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A Stay at Home Proclamation for residents of Cabarrus County, the cities of Concord and Kannapolis, and the towns of Harrisburg, Midland and Mt. Pleasant went into effect Thursday, March 26 at 5 p.m. The Proclamation was revised Tuesday, March 31 to align with the State of North Carolina’s Order and further clarify information in the Cabarrus County Stay-at-Home Proclamation.
The Stay-at-Home Proclamation is designed to continue preventing the spread of COVID-19 in our community. The Proclamation directs residents to shelter at home and limit travel outside the home beyond handling specific essential needs. County leaders will continually review the Proclamation, and it may be revised or extended based on recommendations from the Cabarrus Health Alliance and Cabarrus County Emergency Management.
According to the Proclamation, Cabarrus residents should stay at their homes, but can leave to “provide or receive certain essential services or engage in certain essential activities and work for essential businesses and governmental services.”
Essential businesses or operations include healthcare and public health operations, human services operations, essential government functions and essential infrastructure. All these functions are fully outlined in the Proclamation.
Read the full revised Proclamation here.
Read an FAQ on the Proclamation here.