Guidance

Staying Ahead of the Curve

Phase 1-Easing of Restrictions

Phase 1-Easing of Restrictions

Phase 2-Easing of Restrictions

Phase 2-Easing of Restrictions

Health Care

All Guidance for Health Care Providers and Local Health Departments

All Guidance for Health Care Providers and Local Health Departments

CDC

Dialysis

First Responders

Health Care Settings

Home Care Settings

Laboratory Guidance

Local Health Departments

NCDHHS COVID-19 Long-Term Care Setting Toolkit

Management of Scarce Resources

Pharmaceuticals

Provider Guidance for Patients

Providers

Persons Under Investigation

Personal Protective Equipment

Behavioral Health Long-Term Care Facilities

Long-Term Care Facilities

NCDHHS Toolkit for Long Term Care Facilities

Other Guidance

NC Medicaid Resources

Child Care

Child Care

Child Care

Health Guidance

Payment Information for Child Care Providers

Other Resources

Executive Orders

  • Executive Order 141 lifts the Stay at Home Order moving the state into a Safer at Home Phase 2; allows child care to serve all children in North Carolina; requires child care to follow certain requirements. FAQs (May 20, 2020)
  • Executive Order 138 modifies the Stay at Home Order. FAQs (May 5, 2020)
  • Executive Order 135 extends the Stay at Home Order through May 8, 2020 (April 23, 2020)
  • Executive Order 130 orders essential childcare services for workers responding to the crisis (April 8, 2020)
  • Executive Order 121 issues a statewide Stay at Home order until April 29, 2020. FAQs. (March 27, 2020)
  • Executive Order 120 closes K-12 public school statewide through May 15 (March 23, 2020) 
  • Executive Order 119 waives restrictions to increase access to caregivers to provide flexible child care

Education

Schools

Schools

Colleges and Universities

Businesses

Businesses

Businesses

Restaurants Migrant Farm Workers and Their Employers

Migrant Farm Workers and Their Employers

  • NCDHHS Interim Guidance for Migrant Farm Workers and Their Employers (English | Spanish, March 26, 2020)
Employers for H2B Seafood Processors and Housing Providers

Employers for H2B Seafood Processors and Housing Providers

  • Employers for H2B Seafood Processors and Housing Providers (March 30, 2020, English | Spanish)

Individuals, Families and Communities

Individuals

Individuals

NCDHHS

CDC

U.S. Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights in Action

Mass Gatherings

Mass Gatherings

People Living with HIV People Who Have Disabilities Places of Worship Travel

Housing and Sheltering

Correctional Facilities Homeless Shelters and Housing Providers

Homeless Shelters and Housing Providers