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Chamber Information

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Bart Rice – Small Business Center Director,
910-592-7176 or brice@sampsoncc.edu

Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce,
910-592-6177 or info@clintonsampsonchamber.org

Mary Rose – Planning Director/Main Street Director,
mmr@cityofclintonnc.com

Stephen Barrington – Executive Director of Sampson County Economic Commission,
910-592-8921 or sbarrington@sampsonedc.com

Randi Kelly – Small Town Mainstreet Coordinator (Roseboro)
910-990-4478 or girlkellogg@gmail.com

Coronavirus Resources

Phase Two Comparison

May 20, 2020 Executive Order 141 – Update

Executive Order 141 FAQs

Governor Roy Cooper has issued Executive Order 141, which is a statewide restriction on businesses all across North Carolina. Scroll to Page 5 of the document below to see how these rules will effect you.

Here’s what’s now closed: 

All entertainment facilities (movie theaters, health clubs, and yoga studios).
Any gathering of 10+ people

Here’s what businesses and employees are still permitted to work:

Businesses that are Permitted to Reopen in Phase 2

Most businesses that were permitted to be open in Phase 1 may remain open in Phase 2. Any business open to the public must follow the following requirements for signage, screening, and sanitation:

  1. Post the Emergency Maximum Occupancy (as defined in the Order) in a noticeable place;
  2. Post signage reminding attendees, customers, and workers about social distancing and requesting that people who have been symptomatic with a fever or cough are not to enter;
  3. Conduct daily symptom screening of workers before workers enter the workplace;
  4. Immediately isolate and remove sick workers; and
  5. Perform frequent and routine environmental cleaning and disinfection of high-touch areas.

Work from Home.
Restaurants.
Personal care, grooming, and tattoo businesses.
Essential Businesses and Operations (As defined in the order).
Outdoor Businesses or Services ( construction related contractors, lawn maintenance, equipment repair or maintenance, etc.) that consistently practice Physical Distancing Requirements.
Indoor and outdoor pools.
Any business providing nonessential goods and services may continue to operate, provided they do so via curbside, delivery, mail order, or virtual/web service only.

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