Governor Roy Cooper orders bars and restaurants to close in North Carolina, takeout and delivery only

North Carolina Governor, Roy Cooper has ordered all restaurants and bars in his state to close effective 5 p.m. Tuesday.

Those restaurants and/or bars will be allowed to continue their takeout and delivery services, according to Cooper.

Governor Cooper and members of the Coronavirus Task Force are holding a media briefing Tuesday at 2 p.m., where they will announce the executive order.

 

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services reported 40 people have tested positive for the novel coronavirus as of Tuesday morning.

The cases are spread across 16 counties:

  • 15 cases in Wake County
  • 1 case in Durham County
  • 1 case in Chatham County
  • 3 cases in Harnett County
  • 2 cases in Johnston County
  • 1 case in Sampson County
  • 1 case in Wayne County
  • 1 case in Wilson County
  • 7 cases in Mecklenburg County
  • 1 case in Iredell County
  • 1 case in Cabarrus County
  • 2 cases in Forsyth County
  • 1 case in Watauga County
  • 1 case in Brunswick County
  • 1 case in Onslow County
  • 1 case in Craven County

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