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The following symptoms may occur 2-14 days after exposure
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There are 17 sectors that are considered “essential service” under Texas Executive Order GA-14.
Follow this link for steps to determine whether your business is an “essential service” as defined by Texas Executive Order GA-14.
Effective 11:59 PM March 27th until 11:59 PM April 30th
Citizens should stay home unless they have an essential need to get out, for example:
CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies), especially in areas of significant community-based transmission.
See the tutorial and how to make a home made mask at www.brownwoodtexas.gov/cdcmask
City playscapes and park equipment are closed.
City parks are open, but people must observe social distancing and limit groups to 10 or less people at all times.
Green space and walking trails are open for use.
Yes, but observe social distancing and limit groups to 10 or less people at all times.
Yes. If you have any signs of COVID-19 (fever, shortness of breath, cough) then you must stay home until you no longer have fever for 72 hours, AND your symptoms have improved, AND 14 days have passed since you first had symptoms. These are based on CDC guidelines.
No. No one may leave the house for 14 days unless going to seek medical care.
Entertainment businesses (game rooms, movies, bowling, and related businesses)
Non-health related personal services (hair salons, hair stylists, barbershops, beauty shops, nail salons, tattoo shops, piercing businesses, and any services requiring close personal contact)
Take necessary action to have social distancing for employees and customers.
Take the necessary steps to sanitize the workplace for employees and customers.
Monitor the health of employees regularly.
Employees with a temperature of more than 99.9 must be sent home and follow the stay at home order regarding sickness.
No, but clergy and church leaders are encouraged to follow best practices to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The Brownwood Municipal Development District has created a consolidated resource guide include federal, state, and other aid available here.
Per CDC not everyone needs to be tested for COVID-19. This information might help in making decisions about seeking care or testing.
Please see https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/testing.html for more information from the CDC.