Wake County updated its number of coronavirus cases to 17.
According to Wake County officials, 68 people are under investigation who were exposed and have developed symptoms. Of those, 45 tests are pending and 23 are in the process of being tested.
Through contact tracing, 214 people are being monitored because they may have been exposed to the virus.
15 members of the Duke University community who were part of the same overseas travel group tested presumptively positive for COVID-19, officials said Tuesday.
All members of the group will undergo a self-quarantine in their off campus homes when they return to Durham.
Duke Health and Durham County Public Health will work to test other people who traveled with the group.
Four other members of the group were diagnosed with COVID-19 in another country and will remain there until they recover.
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