Healthy Travel Information

August 5, 2020

For Your Safety and Peace of Mind When Visiting Cabarrus County, NC

Much has changed since the pandemic began, but the well-being of our visitors and community remains our highest priority.

COVID-19 Update

North Carolina is currently in Phase 2 of a three-phase reopening plan which lifts the Stay At Home Order and moves the state to a Safer At Home recommendation. Phase 2 remains in place until September 11, 2020, unless changed or cancelled.

Most hotels are open, restaurants are operating at 50% capacity for dine-in service and many attractions remain closed. People are required to wear face coverings in public spaces, whether inside or outside, where physical distancing of 6 feet is not possible. Learn more about current restrictions with these Frequently Asked Questions.

While some restrictions have eased, the Cabarrus County Visitor Center located at 10099 Weddington Road in Concord remains closed. As we do our part and practice social distancing, we are here to assist you from home. Contact us via email at Hey@VisitCabarrus.com, through live chat on the homepage or by calling 800-848-3740.

Educated travel decisions are extremely important during this time. We’ll continue to share relevant resources from trusted partners here to best assist you.

When you’re back in the driver’s seat and ready to travel again, here are a few things to know as you plan a visit to Cabarrus County.

Visitor Information Center

Keep an eye on our social channels to learn when the Visitor Center is reopened. As soon as it is, rest assured that when you arrive, you’ll find we’ve taken important steps to stop the spread of anything but helpful information and hospitality. To protect everyone who walks through our doors, we’re implementing enhanced cleaning practices and have completed North Carolina’s COVID-19 training, Count On Me NC.

A sign with the letter "i" hang outside the Visitor Information Center.

Count on Me NC

Count on Me NC helps to ensure everyone’s safety through a mutual commitment. Along with training for restaurants and other hospitality businesses, the initiative includes a promise to uphold the highest health standards and asks guests to do the same.

We’ve included the stamp on listings here at VisitCabarrus.com to help you spot certified businesses. Look for this logo on storefront windows, name badges and menus across the area. Then, be at ease when enjoying a meal, trying a new craft beverage and partaking in all that Cabarrus County has to offer.

 

Safe Experiences

Cabarrus County’s restaurants, hotels, attractions and small businesses are all implementing changes to their procedures to ensure safe experiences for everyone. To learn more about how an individual business is making it even easier for you to relax and enjoy the moment, be sure to visit their website. Several have shared important notices, service updates and helpful videos.

Where to Find Care

We encourage everyone to continue practicing the guidelines given by our public officials to keep yourselves and our community healthy. Remember: Wear, Wait, Wash to continue slowing the spread of COVID-19!

Stay up to date with the latest information and recommendations surrounding COVID-19 from the Centers for Disease Control and PreventionNC Department of Health & Human Services and Cabarrus Health Alliance.

Should you need medical attention during your visit to Cabarrus County, find it at these healthcare facilities.

HOSPITAL
Atrium Health Cabarrus (Exit 58, 60)

EMERGENCY CARE
Atrium Health Emergency Care Locations & Wait Times

URGENT CARE
Atrium Health Urgent Care – Cabarrus (Exit 58, 60)
Atrium Health Urgent Care Locations & Wait Times

Have questions? We’re happy to provide any other information you need to make memories without the worry. Send a message to Hey@VisitCabarrus.com or call 800-848-3740.

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