Strong opinions about COVID spread fueled discussions over whether to proceed with the Carolina Classic Fair. But in the end, concern over the bottom line prevailed.
People who are immunocompromised already are eligible for a third dose, Joshua Swift, Forsyth County's health director, said.
The Winston-Salem City Council voted 5-3 on Monday to go forward with the Carolina Classic Fair, which runs Oct. 1-10. Those who attend will be required to wear masks at all times.
Novant has said about one-fourth of its COVID-19 hospitalizations are those ages 17 and younger, while the level could be as much as 30% overall in Forsyth County and statewide.
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