North Carolina Update COVID-19 From Governor
- Even though North Carolina has entered Phase I of of easing certain COVID-19 restrictions, a Stay at Home order remains in effect. "It is better to stay at home, if you can," Gov. Roy Cooper urged Friday.
- Remember the three Ws if you must leave home: wear a face covering; wait 6 feet apart from others; and wash your hands frequently, for at least 20 seconds.
- Beginning Saturday, May 9, 29 state parks will begin a phased reopening that includes most roads, trails, boat ramps and restrooms. Campgrounds, picnic shelters, swim areas, playgrounds, visitor centers and other common gathering areas, however, will remain closed.
- Joined by leaders of the N.C. General Assembly, Gov. Cooper, on May 4, signed two COVID-19 relief bills providing more than $1.5 billion in in emergency funding. View Senate Bill 704 and House Bill 1043.
First Hmong Alliance COVID-19 Update
First Hmong Alliance will be closed until further notice. Please contact Rev. Billy (828.455.7854) or Yer Yang (828.244.8402) if you have any questions.