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RALEIGH, N.C. (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) – North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper announced Friday that he signed an Executive Order to extend the COVID-19 State of Emergency until July 30.

“We are seeing tremendous improvement with fewer cases, hospitalizations, deaths and safety restrictions, but this is no time to hang up a “Mission Accomplished” banner in our fight against the pandemic,” said Gov. Cooper. “We are laser-focused on getting more shots in arms, boosting our economy and protecting unvaccinated people from the virus and this Executive Order is essential for those efforts.”