For the latest North Carolina Executive and Secretarial Orders, you may click here to view that NC GOV site.
NC Department of Health and Human Services has established a dashboard that tracks total number of COVID cases, current hospitalizations, deaths, and other information at the county and state level. You can access the dashboard here.
Davidson County Health Department has established a dashboard that is published regularly that has local information regarding COVID-related cases. You can access the dashboard here.
April 29: Executive Order No. 209 which removed the outdoor Face Covering requirement, loosened restrictions on gatherings, and extended the capacity limitations and social distancing measures of Executive Order No. 204. Click here to view EO 210.
March 25: Governor Cooper has announced a new Executive Order lifting additional restrictions for businesses. The new order goes into effect on Friday, March 26.
The new Federal American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 has significant funding for a variety of programs to help support businesses and families adversely affected by the pandemic. A summary from the U.S. Treasury can be viewed by following this link.
January 15: NC DHHS has created a website with information on the vaccination program here.
December 29: The Governor issued Executive Order 183, which provides for restaurants and bars to sell mixed beverages to-go or for delivery, under certain circumstances. Read the Order and FAQ below for details.
December 21: City Council adopted a resolution Combatting the COVID-19 Pandemic at their Council Meeting. The resolution does not create any new regulations, but does encourage the public to protect themselves, their families, and the community by wearing masks, staying home as much as possible, and other common-sense actions we can all take.
December 20: Latest Vaccine information and winter holiday celebration guidance provided by NC DHHS. For those interested in learning more about the vaccine and distribution process see these documents:
December 9: Governor Cooper has issued Executive Order #181, which is a modified "Stay At Home" order. The order closes many retail and restaurant businesses at an earlier time, and creates a curfew. Please read the order and the FAQ below for more information.
November 25: Governor Cooper has issued Executive Order #180, which requires face coverings in more situations, including at gyms, restaurants, and indoor retail facilities. It also includes enforcement by local police for those that refuse to wear masks and do not fall into an exemption category. Read the order and FAQs here: Executive Order 180 - Face Coverings Requirements with FAQ.
November 11: Governor Cooper has issued Executive Order # 176, which extends the Phase 3 reopening until 5:00 PM on December 4, 2020. This order also reduces the maximum capacity for indoor events to 10 people.
October 30: Governor Cooper has issued Executive Order #171, which clarifies evictions based upon CDC guidelines. See below for more information.