SAN ANTONIO (April 3, 2020) — Today, San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg issued an addendum to the Stay Safe Work Home Order. The addendum is consistent with Governor Abbott’s Executive Order issued on March 31, 2020. The addendum outlines the following measures:
- Staff members at long-term care facilities may only work at one facility. Long-term care facilities should identify and exclude potentially infected staff members and implement appropriate infection control measures;
- Provides the City with the authority to revoke Certificates of Occupancy from businesses as an enforcement measure for repeat violations of Stay Home Work Safe orders;
- Requiring all food, household staples retail, including those doing pick-up/delivery to limit number of people at pickup or in an establishment so that social distancing may be maintained, implement an organized line system where spacing is at least 6 feet apart, and post the establishment’s guidelines that limit number of people and implement the line system;
- Closes park amenities including playgrounds, basketball courts, tennis courts, skate plazas and splash pads at all community recreational areas;
- Closes City parks, except for walking/running/biking trails, on Saturday and Sunday of Easter weekend;
- Closes all municipal and private golf courses and driving ranges (including frisbee courses).
To report a violation of the Stay Home Work Safe order call 210-207-SAPD.
More information about the Stay Home Work Safe order is available at www.sanantonio.gov.
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