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Timeline of COVID-19 in Wake County

First case of COVID-19 identified in North Carolina in Wake County

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March 3
2018
Wake County opens Emergency Operations Center to coordinate county-wide operations
March 5
2018
Wake County declares State of Emergency in response to COVID-19

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March 13
2018
Wake County signs new State of Emergency declaration requiring some businesses to close

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March 22
2018
Wake County shifts to mitigation strategy to slow COVID-19 spread within community

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March 24
2018
Wake County issues Stay-At-Home mandate

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March 26
2018
Wake County Board of Commissioners approves $8.8M emergency funds appropriation to support COVID-19 operations

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April 6
2018
First COVID-19 outbreak identified at long-term care facility

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April 9
2018
Wake County reports first COVID-19-related death

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April 15
2018
Stay-at-Home order extended through April 30; changes restrictions for retailers and faith organizations

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April 16
2018
Wake County to follow Governor’s Stay-At-Home Order starting May 1

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April 29
2018
Transition to Phase 1 of Gov. Roy Cooper’s easing of certain COVID-19 restrictions.

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May 8
2018
‘Wake Forward’ relief program provides $5 million to support small businesses affected by COVID-19

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May 19
2020
Transition to Phase 2 of Gov. Roy Cooper’s easing of certain COVID-19 restrictions.

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May 22
2020
Gov. Roy Cooper extends Phase 2 of COVID-19 restrictions and adds state requirement for face coverings.

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June 26
2020