Cooper: Schools Can Open in August, in a Fashion, but Businesses Still Restricted for Another Three Weeks | Beaufort County Now | Matthew Burns with WRAL TV reports on the Governor's press conference this afternoon (7-14-20) | beaufort observer, governor, roy cooper, school reopening, lockdown, coronavirus, covid-19, july 15, 2020

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Cooper: Schools Can Open in August, in a Fashion, but Businesses Still Restricted for Another Three Weeks

    Matthew Burns with WRAL TV reports on the Governor's press conference this afternoon (7-14-20) in which he announced school could open in August with adaptations to protect students and staff but that Phase II restrictions on businesses would remain in place for at least another three more weeks. You can read the story below:

  • Public schools across North Carolina can reopen next month with limited attendance and continued online instruction as the state continues to deal with the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Roy Cooper said Tuesday.
  • Additionally, Cooper said he plans to keep the state in "Phase 2" of a three-part plan to reopen businesses and resume social activities during the pandemic for at least three more weeks as the number of infections and hospitalizations continue to climb.

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    Read the full article HERE at WRAL.


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