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Last Update: 06/02/2020

 


TEXAS GOV. ABBOTT’S EXECUTIVE ORDERS RELATED TO COVID-19

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued a new Executive Order (GA-23) on May 18 to expand openings of more businesses and activities as part of the Open Texas plan. This Order expands on business openings outlined in Executive Order (GA-18) issued on April 27 and Executive Order (GA-21) issued on May 5. The following services and activities may open under Phase II:

  • Child Care Centers (May 18)
  • Massage and Personal-Care Centers (May 18)
  • Youth Clubs (May 18)
  • Rodeo and Equestrian Events (May 22)
  • Bowling Alleys, Bingo Halls, Simulcast Racing, and Skating Rinks (May 22)
  • Bars (May 22)
  • Aquariums and Natural Caverns (May 22)
  • Zoos (May 29)
  • Day Youth Camps (May 31)
  • Overnight Youth Camps (May 31)
  • Youth Sports (May 31)
  • Certain professional sports without in-person spectators (May 31)

These newly opened services are subject to recommended minimum standard health protocols outlined by DSHS. These protocols are available on the Open Texas webpage

On Thursday, May 22, Gov. Abbott issued GA-24, which ended all quarantine requirements for those traveling into Texas from certain areas. This order supersedes GA-20.

MORE STATEWIDE ORDERS RELATED TO COVID-19

 


WHAT THE CITY OF ROUND ROCK IS DOING

The City of Round Rock has taken a number of steps to deal with the health threat posed by the Coronavirus (COVID-19), and is in the process of reopening select City facilities in accordance with guidance issued by the Governor’s Office. Board and commission meetings are being videoconferenced, and we are continuing to aggressively share information on the virus from trusted public health agencies.
 
 

City of Round Rock news releases, blog posts on COVID-19


 

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Contact Information: covid-19donations@roundrocktexas.gov  |  512-218-5419

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