Hospitalization Rates Rise In Charlotte, CMS Teachers Concerned About In-Person Learning

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Hospital beds are quickly running out in the Charlotte region as COVID cases surge and some teachers in Charlotte-Mecklenburg are sounding the alarm as the return to in-person learning gets closer.

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With metrics going in the wrong direction, some teachers tell WCCB they don’t feel safe going back to in-person learning next week.

Major hospital systems say they’re also concerned about staffing.

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