

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