North Carolina public schools closed for two weeks amid coronavirus outbreak, governor says
School closings begin Monday
Updated: 5:05 PM EDT Mar 14, 2020
In an executive order, Gov. Roy Cooper directed all K-12 public schools in North Carolina to close. The closures will begin Monday and last for two weeks.The executive order also stops all mass gatherings of more than 100 people.Gov. Cooper said officials are working to limit the coronavirus outbreak. There are 23 COVID-19 cases in North Carolina.
In an executive order, Gov. Roy Cooper directed all K-12 public schools in North Carolina to close. The closures will begin Monday and last for two weeks.
The executive order also stops all mass gatherings
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