Gov. Roy Cooper’s current COVID-19 executive order is set to expire October 23. As new coronavirus cases continue to be reported by state officials, North Carolinians are wondering if the governor will lift restrictions or double down on prohibitions and limitations on certain activities and industries. In this conversation, we’ll talk with people whose livelihoods are directly affected, get an update on legislative actions and virus impact from a state lawmaker who’s also a physician, and discuss what it will take to ensure the well-being of our state.