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UPDATE: Wilkes School Superintendent Mark Byrd said Friday morning that the decision to close Mulberry Elementary that day “was in relation to a positive test for COVID-19. No other Wilkes County schools have had to close up to this point." He added, “While every single case will not require…

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The COVID-19-related deaths of three more Wilkes County residents were reported Monday by the Wilkes County Health Department. Another such death was reported Thursday.

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Gov. Roy Cooper on Tuesday announced the easing of COVID-19-related limits on mass gatherings and certain other business and social activities in place since May 22.

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Wilkes County’s COVID-19 cases are still steadily rising, with the total increasing by 71 last week (Aug. 9-15) after spiking with about 100 new cases in a one-week period in early August.

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The Brushy Mountain Ruritan Club announced that its 2020 edition of the Brushy Mountain Apple Festival in downtown North Wilkesboro won’t be held due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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A COVID-19 outbreak that included deaths of three residents at PruittHealth, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation center on Johnson Ridge Road in Elkin, was announced Monday by the Surry County Health and Nutrition Center.

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The number of residents and staff at Westwood Hills Nursing and Rehabilitative Services in Wilkesboro who tested positive for COVID-19 was up to 24 Wednesday morning, said Wilkes Health Department Director Rachel Willard.

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In a split vote, the University of North Carolina Board of Governors decided Thursday night to not decrease, refund or pro-rate tuition or fees if universities in the system shift to online instruction due to the COVID-19 pandemic this fall.

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Masks are now required in common areas of county courthouses and everywhere people interact with others in the facilities, announced N.C. Supreme Court Chief Justice Cheri Beasley on July 16,

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Wilkes School Superintendent Mark Byrd on Wednesday explained how and why Wilkes school officials settled on the option of having students in their schools every other day to comply with Gov. Roy Cooper’s directive for starting the 2020-21 academic year.

A Wilkes County resident in his/her 90s who had tested positive for COVID-19 died on July 9 at a hospital in Winston-Salem, said Wilkes Health Department Director Rachel Willard.

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A Wilkes County resident in his/her 90s who had tested positive for COVID-19 died Thursday at a hospital in Winston-Salem, said Wilkes Health Department Director Rachel Willard on Sunday.