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.
If you have questions, please contact Alex Elkan or Ed Turlington, linked below.
Brooks Pierce is dedicated to keeping our clients fully informed during the COVID-19 crisis. For more information, please visit our COVID-19 Response Resources page.
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