AFTER ENCOURAGING PROGRESS

NC MOVES INTO PHASE 1 OF REOPENING

NEW EXECUTIVE ORDER PUTS NC IN PHASE 1 UNTIL AT LEAST 22 MAY 2020

5 MAY 2020

Gov Cooper announces modified stay at home order

Nearly two weeks after Gov. Roy Cooper detailed his three-phase plan for reopening the state, he announced yesterday that he plans to modify North Carolina's stay-at-home and transition into Phase 1 starting Friday, May 8 at 5 p.m. 


So what does that mean, exactly?

  • The order allows retail businesses to open under certain restrictions: They have to operate at 50% normal capacity, require customers to stand six feet apart, perform frequent cleanings, provide hand sanitizer if possible and screen workers for COVID-19 symptoms. 

  • People are allowed to leave their homes for commercial activity such as shopping at the newly opened retail stores. 

  • Bars, personal care businesses (hair and nail salons), entertainment venues and gyms will remain closed, and restaurants will continue to be restricted to drive-through, takeout and delivery. 

  • Outdoor gatherings of 10 or fewer people will be permitted. 

  • Childcare facilities and summer day camps can open under strict cleaning guidelines. 

  • Retirement and senior-living homes will remain closed to outside visitors. 

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