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2020 Coronavirus Outbreak


Parents of UNC graduate student and linebacker Chazz Surratt Brandi and Kevin Surratt cheer from the stands of Kenan Memorial Stadium during a game against Syracuse on Saturday, Sept. 12, 2020. UNC beat Syracuse 31-6. 

Concerns about COVID-19 linger as Kenan Stadium nears partial reopening

“If everyone wore masks, then we would say the risk of transmission is probably really low, no matter the size of the crowd,” Pettifor said. “But if there's a hole in that chain, depending on the number of positive people in that crowd, the number of people who are unmasked and the number of people who are closer than six feet apart, then our risk starts going up.”

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Trinity Court public housing community remains vacant due to structural damage on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2020. Trinity Court is set for demolition and rebuilding starting in 2022.

Trinity Court public housing remains vacant after 2019 redevelopment announcement

Though Chapel Hill seeks to expand public housing units, it is not accessible to all. The Trinity Court public housing community is set for redevelopment, and has been vacant since 2018 Chapel Hill is working with community partners to alleviate housing insecurity Elizabeth O'nan, a Chapel Hill resident and disability rights activist, said public housing is not always accessible

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