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Guilford County issued a stay-at-home order effective March 30, 2020. Learn more about how the stay-at-home order impacts travel, events, and businesses. Preferred language option is available in the top right corner of the webpage.


Stay-At-Home Frequently Asked Questions - English
Stay-At-Home Frequently Asked Questions - Spanish
Stay-At-Home Frequently Asked Questions - Arabic
Stay-At-Home Frequently Asked Questions - French


Watch a short video explaining the importance of staying at home, what is acceptable, and more. Also available in Spanish, French, Arabic, Swahili, Nepali, Vietnamese and Rhade.

  • It is acceptable to make essential trips to grocery stores, pharmacies, and go to doctor’s appointments.
  • Restaurants can still offer delivery and pick up.
  • Outdoor exercise is encouraged as long as people maintain 6 feet or 2 meters of physical distance. However, playgrounds may increase spread of COVID-19, and therefore shall be closed.
  • You do not need a permission slip to travel in the City of Greensboro. There is no curfew.
  • Review the list of Frequently Asked Questions above for a list of businesses that should close.

Questions about whether or not to report to work? Please contact your employer.