North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has extended the State's Safer at Home Order until July 17. Additionally, the Governor has required the use of face coverings as part of the Executive Order.
Here is a breakdown of other aspects of the Safer at Home Order:
- Vulnerable populations are encouraged to stay at home.
- Restaurants can open for indoor dining at 50 percent capacity with social distancing and increased safety and cleaning protocols.
- Indoor gatherings are limited to no more than 10 people and outdoor gatherings are limited to 25 people.
- Personal care services, grooming, and tattoo businesses may open at 50% capacity with social distancing guidelines and limits on people in waiting areas.
- Swimming pools can open at 50% capacity.
- Bars, gyms, fitness centers, theaters, playgrounds, bowling alleys, skating rinks, museums, exercise facilities, gaming establishments, and night clubs are to remain closed.
Face Coverings Required
Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughan issued an emergency proclamation requiring face coverings to be worn anytime a person will be in contact with other people in public or private spaces where it is not possible to maintain proper social distancing. This declaration takes effect at 5 pm, Tuesday, June 23 and shall remain in effect until it is modified or rescinded by the Mayor. More details are available in the news release.
NC Department Health and Human Services Guidance on Face Masks
NC Phase Two Information:
- Phase II Extension FAQs (Updated June 24)
- Spanish version of Phase II Reopening Order
- Interim Guidance for Restaurants
- Interim Guidance for Places of Worship
- Interim Guidance for Salons, Massage and Personal Care Business Setting
- COVID-19 Grants, Loans & Resources for Small Businesses & Nonprofits
- NC Unemployment Information
- What to do if you feel sick (multiple languages)
- Use of Cloth Face Coverings and Gloves (multiple languages)
- Guilford County Small Business Grant Program
- Dial 2-1-1 or 888-892-1162.
- Get updates by texting COVIDNC to 898211.
Restaurant Expansion into Public Right of Way Permitting
Greensboro restaurants may apply for a special event permit to offer outdoor dining on sidewalks, public streets, or on-street parking areas during NC’s Phase II of reopening, which runs through at least June 26. The City has waived special event permit fees for this purpose. The permitting process includes application review, applicant outreach, and a final site inspection.
Special Event Permit Application Process:
- Download and complete the fillable application.
- Email completed application to email@example.com.
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