Early Closure Times Are Part of the Latest Effort to Slow the Spread of COVID-19

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Early Closure Times Are Part of the Latest Effort to Slow the Spread of COVID-19

Governor Roy Cooper’s latest effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 is a “modified stay at home/early closure” order that will act as a statewide curfew from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Executive Order No. 181 goes into effect at 5 p.m. Friday and lasts through at least Jan. 8.

The order requires restaurants, bars, entertainment venues, personal care businesses, and others to end all on-premises services at 10 p.m. Take-out, delivery, drive-thru, and curbside services are permitted during the curfew hours. The order also stops on-premises alcohol sales at 9 p.m., whether at a bar, restaurant, or by a vendor.

Retail businesses that sell groceries, medication, health care supplies, and fuel may remain open between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m.

Travel to and from work; to obtain food, medical care, fuel, or social services; or to take care of a family member is exempted.

Read more in the State’s Frequently Asked Questions document.

You can find the latest updates online at the NC DHHS COIVD-19 Dashboard by clicking here. For the latest Davie County, NC COVID-19 updates, including information on where to get free testing, visit their website by clicking here.

Davie County Government continues to provide services to residents. Current conditions do require that we adapt and do things differently.  To see a listing of county departments and how they are operating given COVID-19 concerns, please click here.

A COVID-19 hotline is staffed by Public Health Nurses at 336-753-6750 or 336-753-6550.

2020-12-18T17:37:17-05:00

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