Well, Governor Roy Cooper may have announced that North Carolina
would move into Phase 2 of his tentative reopening plan, but the actual
details look more like the state will be stuck in Phase 1.5 for five
Restaurants can open at 50 percent capacity and under a pile of
social distancing and sanitizing rules, but bars will not be allowed to
open. Salons will again be allowed to serve customers at 50 percent
capacity, but gyms are not allowed to open. Your kid can now attend day
care or even go off to summer camp, but cannot go to school.
Gatherings are still limited to 10 people, unless you’re in a
Wal-Mart, or a reopened restaurant, or an education facility, or a
church, or a house with a big family for that matter.