Charlotte Journalism Collaborative

When contact tracing works, families, friends and co-workers avoid infection

This story was reported by David Boraks of WFAE, Nate Morabito of WCNC-TV and Lauren Lindstrom of The Charlotte Observer as part of the Charlotte Journalism Collaborative. Nate Morabito, David Boraks September 11, 2020 Despite more than 56,000 positive COVID-19 cases in the Charlotte region, area health departments have only successfully tracked the…
Read More
Brian McCann and Tom Costales with their dogs Muuki and Harper Lee. Courtesy of Brian McCann

COVID-19: Its Journey Since December 2019: A look at reported specs and a firsthand account from a N.C. gay couple

David Aaron Moore September 4, 2020 North Carolina residents and married couple Brian McCann and Tom Costales know first-hand how devastating the impact of COVID-19 can truly be. Both men became infected and extremely ill, were hospitalized, fought the illness and have lived to tell their stories. Initially it was…
Read More
The nephew of Juan Chagoyan poses next to a photograph of his uncle, who died July 20 from coronavirus complications. LAURA BRACHE / WFAE

Indocumentados, sin seguro y sin ayuda en tiempos de COVID: Las barreras culturales entre pacientes latinos de COVID-19 y los hospitales

Esta nota es la segunda de una serie que profundiza cómo ha sido afectada la comunidad latina, la hispanohablante y la indocumentada ante la pandemia del coronavirus en Carolina del Norte a través de la historia de la familia Chagoyán de Midland. Laura Brache September 3, 2020 Ana Chagoyán perdió…
Read More
Menu