This week, over 1,000 COVID-19 contact tracers will be recruited across Texas, including 110 at Dell Medical School, as part of Gov. Greg Abbott’s plan to reopen businesses throughout the state, city health officials said.
During his press conference, Gov. Greg Abbott said he will let the stay-at-home order in Texas expire April 30, allowing stores to open at limited capacity Monday. Abbott said all retail stores, restaurants, movie theaters and malls will be allowed to reopen in the first phase starting May 1 at 25% occupancy.
Gov. Greg Abbott announced executive orders to open retail stores for “retail to go” services, create a task force to reopen the Texas economy and increase the amount of surgeries allowed by hospitals at a press conference Friday.
Texas will distribute more Personal Protective Equipment across the state, with more expected to be coming in as a result of the supply chain strike force, Gov. Greg Abbott said in a press conference Monday.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order Thursday mandating that those traveling to Texas from New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and New Orleans must self-quarantine for two weeks or until the end of their stay, whichever is shorter.