RALEIGH, NC (FOX Carolina) – North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper announced Tuesday that a statewide curfew on alcohol sales in restaurants will begin on Friday.
“To drive down numbers and continue our trends moving in the right direction, we’re announcing today a statewide curfew on the sale of alcohol at restaurants. Effective this Friday, July 31, restaurants must stop selling alcoholic drinks after 11 p.m.,” Cooper said.
Bars have not yet been permitted to reopen in North Carolina.
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