Valley Stream, New York 2021-05-15 00:39:32 –
North Carolina (WSPA) – Many changes have been made to the Covid-19 regulations in North Carolina. Governor Roy Cooper announced on Friday that companies no longer need to operate at reduced capacity and eliminate the need for masks in most indoor and outdoor settings.
Governor Cooper’s announcement comes shortly after the CDC, which announced that fully vaccinated people could safely carry out most activities without the need for masks or social distance.
According to the Governor’s Office, more than 7.7 million coronavirus vaccines have been given to North Carolina residents. The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services has reported strong public health recommendations to keep people protecting each other until more people are vaccinated.
This is the case for Moe’s Original BBQ workers in Hendersonville.
“The main thing we are doing here is that everyone here still has to wear a mask because you know, we care about each other here.” Said Shane Carter, Moe’s original barbecue front of house worker. “We all have a family at home, wives and children, so we wear masks here, mainly for the safety of everyone around here.”
According to Carter, the customer’s choice of whether to wear a mask is optional.
“Therefore, we don’t force customers to wear masks,” Carter said. “But if they are wearing masks, we won’t know you, the governor says you need to wear it and this and that.”
Diane Dean is an artist in a gallery along the main street.
She is still in the fence.
“It’s not entirely clear yet whether we’re ready to get someone inside without a mask,” Dean said. “So, looking at the sign-up tonight, we’re around a lot of people without masks, so it’s a little hard for us to decide.”
She said it had more to do with not knowing anyone is Vaccination.
“We want everyone to be honest so that everyone can be safe,” Dean said. “And I think we need to figure out what will happen.”
Gabriele Hoffmann is vaccinated.
She agrees with Dean that you don’t know what others believe, so she suggested it’s best to do your best for you.
“I think you need to use your common sense for your own health and maybe for the health of others,” Hoffman said.
For Lydia and Brandon of the Jones family, Friday night was the first date night in a long time.
“It makes a lot of sense for everyone you see,” said Brandon Jones. “No, I’m totally cool with that.”
When Seven News talked to them, they couldn’t even take a seat at the restaurant they wanted to go to because it was full.
Brandon Jones said he was happy to see things return to their pre-pandemic state.
“Normal,” Jones said. “Whatever it is, we have been in a normal state for a year.”
According to the latest update, local governments and businesses it can You still need to wear a mask.
According to the Governor’s Office, masks should also be worn in certain environments such as public transport, clinics and hospitals, and in nursing homes and other nursing homes.
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