Gov. Roy Cooper COVID 19 update: Some North Carolina businesses allowed to fully reopen as coronavirus cases fall – ABC11 Raleigh-Durham
Gov. Roy Cooper said capacity will be increased for a wide variety of businesses and other restrictions will be lifted beginning Friday.
Here are the main changes: Some places will be able to increase capacity up to 100% indoors and outdoors with safety protocols in place. They include museums, aquariums, retail businesses and shops, salons and personal care shops.
— Governor Roy Cooper (@NC_Governor)
The alcohol curfew will be eliminated beginning Friday, which will allow restaurants and bars to sell adult beverages any time they choose.
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Hope and hesitancy from Triangle customers as more restrictions life
Triangle customers are talking to us about their willingness to go back inside places like restaurants and movie theaters after Gov. Cooper announced the lifting of more COVID restrictions at week’s end.
TONIGHT AT 11: the hope and hesitancy from some local residents. #abc11 pic.twitter.com/pNRkuaNJLu
— Joel Brown (@JoelBrownABC11)
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