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North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper holds coronavirus press conference in Charlotte

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North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper holds coronavirus press conference in Charlotte
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper is holding a press conference in Charlotte about the coronavirus.Click the video player below to watch the live press conference.There are seven presumptive cases in North Carolina, according to the Department of Health and Human Services. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have not confirmed the cases.Related: North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper declares state of emergency over coronavirusGov. Cooper declared a state emergency Tuesday due to the coronavirus. This allows the state and medical institutions flexibility to grant financial and medical aid.Those developing symptoms like fever, cough or breathing problems should call their local health department for possible testing. Related: Piedmont Triad events canceled or postponed because of coronavirusAs of Wednesday, there are 647 cases of COVID-19 in the United States, with 27 deaths, according to the CDC.

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper is holding a press conference in Charlotte about the coronavirus.

Click the video player below to watch the live press conference.

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There are seven presumptive cases in North Carolina, according to the Department of Health and Human Services. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have not confirmed the cases.

Related: North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper declares state of emergency over coronavirus

Gov. Cooper declared a state emergency Tuesday due to the coronavirus. This allows the state and medical institutions flexibility to grant financial and medical aid.

Those developing symptoms like fever, cough or breathing problems should call their local health department for possible testing.

Related: Piedmont Triad events canceled or postponed because of coronavirus

As of Wednesday, there are 647 cases of COVID-19 in the United States, with 27 deaths, according to the CDC.