This article originally appeared on the Davidson Patch
DAVIDSON, NC — As the state of North Carolina prepares for a widespread “stay-at-home” order aimed at slowing the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, some Davidson residents have come up with a creative activity for families.
The “stay-at-home” order announced Friday by Gov. Roy Cooper that is set to go into effect Monday at 5 p.m. The order is mandatory, and valid for 30 days through April 29, but could be revised or extended. While it’s in place, residents are directed to stay in their homes unless they need to leave for essential activities, such as for jobs, food, medicine, outdoor exercise or to help others, Cooper said.
“Looking for a fun adventure to do with the kiddos this week? How about a bear hunt in Davidson?!” the Town of Davidson said Monday in a social media post.
“Inspired by the