North Carolina

COVID-19 Resources

Overview

State Executive and Legislative Orders

  • 8/5/2020: Governor of North Carolina, Executive Order No. 155: Extension of Phase 2 Measures to Control Public Health Risks and Save Lives in the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • 7/28/2020: Governor of North Carolina, Executive Order No. 153: Restricting Late Night Service of Alcoholic Beverages 
  • 7/24/2020: Governor of North Carolina, Executive Order No. 152: Extending Certain Health and Human Services Provisions in Previous Executive Orders and Delegation of Authority  
  • 7/16/2020: Governor of North Carolina, Executive Order No. 151: Extension of Phase 2 Measures to Save Lives in the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • 7/14/2020: Governor of North Carolina, Executive Order No. 150: Extending Certain Transportation-Related Provisions in Previous Executive Orders  
  • 7/10/2020: North Carolina Legislature, Senate Bill 232: North Carolina Signed Into Law an Act to Authorize Individuals to Wear Masks and Face Coverings for Health Purposes  
  • 7/2/2020: Governor of North Carolina, Executive Order No. 149: Reissuing Prior Executive Orders on Remote Shareholder and Nonprofit Meetings During COVID-19 
  • 6/26/2020: Governor of North Carolina, Executive Order No. 148: Extending Certain Health and Human Services Provisions in Previous Executive Orders
  • 6/24/2020: Governor of North Carolina, Executive Order No. 147: Extension of Phase 2 Order and New Measures to Save Lives in the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • 6/5/2020: Governor of North Carolina, Press Release: Governor Vetoes HB 536: Temporary Outdoor Restaurants for Outdoor Seating
  • 6/5/2020: Governor of North Carolina, Executive Order No. 144: Extending Certain Health and Human Services Provisions in Previous Executive Orders
  • 6/4/2020: Governor of North Carolina, Executive Order No. 143: Addressing the Disproportionate Impact of COVID-19 on Communities of Color 
  • 5/30/2020: Governor of North Carolina, Executive Order No. 142: Assisting North Carolinians By Placing Temporary Prohibitions on Evictions and Extending the Prohibition on Utility Shut-Offs 
  • 5/20/2020: Governor of North Carolina, Press Release: As Key Indicators Remain Stable, North Carolina Moves to Safer At Home Phase 2
  • 5/20/2020: Governor of North Carolina, Executive Order No. 141: Easing Restrictions on Travel, Business Operations, and Mass Gatherings: Phase 2
  • 5/18/2020: Governor of North Carolina, Executive Order No. 140: Extending Certain Transportation-Related Provisions in Previous Executive Orders
  • 5/12/2020: Executive Order No. 139: Additional Regulatory Flexibility to Meet North Carolina’s Health and Human Services Needs 
  • 5/11/2020: Governor of South Carolina, Press Release: Additional Businesses, Gyms, and Pools are Able to Open on Monday, May 18
  • 5/5/2020: Executive Order No. 138: Easing Restrictions on Travel, Business Operations, and Mass Gatherings: Phase 1 
  • 5/1/2020: Executive Order No. 136: Authorizing and Encouraging Remote Nonprofit Corporation Member and Board Meetings During the COVID-19 State of Emergency 
  • 4/23/2020: Press Release: Governor Shares Three-Phase Plan to Lift Restrictions Based on Virus Trends
  • 4/23/2020: Executive Order No. 135: Extending Stay at Home Order and Orders Limiting Mass Gatherings, Requiring Social Distancing, and Restricting Visitation at Long Term Care Facilities 
  • 4/20/2020: Executive Order No. 134: Allowing Businesses Flexibility to Make Payments that Assist Their Employees During the COVID-19 Pandemic   
  • 4/20/2020: Executive Order No. 133: Extending Certain Transportation Related Provisions in Previous Executive Orders  
  • 4/15/2020: Governor of North Carolina, Shares Path Forward to Reopen North Carolina 
  • 4/9/2020: Executive Order No. 131: Establishing Additional Retail Policies, Risk Mitigation at Long Term Care Facilities, and Streamline Unemployment Insurance Claims  
  • 4/8/2020: Executive Order No. 130: Meeting North Carolina’s Health and Human Services Needs  
  • 4/1/2020: Executive Order No. 125: Authorizing and Encouraging Remote Shareholder Meetings During COVID-19 State of Emergency  
  • 3/31/2020: Executive Order No. 124: Prohibiting Utility Shut-Offs, Providing Guidance About Eviction Restrictions, and Encouraging Banks and Mortgage Services to Assist Customers  
  • 3/30/2020: Executive Order No. 122: Donation or Transfer of State Surplus Property to Assist State Agencies, Local Government, and Schools in Response to Public Health Emergency
  • 3/27/2020: Executive Order No. 121: Stay at Home Order and Strategic Directions for North Carolina in Response to Increasing COVID-19 Cases
  • 3/23/2020: Executive Order No. 120: Additional Limitations on Mass Gatherings, Restrictions on Venues and Long-Term Care Facilities, and Extending the School Closure Date
  • 3/21/2020: Executive Order No. 119: Facilitating Critical Motor Vehicle Operations and Delegating Authority to the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services to Waive Regulations in Order to Expand Access to Child Care and Support Local Health Departments
  • 3/17/2020: Executive Order No. 118: Limiting the Operations of Restaurants and Bars and Broadening Unemployment Insurance Benefits
  • 3/14/2020: Executive Order No. 117: Prohibiting Mass Gatherings and Directing the Statewide Closure of K-12 Public Schools
  • 3/10/2020: Executive Order No. 116: Declaring a State of Emergency

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Judicial Information

Faegre Drinker’s COVID-19 Task Force maintains up-to-date internal resources which track federal, state and local court openings and operations, as well as coronavirus-related judicial opinions. If you have any questions regarding these internal resources or the following judicial information, please contact Stephanie Gutwein

Federal District Courts

Statewide

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