In Richardson, the city updated its guidelines and openings for city facilities for Covid-19. Read the article below from Dallas News.
Richardson has had 2,845 cases of the coronavirus and 35 deaths, according to the most recent information available from Dallas and Collin counties.
An additional 243 cases of COVID-19 in Collin County were reported Tuesday, bringing the county’s total to 29,797 since the pandemic began, according to the Texas Department of State Health Services.
Dallas County reported 1,105 more coronavirus cases, all of them considered new. Eight new COVID-19 deaths also were reported.
Statewide, 15,103 new cases and 181 COVID-19 deaths were reported Tuesday. Texas has now recorded 1,272,504 confirmed cases and 22,808 fatalities.
Collin County has announced that it will no longer post COVID-19 case data on its website. Counts of new and confirmed cases, those who have recovered, and COVID-related deaths in Collin County may be obtained from the Department of State Health Services.
A state order requires people over age 10 to wear face coverings inside businesses and other buildings or spaces open to the public. It also requires masks outside in public spaces when it’s not feasible to stay six feet apart from others. Exceptions include when people are eating, drinking, exercising, voting, or worshipping. Protests are not considered an exception. Having guidelines like these helps covid cases drop. The state just needs people’s cooperation in following the guidelines.
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic started its devastating roll across the country, the health care work environment was experiencing challenges – especially for nurses in El Paso.
If you are a Nurse in Dallas who is currently facing any disciplinary issues before the Texas Board of Nursing, please contact Dallas nurse attorney Yong J. An, call or text at 832 428 5679 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Mr. An has represented over 100 nurses before the Texas Board of Nursing since 2006.