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KEMAH COVID-19 UPDATE
March 24, 2020
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FROM MAYOR TERRI GALE, EMERGENCY DIRECTOR
“During these trying times, let’s find our strength in our community and pray for its health, safety, and prosperity.”
FROM CHIEF WALTER GANT, EMERGENCY COORDINATOR
“It is our priority to keep our residents safe and businesses"
CURRENT REACH: 3.5 million people
On 3.20.20, news story from i45NOW with Mayor Gale on closing restaurant dine-ins, bars and amusement venues until April 4 ran on Ch 13 & Fox26.
GREAT AMERICAN TAKEOUT
AMERIWASTE | TRASH & RECYCLE MUST BE BAGGED
GALVESTON COUNTY HEALTH DISITRICT | COVID-19 POSITIVE CASES
3.24.20 | https://www.gchd.org/home
Galveston County Health District reports 21 total positive cases of COVID-19 in Galveston County residents.
Female, 30s, positive, contact with positive COVID-19 patient
Male, 40s, positive, believed community spread
Male, 50s, positive, unclear if related to domestic travel history or community spread
Female, 40s, positive, unclear if related to domestic travel history or community spread
Male, 40s, positive, recent international travel
Female, 50s, positive, contact with person who had traveled to COVID-19 affected area
Female, 30s, positive, recent domestic travel
Female, 60s, positive, recent domestic travel
Male, 70s, positive, recent domestic travel
Female, 20s, positive, believed community spread
Female, 50s, positive, believed community spread
Female, 40s, positive, recent international travel and contact with positive COVID-19 patient
Male, 20s, positive, recent international travel
Male, 50s, positive, recent domestic travel
Male, 40s, positive, recent domestic travel
Male, 60s, recent domestic travel
Female, younger than 10, positive, recent domestic travel
Female, 50s, recent domestic travel
Female, 20s, recent domestic travel and contact with a known Galveston County COVID-19 case
Male, 50s, no known travel or contact with a with a known positive COVID-19 case
CITY OF KEMAH | “STAY-AT-HOME” ORDER | 3.23.20
Effective 3/24/20 11:59 PM through 4/3/20 11:59 PM
In keeping with Governor Greg Abbott’s strong emphasis on compliance with the CDC Guidelines for COVID-19, Galveston County has issued a “Stay-at-Home" Order effective tomorrow night at 11:59 PM and it will continue through 11:59 PM on April 3rd.
Residents should stay at home unless traveling within the community for essential activities or to perform essential business or government functions.
Essential activities include those required to maintain health and safety, procure services and supplies, care for family and pets, engage in socially distant outdoor activities, and perform essential business or government functions.
ESSENTIAL BUSINESS includes:
• Essential Healthcare Operations, including medical and veterinary services, and blood banks
• Essential Government Functions, including police/fire, EMS, public works, mail, and security
• Essential Critical Infrastructure, including utilities, internet/telecommunications, financial institutions, trash collection, construction, manufacturing, and distribution
• Essential Retail, including restaurants (carry out or delivery only), groceries, pharmacies, gas
stations, hardware and home/auto repair, laundry, and supply products
• Providers of Basic Necessities to Economically Disadvantaged Populations
• Essential Services Necessary to Maintain Essential Operations of Residence or Other Essential
• Business | News Media | Childcare Services
Please consider this official mandate is intended to support the containment and reduce the spread of COVID-19 Coronavirus, and avoid gatherings outside of the family unit.
For details and more information, please READ: https://bit.ly/JustStayHomeKemah
Mayor Terri Gale, City of Kemah TX