Gov. Roy Cooper Has Lifted North Carolina’s COVID-19 State of Emergency
On Tuesday, Gov. Cooper lifted North Carolina’s COVID-19 State of Emergency through an executive order yesterday after more than two years. What this means is that the State of Emergency that was declared by Executive Order 11 6 on March 10, 2020, is hereby rescinded effective as of the end of the day on August 15, 2022. All other provisions of Executive Order No. 116, and all other Executive Orders conditioned upon the State of Emergency declared in Executive Order No. 116 are also rescinded as of that date and time.