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NC's "Staying Ahead of the Curve" Three-Phase Plan: Part 1

COVID-19 Resource Center ,

This information is from the NC.gov website, here.


North Carolina is taking, a three-phased approach – based on data from testing, tracing and trends and in consultation with members of the business community – to lift restrictions in place to slow the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic and save lives.

At 5 p.m. on Friday, May 8, 2020, North Carolina will move into Phase 1 of the plan. The Stay at Home Order remains in place with some modifications.

Below is a general overview of what Phase 1 means for North Carolina. View a list of frequently asked questions about the governor's modified Stay at Home Order.

graphic of differences between stay at home order and phase 1 lifting