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Wake County Daily COVID Report: May 27, 2020

Cary, NC —When is it safe to go out? That’s a question we’ve been asking ourselves here at CaryCitizen. Read more

Everyday Heroes: A Positive, Compassionate Paramedic

Cary, NC — One of Cary’s many healthcare workers during and well before the COVID-19 pandemic is 27-year-old Christian Bennett, a paramedic and field training officer with Cary Area EMS.

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Gale Adcock: A Federal & Medical Update

Cary, NC — Gale Adcock, a Representative in the NC House and nurse practitioner of 33 years, shared her insights on the state’s COVID-19 response in yesterday’s virtual Business of Women speaker series hosted by the Cary Chamber.

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Bill Fletcher: Challenges of Reopening Schools

Cary, NC — Bill Fletcher of the Wake County Board of Education shares the many questions that face the Wake County Public School System before reopenning and how Wake County parents can help find the answers.

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State Parks and NC Beaches Reopen

Cary, NC — As COVID-19 cases continue to slowly drop, so do the “Closed” signs and on the gates of public recreation hubs across the state.

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A Food Delivery Driver’s COVID-19 Experience

Cary, NC — The foodservice industry has been upended by the COVID-19 pandemic. On the frontlines between our local restaurants and Cary customers are the food delivery drivers.

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North Carolina’s Phased Re-opening Plan Explained

Cary, NC — As we move toward the end of the stay-at-home tunnel, North Carolina will be transitioning to its new normal in 3 gradual stages.

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Economist: NC Could Be Winner Post-COVID

Cary, NC — In the Cary Chamber of Commerce virtual Eye-Opener event Wednesday morning economist Dr. Michael Walden of NC State provided his take on the COVID economy, how long it will be affecting us and what to expect in Cary going forward.

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A Kid’s Perspective of COVID-19

Cary, NC — In a time that has more than its fair share of opinions from adults, it is important that we also seek out the thoughts of our future leaders — the kids of Cary.

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Local Fire Chiefs Working Together

Cary, NC — In March, 16 fire cadets in Apex were nearing the end of their 7-month certification process when a seemingly impossible hurdle got in the way. Even while adapting services to the new COVID-19 standard, the Cary Fire Department stepped in to help.

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