ESTA ORDEN Y RECOMENDACION ES SUPLEMENTARIA A LA PRIMERA ORDEN REFORMADA DE LA ADMINISTRACION DE EMERGENCIA CON ORDEN OBLIGATORIA DE REFUGIO EN SU HOGAR. EL INCUMPLIMIENTO DE CUALQUIER DE LAS DISPOSICIONES DE ESTA ORDEN CONSTITUYE UNA AMENAZA INMINENTE PARA LA SALUD PUBLICA.
CONSIDERANDO, junto con la Declaracion Nacional de Emergencia emitida por el Presidente Trump y la Declaraci6n de Desastre del Gobemador Abbott el 13 de Marzo de 2020, y las posteriores declaraciones y orientaciones nacionales y estatales y por una abundancia de precauci6n para limitar o reducir la propagaci6n de COVID-19 al Condado de Cameron;
Cameron County Public Health has received confirmation of seven (7) additional cases of COVID-19. This includes the following:
THIS ORDER AND RECOMMENDATIONS IS A SUPPLEMENT TO THE FIRST AMENDED EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ORDER WITH MANDATORY COUNTYWIDE SHELTER IN PLACE. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH ANY OF THE PROVISIONS OF THIS ORDER CONSTITUTES AN IMMINENT THREAT TO PUBLIC HEALTH.
WHEREAS, in conjunction with the National Emergency Declaration issued by President Trump and Governor Abbott's Declaration of Disaster on March I 3, 2020, and subsequent National and State Declarations and guidance and out of an abundance of caution to limit or reduce the spread of COVID-19 to Cameron County; and
Cameron County Public Health has received confirmation of fourteen (14) additional cases of COVID-19. This includes the following:
Today, April 6, 2020, Cameron County Judge Eddie Treviño, Jr. announced the extension of the First Amended Emergency Management Order with Mandatory Countywide Shelter in Place for another two weeks until Tuesday, April 21, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. This order shall remain in effect due to the increasing concerns of COVID-19 in Cameron County and is extended for the best interest of the general public, to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, and is in place for the protection of life during this global health pandemic of COVID-19.
Cameron County has received confirmation of its first COVID-19 related death of a Cameron County resident. The patient was a 81-year old resident from the Veranda Nursing Home in Harlingen and had been hospitalized at Valley Baptist Medical Center in Harlingen. Unfortunately, this is the second COVID-19 related death in the Rio Grande Valley.
Cameron County Public Health has received confirmation of additional cases of COVID-19. They include the following:
Cameron County Public Health has received confirmation of fifteen (15) additional cases of COVID-19. They include the following: