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Posted on: April 3, 2020

DECLARATION DO'S AND DON'TS | 04/04/20 |

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Titus County Judge Brian Lee expanded the current Local State of Disaster Declaration for the county, which covers all cities including Mount Pleasant. The declaration includes additional measures that took effect 12:01 a.m., Thursday, April 2. It will be in effect until further notice. (En español)

COVID-19 infographic showing what people can and cannot do under the state Declaration of State of L

What You CAN Do:

  • You may still leave your home, limit your activities.
  • You may still go to the grocery, pharmacy, medical appointments, or to get necessary supplies. Send just one person from your home
  • You may still go to a restaurant for take-out, delivery or drive-thru. Send one person.
  • You may still go outside. In fact, you are encouraged to do so. Please, take a walk, ride your bike, hike, jog and be in nature for exercise, walk your pets — just keep at least six feet between you and others in the community outside of your family
  • You may go fishing or boating — just keep at least six feet between you and others in the community
  • You may still go to work if your job has a social distancing plan.
  • You do not need to carry a permission letter to leave your home. It is presumed everyone will comply for the good of the community.

You should restrict your non-essential travel.

  • Although non-essential travel is restricted, this order does not place the city on lock-down. Travel into and out of the City is still allowed to perform essential activities, operate essential businesses, or maintain essential governmental functions.

The Following are NOT considered “essential services” and are closed:

  • Cosmetology Salons
  • Gyms
  • Massage Establishments
  • Tattoo Studios
  • Piercing Studios
  • Eating/Drinking Inside of Bars/Restaurants/Food Courts
    The use of drive-thru, pickup, or delivery options for food and drinks is allowed and highly encouraged throughout the limited duration of the executive order.

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Lo que puedes hacer:

  • Todavia puede salir de su casa, limite sus actividades.
  • Todavía puede ir a la tienda por su mandado, farmacias, citas médicas o para obtener los suministros necesarios. Recomendado que valla solo una persona de tu casa
  • Aún puede ir a un restaurante para levantar o entregar . Enviar solo una persona
  • Aún puede salir. De hecho, le recomendamos que lo haga. Por favor, camine, ande en bicicleta, trote y haga sus ejercicios regulares , pasee a sus mascotas, solo mantenga al menos seis pies entre usted y otros en la comunidad fuera de su familia.
  • Puede ir a pescar o arremar en su lancha, solo mantenga al menos seis pies entre usted y otros en la comunidad
  • Aún puede ir a trabajar si su trabajo tiene un plan de distanciamiento social.
  • No es necesario traer con usted una carta de permiso para salir de su hogar. Se espera que todos cumplan con esta orden por el bien de la comunidad.

Debe restringir los viajes no esenciales.

  • Aunque los viajes no esenciales están restringidos, esta orden no pone a la cuidad en desactividad. Los viajes dentro y fuera de la ciudad aún pueden realizar actividades esenciales, operar negocios esenciales o mantener funciones gubernamentales esenciales.

Los siguientes NO se consideran "servicios esenciales" y están cerrados:

  • Salones de cosmetología
  • Gimnasios
  • Establecimientos de masajes
  • Estudios de tatuajes
  • Estudios de perforaciones
  • Comer / beber dentro de bares / restaurantes / patios de comida
    El uso de ordenar y recoger y llevar comida y bebidas está permitido y altamente recomendado durante la duración limitada de la orden ejecutiva.

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