Governor Roy Cooper joined a call with the Vice President and governors from around the country.
At 5:30 pm on 16 APR 2020 the Clay County Health Department was made aware that a staff member of the Clay County Care Center had fallen ill and had presented to the Emergency Room at Erlanger West
Governor Roy Cooper today charted a path forward for eventually easing certain COVID-19 restrictions while still protecting North Carolinians from a dangerous second wave of the virus.
Hayesville's town council members decided to forego their April meeting in order to maintain social distancing. Hayesville Mayor Harry Baughn said the group will meet in May.
Governor Cooper Signs Order to Tighten Social Distancing Measures, Strengthen Long-Term Care Rules and Streamline Unemployment Benefits Process
Governor Roy Cooper took action to the address the spread of COVID-19 by issuing stronger social distancing requirements and speeding up the process to get benefits to people out of work through Ex
Governor Cooper Provides Emergency Flexibility to Expand Hospital Beds, Equipment and Personnel during the Pandemic
Executive Order No. 130 Also Waives Rules to make Child Care and Workers Available
Apr 8, 2020
On Wednesday, April 8, Governor Roy Cooper announced that North Carolina has received approval from FEMA to provide housing alternatives, such as hotels, motels, and dormitories, for North Carolini