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N.C. Ends Crowd Limits, Most Mask Mandates

N.C. Ends Crowd Limits, Most Mask Mandates

Effective Immediately, North Carolina is lifting all mandatory capacity and gathering limits as well as all social distancing requirements. Governor Roy Cooper announced the latest round of eased restrictions Friday afternoon. Also, some of the state’s mask mandates are being lifted. In most settings, indoors and outdoors, North Carolinians are no longer required to wear…read more »

N.C. To Lift Outdoor Mask Rule, Raise Gathering Limits

N.C. To Lift Outdoor Mask Rule, Raise Gathering Limits

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper has decided to lift the state’s outdoor mask mandate. He is also increasing indoor and outdoor gathering limits. Starting Friday, 100 people can assemble indoors and 200 people may gather outdoors. The Democratic governor has said he hopes to further ease restrictions and possibly eliminate the…read more »

Gov. Cooper Anticipating Loosened Restrictions By June 1

Gov. Cooper Anticipating Loosened Restrictions By June 1

North Carolina continues to make progress in its fight against the coronavirus. Gov. Roy Cooper on Wednesday said, despite a slight increase recently, the state’s COVID-19 trends remain stable. Cooper also says North Carolina in among the states with the fewest deaths and job losses per capita due to the pandemic. Gov. Cooper says he…read more »

Governor: Further Easing Of COVID-19 Restrictions Begins Friday

Governor: Further Easing Of COVID-19 Restrictions Begins Friday

North Carolina will continue to ease its coronavirus restrictions later this week.  At a press briefing Tuesday, Gov. Roy Cooper said North Carolina continues to see improvements in its COVID-19 metrics.  So, Gov. Cooper says the state can start easing some of its maximum occupancy limits starting this Friday, March 26, at 5 PM. Under…read more »

Gov. Cooper: COVID-19 Curfew To Be Lifted On Friday

Gov. Cooper: COVID-19 Curfew To Be Lifted On Friday

North Carolina prepares to start easing COVID-19 restrictions. With the number of newly reported cases and hospitalizations trending in the right direction, Gov. Roy Cooper Wednesday announced the end of the statewide 10 PM until 5 AM curfew starting on Friday. Also under the new executive order: Some outdoor businesses will be able to operate…read more »

State’s COVID Curfew Extended Until Feb. 28

State’s COVID Curfew Extended Until Feb. 28

North Carolina’s modified stay-at-home order will remain in place until the end of February. On Wednesday, Gov. Roy Cooper announced the extension of the order, which essentially establishes a  curfew in the state due to the coronavirus. North Carolina’s 10 PM curfew remains in place, as well as the state’s mask mandate, mass gathering limits…read more »

Cooper Extends Modified Stay-At-Home Order

Cooper Extends Modified Stay-At-Home Order

Governor Roy Cooper is extending North Carolina’s modified stay-at-home order. Wednesday, Gov. Cooper announced the executive order would remain in place for an additional three weeks. The modified stay-at-home order requires residents to stay home between the hours of 10 PM and 5 AM. Gov. Cooper says residents are urged to not go places indoors…read more »

Governor Suggests Options For Safe Holiday Gatherings

Governor Suggests Options For Safe Holiday Gatherings

With coronavirus cases still spiking across North Carolina, Gov. Roy Cooper is offering some advice for celebrating over the forthcoming holidays.  During a media briefing Tuesday, Cooper reminded the safest option is to connect virtually or over-the-phone.  If you are gathering in-person, the governor suggests: Keep gatherings small and outdoors Get a COVID-19 test beforehand…read more »

GOVERNOR: Modified Stay-At-Home Order Begins Friday

GOVERNOR: Modified Stay-At-Home Order Begins Friday

North Carolina will be under a modified stay-at-home order starting this Friday, December 11. Gov. Roy Cooper announced the new restrictions Tuesday during a media briefing where he called North Carolina’s current COVID-19 trends “alarming.” Under the modified stay-at-home order: Residents are required to stay at home between 10 PM and 5 AM Businesses, including…read more »

Cooper: State To Remain Paused In Phase 3

Cooper: State To Remain Paused In Phase 3

North Carolina will remain paused in Phase 3 of its reopening plan. Gov. Roy Cooper made the announcement Tuesday as the state saw another 2,582 laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 added in the past 24 hours. Gov. Cooper is also lowering the indoor gather size limit from 25 down to just 10 persons. The restrictions are…read more »

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