This week, Governor Roy Cooper extended four Executive Orders issued previously to address the COVID crisis.
The Orders extended this week are the following:
- EO 189, Modified “Stay at Home,” was extended through Feb. 28. Brooks Pierce Client Alert on the earlier “Stay at Home” Order.
- EO 190, Delivery and Carry Out of Certain Alcoholic Beverages, was extended through March 31.
- EO 191, Evictions and Expedited Unemployment Claims, was extended through March 31.
- EO 192, Transportation Provisions, was extended through Feb. 28.
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