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  1. Governor signs orders to help struggling in NC | News ...

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    4 days ago · Apr 1, 2021 On March 30, Governor Roy Cooper signed three Executive Orders. Executive Order 206 extends North Carolina’s statewide residential eviction moratorium through June 30, 2021 in coordination with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)'s recent extension of the nationwide moratorium through the same date.

  2. Governor, Office of | NC.gov

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    4 days ago · Governor Cooper Signs Three Executive Orders to Help Struggling North Carolinians and Boost Economy Mar 30, 2021 - 5:38 pm Tuesday, Mar 30, 2021 5:37 PM Today, Governor Roy Cooper signed three Execut...

  3. North Carolina eviction moratorium explained

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    4 days ago · With many people struggling financially due to this pandemic, the State’s eviction moratorium halts evictions for nonpayment of rent and sets forth certain procedures for landlords and their tenants who may qualify for protection from eviction,” Gov. Cooper’s office said in March. The North Carolina eviction moratorium – established in Executive Order 171 – follows the protections established by the nationwide CDC eviction moratorium.

  4. Gov. Cooper Announces North Carolina Will Relax Some COVID-19 ...

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    4 days ago · RALEIGH: As North Carolina’s trends continue to show improvement and vaccine distribution increases with 31.7% of North Carolinians over 18 having received at least one dose of vaccine, Governor Roy Cooper announced today that the state will continue to ease some COVID-19 restrictions. Executive Order No. 204 will take effect March 26 at 5 pm is set to expire April 30 at 5 pm.

  5. 4 days ago · Gov. Roy Cooper announced he was signing Executive Order 204 on March 23, days ahead of the expiration of Executive Order 195. [ New N.C. executive order will allow for max capacity in some spots as COVID-19 restrictions ease ] “Our sustained progress tell us we can move forward with easing restrictions if we do it safely,” Cooper said.

  6. Mandate Expands Face Covering Requirements in NC ...

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    5 days ago · Citing worsening Coronavirus metrics across the state, Gov. Roy Cooper has expanded his executive order requiring people to wear face coverings in North Carolina. “This Thanksgiving week, our state...

  7. COVID restrictions relaxed | Thomasville Times | hpenews.com

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    3 days ago · next. THOMASVILLE — Local businesses and retailers across the city will now welcome more customers after Gov. Roy Cooper’s most recent executive order went into effect Friday afternoon. Cooper announced the most impactful relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions since the state’s phased reopening in response to the COVID-19 pandemic began months ago. A new emergency order that became effective at 5 p.m. yesterday will allow for up to 100% capacity for retailers, salons and museums as long ...

  8. 4 days ago · In late March, Gov. Roy Cooper signed an executive order allowing restaurants to open at 75% capacity indoors, and outdoors at 100%. Same goes for wineries, breweries, and distilleries. Bars and movie theaters can open at 50% capacity, indoors and out. Cooper also removed the 11 p.m. curfew for alcohol sales.

  9. 5 days ago · Gov. Roy Cooper on Wednesday extended a trio of executive orders allowing for curbside alcohol sales, a halt to evictions and a requirement for people to remain at home from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.

  10. News | caswellmessenger.com

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    4 days ago · On March 30, Governor Roy Cooper signed three Executive Orders. Executive Order 206 extends North Carolina’s statewide residential eviction moratorium through June 30, 2021 in coordination with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)'s recent extension of the nationwide moratori…

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