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Wed Nov 18, 2020, 06:21 PM

Covid-19 Update: Gov Cooper, 11-17 & Dr. Cohen, 11-18

Governor Cooper 11/17/2020



Dr. Mandy Cohen, NCDHHS

https://video.unctv.org/video/covid-19-update-with-dr-mandy-cohen-november-18-2020-niyqse/

COVID-19 Update with Dr. Mandy Cohen
11/18/2020 | 26m 46s |Video has closed captioning.

The number of coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and percent positive tests are at record highs. We ask why and what can be done about it as we talk with DHHS Secretary Dr. Mandy Cohen. Also, Dr. Cohen discusses the new guidance regarding Thanksgiving gatherings.

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Wed Nov 18, 2020, 10:59 PM

1. From USA Today

NORTH CAROLINA
Restrictions are unchanged in North Carolina
Updated Nov. 8, 2020

With COVID-19 and coronavirus numbers on the rise again, North Carolina will remain in Phase three of its coronavirus reopening steps for another three weeks, Gov. Roy Cooper announced Oct. 21. Bars, movie theaters and entertainment venues could reopen in limited capacities on the evening of Oct. 2. Public schools could return all their kindergarten through fifth grade students to full-time in-person instruction starting Oct. 5. Cooper eased some of the remaining pandemic-related restrictions on North Carolina businesses, allowing gyms and museums to reopen Sept. 4 with strict social distancing and capacity rules in place.

Stay-at-home order: Started March 30, 2020; ended on May 8, 2020

Affected sectors: Retail, Entertainment

Caseload: The number of confirmed new cases is growing, with 20,053 for the seven days ending November 17 compared to 17,065 the seven days prior.

Mobility: For the seven days ending Nov. 14, 2020, the share of residents leaving their homes was about 1.03% less than the seven days prior, data from SafeGraph show.

Read more: https://www.citizen-times.com/story/news/2020/10/21/north-carolina-phase-3-coronavirus-lockdown-extended-three-weeks/3718571001/

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