Cameron County implements curfew amid COVID-19

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Judge Eddie Treviño Jr. (Source: CBS4)

BROWNSVILLE, Texas (KVEO)—Cameron County Judge Eddie Trevino issues second amended emergency management order that includes mandatory facial coverings, curfew, limitations of gatherings, and beach access closures.

“This order is issued due to the increasing and exponential rate of people being admitted to area hospitals due to COVID-19” said Judge Trevino in a release.

The order says all people currently living in Cameron County, shall wear facial covering.

It is highly encourage that people shelter-at-home, unless they are providing an essential service.

The order will take effect on June 30 and will continue through July 13, unless extended or modified.

For all people that are 18 or older, the curfew will be from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. unless an emergency occurs, or they are essential employees.

For all people that are 17 or younger, the curfew will be from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.

The order also includes that all people 10 years or older shall wear a face mask in a public place.

To read the complete order, click here

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