Reopening Cabarrus Phase 2 Information and Tools

Phases-List

General Reopening Information

Phase Two Reopening Information (Governor’s Website)
Phase Two Reopening FAQ (PDF)

 It is important to note:

  • If infections spike or benchmark trends begin to move in the wrong direction, the state may move to a previous phase to protect public health.
  • The best science and data available will be used to make all decisions and continue consultation with business and industry leaders.

3 S’s: Screening, Signage and Sanitation 

"Core Signage, Screening, and Sanitation Requirements" are the following actions which establishments open to the public under the terms of this Executive Order must follow, namely:

  1. Post the Emergency Maximum Occupancy in a noticeable place. (Click for Sample Signage)
  2. Post signage reminding attendees, customers, and workers about social distancing (staying at least six (6) feet way from others) and requesting that people who have been symptomatic with fever and/or cough not enter. (Click for Sample Signage)
  3. Conduct daily symptom screening of workers, using a standard interview questionnaire of symptoms, before workers enter the workplace. (Sample Screening Checklist: English  -  Spanish)
  4. Immediately isolate and remove sick workers.
  5. Perform frequent and routine environmental cleaning and disinfection of high-touch areas with an EPA-approved disinfectant for SARS-CoV-2 (the virus the causes COVID-19). (CDC Guidance for Cleaning & Disinfecting) (PDF)

Business Information

Working Safe - Best Practices for Employers  (PDF)
Guidance for Temperature Screening and Symptom Checks (PDF)
Cabarrus Chamber of Commerce – Smart Restart (Link)
Implementing Safety Practices for Critical Infrastructure Workers (PDF)
CDC Guidance for Cleaning & Disinfecting (PDF)
Count On Me NC Program - Information covered in the Count On Me NC Program includes businesses that are to remained closed during Phase 2.

Worship, religious, and spiritual gatherings, funeral ceremonies, wedding ceremonies, and other activities constituting the exercise of First Amendment rights are exempt from all the requirements of this Executive Order and Executive Order Nos. 121 and 138, notwithstanding any other provision of this Executive Order or of Executive Order Nos. 121 and 138. 

Daycare Information

Swimming Pools

Youth Programs and Camps

CDC Youth Programs and Camps During COVID-19 Decision Tree