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8/25/2021  District Court Judge Upholds Dallas County Mask Mandate

Dallas District Court Judge Tonya Parker issued a temporary injunction on Wednesday, August 25 against Governor Greg Abbott’s Executive Order GA-38 which leaves in place Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins’ mask mandate.

Jenkins issued an order on Wednesday, August 11 requiring the indoor use of face masks in all childcare centers, public schools pre-kindergarten through grade 12, all commercial entities in Dallas County providing goods or services directly to the public, and all buildings owned or operated by Dallas County.

The Executive Order does not extend to City of Carrollton facilities; however, the City encourages all patrons to follow CDC guidance regarding masking and social distancing.

In addition to face masks, each entity spelled out in the Order is required to develop and implement a health and safety policy, for employees, teachers, staff, students, and visitors including at a minimum indoor masking regardless of vaccination status, and other mitigating measures recommended by the CDC to control and reduce the transmission of COVID-19, such as maintaining at least three feet of physical distance, temperature checks, and health screenings.

Dallas County issued this order in an effort to slow the community spread of the coronavirus Delta variant and mitigate the continued threat of COVID-19’s resurgence rate of infection, the increase in the number of people in hospitals, intensive care units, and on ventilators, and the desire to protect high-risk populations and not overwhelm local medical facilities.

The City of Carrollton occupies space in Dallas, Denton, and Collin Counties. Each county is subject to its own health orders, recommendations, and restrictions in addition to state and national mandates, guidelines, and recommendations. To confirm which county a person might reside in, click here for the City’s searchable, interactive map that includes county lines, as well as school districts within Carrollton's city limits. (Note: Map works in all browsers except for Firefox.)

 Though not impacted by the Order, stringent cleaning procedures remain in place at City facilities, and various spaces are equipped with protective barriers to decrease direct contact. Floor markers have been placed at facilities to encourage social distancing. For more information, including resources available from Dallas County Health and Human Services, Denton County Public Health, the Texas Department of State Health Services, and the CDC, visit cityofcarrollton.com/coronavirus.

 

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