North Carolina: The Official Stance for Construction
Construction Status: Essential
Orders/Effective From: Phased Reopening 2/May 8, 2020
Earlier a statewide stay at home order was implemented until April 30 after several cities and counties announced the stay at home orders. However, the latest announcement has to lead to its extension until May 8, 2020.
After looking at the improvement in the position of state against COVID-19, the office of the Governor of North Carolina has announced a shift from stay at home to safer at home orders on May 20, 2020 moving into the second phase of reopening after the orders from May 8, 2020.
Governing Body: The Office Of Governor Roy Cooper
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Questions about Construction during COVID-19?
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FAQs: Status of Construction
•The city of Durham Read the order
•Mecklenburg County and the City of Charlotte Read the proclamation
•Pitt County Read the proclamation
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•NC Executive Order Announcing Sweeping Expansion of Unemployment Insurance Benefits •Unemployment Insurance Changes Due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) •Executive Order 134: Allowing businesses the flexibility to make payments that assist their employees during the COVID-19 pandemic
Apart from these, Federal orders related to SBA loan guidance were also introduced to construction firms and contractors.
•Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Information Sheet: Borrowers (US Department of the Treasury) •Families First Coronavirus Response Act