President Donald Trump and the coronavirus task force ended the 30 days to reduce the spread campaign in April as the U.S. government continued to flatten the curve and work toward reopening the economy.
In North Carolina, Gov. Roy Cooper is beginning phase one of his administration’s approach to reopen the state, as North Carolina falls behind the pace of neighboring states. In Georgia, South Carolina, and Virginia, their states have loosened stay-at-home restrictions and moved to open many businesses shuttered in March and April.
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RALEIGH – Senate Leader Phil Berger (R-Eden) released a statement Friday afternoon saying a Republican state senator tested positive for COVID-19 this week. “Earlier this morning, I was alerted that a member of the Republican […]