Friday, April 17: While officials agree that most community members are doing a great job following the Stay-at-Home Order, the new update provides additional guidelines around face coverings, farmers markets, and activities for realtors.
Durham City and County Governments made an additional update to their combined Stay-At-Home Orders for all residents on Friday, April 17, 2020, in response to the community spread of COVID-19. Overall, officials agree that most people in our community are doing a great job at social distancing and staying home. According to Mayor Steve Schewel and Durham Board of County Commissioners Chair Wendy Jacobs, the purpose of this update is intended to focus on three specific areas: Wearing Face Coverings, Rules for Farmers Markets, and New Guidelines for Realtors.
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