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TITUS COUNTY JUDGE BRIAN LEE TO AMEND THE DECLARATION OF LOCAL STATE OF DISASTER

While the number of COVID-19 positive cases in Titus County is low compared to other regions, they ARE increasing.  To slow the spread, Titus County Judge Brian Lee will amend the current Local State of Disaster Declaration for the county on Monday, April 20, 2020. The declaration covers all cities in Titus County.

The declaration includes additional measures, including new masking requirements. The goal is to achieve a decline in cases, which is required to get Titus County open and back to work.

The declaration takes effect at 11:59 p.m., Monday, April 20, 2020. It will be in effect until at least April 30 but may be extended.

Masking requirements:
RETAIL & RESTAURANTS

  1.  All retail stores and all restaurants providing curbside or delivery services must require all employees to wear masks at all times while working.
  2. All retail stores and all restaurants providing curbside or delivery services must require customers to wear masks before entering the store and while shopping in the store.
  3. All retail stores must require all customers to sanitize their hands with alcohol-based sanitizer before entering the store.
  4. Retail stores include: grocery stores, supermarkets, warehouse stores, bodegas, liquor stores, convenience stores.

Source: City of Mount Pleasant, http://www.mpcity.net/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=117

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