Skip to content
#WhereWNCBegins | Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | 828-837-2242 | | | |

Welcome to the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce

MURPHY WEATHER

Reopening Guide for NC Businesses and Organizations

On Friday at 5 pm, North Carolina will move to Safer At Home Phase 2. After two weeks in Phase 1, the state’s overall key indicators remain stable but the continued increases in daily case counts signal a need to take a more modest step forward in Phase 2 than originally envisioned.
 
In making the announcement to lift COVID-19 restrictions, Governor Cooper said, “North Carolina is using the data to guide our decisions about when to lift COVID-19 restrictions, and overall our key indicators remain stable. Safer At Home Phase 2 is another careful step forward, and we have to continue taking this virus seriously to prevent a dangerous spike in infections.”
 
“From the beginning, North Carolinians have joined together to confront this crisis. We need to rely upon one another to practice the three Ws [covid19.ncdhhs.gov] as we begin leaving our homes more. When we wear a face covering, wait six feet apart, and wash our hands often, we are showing we care for our loved ones and neighbors,” said Dr. Mandy Cohen.
 
NC DHHS also unveiled an updated COVID-19 Dashboard [covid19.ncdhhs.gov]. The interactive dashboard provides an overview on the metrics and capacities that the state is following to inform decisions to responsibly ease measures that slow the spread of the virus.
 
Phase 2 Resources

 
Interim Guidance for:  
 
Thanks!  Beth
 
Beth Lovette, RN, BSN, MPH
Pronouns:  she, her, hers
Deputy Director
Section Chief, Local and Community Support
Division of Public Health [ncpublichealth.info]   
NC Department of Health and Human Services [ncdhhs.gov]
 
Office:  (919) 707-5001   
Mobile:  (919) 397-6238   
Fax:  (919) 870 4829   
beth.lovette@dhhs.nc.gov
 
5605 Six Forks Road, Building 3
1931 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC  27699-1931

Scroll To Top