Governor Roy Cooper announced earlier today (November 10, 2020) that Phase 3 coronavirus restrictions will remain in place for the time being. However, due to an increase in the number of coronavirus cases and the upcoming holidays, the attendance cap on indoor gatherings is being lowered. As a result, the new restrictions will limit indoor meeting attendance to 10 (reduced from 25) “at the same time in a single confined indoor or outdoor space, such as an auditorium, stadium, arena, or meeting hall.” Such requirements should be taken into account when planning any association in-person membership or board meeting.
The full Executive Order #176 can be found at Further Extension of the Phase 3 Order.
For any HOA/condo meeting advice, contact one of the community association attorneys in the Greensboro, Charlotte, Raleigh or Wilmington offices of Law Firm Carolinas.