In a news conference Tuesday, North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper said he will be making announcements later this week on how the state will proceed on safely opening back up from the coronavirus impacts.
The original stay-at-home order is set to expire on April 29, and Gov. Cooper said revisions to that order are coming soon. He also said decisions on what will be done with the remainder of the school year will likely be coming this week as well.
“First, we will be announcing this week as part of our plan moving forward to ease restrictions, we’ll be making an announcement regarding the executive orders that are in place and set to expire at the end of the month,” Gov. Cooper said. “We’ll be making an announcement probably this week regarding what we’ll do with the schools.”
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