This week, Governor Roy Cooper tightened mask requirements and enforcement and again extended North Carolina’s Phase 3.0 COVID-19 restrictions. His new Executive Order 180 is effective on Nov. 25, 2020 at 5 p.m. and extends Phase 3.0 restrictions (first detailed in Executive Order 169) through 5 p.m. on Dec. 11, 2020.
What are the major changes under this Order?
Under this Order:
• A face covering will now be required in all indoor settings if there are non-household members present, regardless of the distance away.
o Under previous executive orders, face coverings were ... Read More
This week, Governor Roy Cooper extended and modified North Carolina’s Phase 3.0 COVID-19 restrictions effective through 5 p.m. on Dec. 4, 2020. His new Executive Order 176 extends and modifies the Phase 3 restrictions that were first detailed in Executive Order 169 and extended in Executive Order 170.
What changes under the new Order?
• The Phase 3 measures are extended for another three weeks, through Dec. 4, 2020.
• The Mass Gathering Limit for indoor spaces is reduced from 25 to 10 people.
What remains the same under Phase 3?
• The outdoor Mass Gathering limit remains ... Read More
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