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Lina Hidalgo Apr 2
Our Order isn’t a game or a social experiment. Each time this order is violated you are putting a healthcare worker, first responder, or vulnerable person at risk of a death sentence. Please report violations so we can follow up➡️832.839.6941
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Harris County Judge Apr 7
is working, and saving lives. We're still on the upward slope, but the sooner we curb this the sooner we can go back to normal & our economy can get back on track. Thank you all for coming together by staying apart.
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Austin Public Health Apr 13
Austin-Travis County extended + modified the orders through May 8. Face coverings are required for those 10 years old and older during essential work or activities in public. 👉
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Ed Gonzalez Mar 25
We were asked what a order meant? Some people are just visual learners! Any questions?
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Travis Herzog Mar 26
On Day 1 of broadcasting from home, my amazing and wise wife strongly encouraged me to wear suit pants. Then came Day 2. What? It was 90 degrees!!! (Plus I’ve always wanted to do that...) I hope everyone is doing well!
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ATCEMS May 8
Austin Order has been extended til May 30th & Travis County order is extended til June 15th. Please continue to limit activities to essential functions, approved open businesses, limit gatherings, wear face coverings, physically distance, & wash your hands.
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Jason Westin, MD Apr 10
Random testing in Iceland confirms what we’ve suspected: up to HALF infected may have no symptoms. We should all assume we could be contagious.
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Andrea Mar 24
gets order effective 11:59pm tonight, 3/24/2020, for entire county, all cities & unincorporated areas within it. Essential workers as per CISA critical infrastructure classification - medical, safety, supply chain, etc.
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Rep. Eddie Rodriguez Mar 28
These are the numbers. We are currently on track for a 50% reduction in daily contacts. We need to get to 90%, but that’ll only be possible if we realize we are all in this together. I believe we can. RT so your friends see this too.
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LumeeFilms Mar 24
Hey ! I was bored today, and I decided to take these lovely pictures of my favorite beer. I took this in my front yard. what do you guys think? When you see this please retweet till Heineken sees it. Thanks
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Chelsea Edwards Mar 31
👀 Stay Home - Work Safe order for Harris County, Houston extended to April 30
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Beth Wade Apr 1
So proud of Berry Center team for doing our part to sanitize equipment and spaces as we look forward to the day we can meet together again.
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Jason Westin, MD May 5
Gov Abbott is talking out of both side of his mouth. In public, time to re-open, but can’t force mask requirements. In private, he admits re-opening will spike cases and deaths.
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Nickole Renteria, BSN, RN, NCSN Mar 31
50 cases in El Paso County‼️Please and only leave for the essentials. (🛒💊⛽️) Grocery shopping should not be a family event during . 🤷🏻‍♀️Be part of the solution, not part of the problem. 🛑 👏🏼
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Houston Mayor's Office Mar 31
🚨 order extends to April 30 throughout Harris County including the City of Houston. 🚨
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Kinder Institute Apr 10
Just this week, our study found that the city's order has saved 4,000+ lives. "We have to continue to engage in social distancing in order for more lives to be saved,” says Director .
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Harris County Judge Apr 9
We’ve issued a order, but some who are diagnosed with don’t have a home to return to. This week we authorized $3 million for a joint City/County project to provide safe spaces and wrap-around services for the unsheltered to self-isolate.
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Holly Bock Apr 21
The city of has seen a significant decrease in DWI’s during the pandemic. A breakdown of the numbers before and after the order was put into place is coming up on News at 5.
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Miami-Dade County Apr 5
thanks all its amazing essential service workers for their commitment and dedication to the well-being of our community, who is during this tough time.
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William F. McKeon Apr 7
The Texas Medical Center is working together while staying apart. Please remember to do your part.
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