COVID-19 Resources

Our community is #SETXStrong in many ways!

We know that our community is kind, resilient and able to bounce back from any disaster. 

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Reopening our Economy

Financial Resources for Employers

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Resources for Employees

School Reopenings

Public Health Resources

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Executive Order GA-18

Starting April 24th, non-essential retail stores are allowed to resume operations via delivery and curb-side pick-up services without limitation.

On May 1st, GA-18 also allows non-essential retail stores, movie theaters, dine-in restaurants (not including bars), shopping malls, museums and libraries to operate with in-store traffic, but occupancy limits are reduced to 25%.

Executive Order GA-19

Requires all licensed health care professionals to operate by and must comply with, any emergency rules promulgated by their respective licensing agencies dictating minimum standards for safe practice during the COVID- 19 disaster.

Every hospital licensed under Chapter 241 of the Texas Health and Safety Code shall reserve at least 15 percent of its hospital capacity for treatment of COVD-19 patients, accounting for the range of clinical severity of COVD-19 patients, as determined by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission.

Executive Order GA-20

Eliminates the mandatory 14-day quarantine period for individuals traveling from Louisiana. Under GA-20, the mandated 14-day quarantine for travelers from the following areas remains in place: California; Connecticut; New York; New Jersey; Washington; Atlanta, Georgia; Chicago, Illinois; Detroit, Michigan, and Miami, Florida.