Creates more flexibility in law enforcement training schedules during the state of emergency.

Provides more access to health care beds, expands the pool of health care workers and orders essential child care services for workers responding to COVID-19 pandemic.

Issues stronger social distancing requirements for retail stores still operating, makes earlier COVID-19 guidelines mandatory for nursing facilities and issues changes to speed up certain benefit payments to those who are out of work.

Extends certain provisions in previous executive orders that are related to transportation.

Allows furloughed employees to be eligible for unemployment benefits.

Extends until May 8, North Carolina’s Stay At Home (Executive Order 121) as well as other orders regarding the closures of restaurants for dine-in service, bars and other close-contact businesses 

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