Monthly Archives: May 2020

State officials call Phase One ‘cautious step forward’

By John Trump | Carolina Journal News Service RALEIGH — Gov. Roy Cooper is easing restrictions on North Carolinians because of COVID-19, but the stay-at-home order remains in place. Cooper said Tuesday, May, 5, that he signed an executive order allowing the state to enter Phase One of a plan to reopen the state, though restaurants, private clubs, hair salons, and gyms will remain closed. “We are easing restrictions in a data-driven way,” Cooper said in a news conference. Phase One begins Friday at 5 p.m., and Phase Two, which further eases restrictions, could begin May 22, if key metrics regar…

ReOpenNC rally continues

Police on rooftops. Drones surveill No flags at Governor’s Mansion By Raynor James | Coastal Carolina Taxpayers Association RALEIGH – We gathered in the parking lot on Jones Street. Media types came over and interviewed people. My husband Hal was interviewed four or five times (maybe more). There was lively music playing. There were supposed to be portable toilets there, but we were told that the permit for them had been denied, so there were no facilities of that sort. One man told us he had asked a police officer about it, and was told that “public urination” would be a cause for ar…

Pamlico County Identifies Eighth Case of COVID-19

Pamlico County, NC- On May 1st, 2020 at 12:00 hours the Pamlico County Health Department received confirmation of a positive test result regarding a citizen who was tested for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) on April 28th , 2020. The individual has been in isolation since the test date. Pamlico County currently has Two (2) persons under investigation for Positive Test Results and Six (6) persons in a RECOVERED st at us. Pam lico County Health Department and the Pamlico County COVID-19 Task Force are working at this time to conduct cont act tracing under State Protocols to make sure anyone who cam…
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