COVID-19 Advisory

A “Safer-at-Home” order is in effect in North Carolina.
Face coverings are required statewide in public places.
For information and helpful resources, visit our COVID-19 response portal. Read More


Resources for Hospitality Business Owners and Employees

Updated Aug. 5, 2020, 5pm

North Carolina is currently under a “Safer-at-Home” order and is in Phase 2 of its reopening plan.

See a quick summary of what is NOT allowed and what IS allowed here.

Face coverings are required statewide in public places.
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FAQ on cloth face coverings


North Carolina has a three-phase plan to reopen the state and restore businesses and ease travel restrictions.

For an overview of the current phase and next phase, see below.

We are in Phase 2 through at least Fri., Sept. 11

Safer at Home Phase 2

Phase 3

“Phase 3 will likely ease even more restrictions on businesses and increase occupancy and mass gathering limits, but this is subject to the data. Social distancing, hand hygiene and use of cloth face coverings will still be recommended. Depending on state COVID-19 trends, restrictions may be lifted more slowly or some restrictions may have to be reinstated to ensure the health and safety of North Carolinians.”

For hospitality business owners