In these uncertain times, we must all do our best to stay safe, and stay informed. Here you will find up to date within 24 hour information from Local Officials, Public Health Authorities, and the community in general. This is all information provided to us or found on reliable public websites. Please check the source websites provided for up to date info and further details.
HCM COVID-19 Updates
HCM will continue updating as new information is release from the Center’s for Disease Control (CDC) and/or the Department of State Health Services (DSHS).
July 13, 2020
Update to our Community
At Hill Country Memorial we know you are reliant upon us for your health care needs and you trust us to provide you information about the state of our ability to provide that care. Governor Abbott issued an order that effective Friday, July 10 at 11:59 p.m. we must again pull back on our elective procedures and surgeries if we cannot provide ample capacity for COVID-19 patients. We know that will have a tremendous impact on HCM financially. We also know that this is done to free up resources across the state for the rapid uptick in COVID-19 cases in Texas. At the time of this writing, we have not had to limit elective procedures and surgeries. We evaluate this daily in collaboration with our surgeons and it could change at any time….
The Fredericksburg Convention and Visitor Bureau
UPDATED: Thursday, July 30, 2020 at 8:22 a.m. CT
Current Travel to Fredericksburg
In general, most shops, attractions and restaurants as well as hotels and B&Bs are open in Fredericksburg under the restrictions and guidelines found in The Governor’s Report to Open Texas.
Visitors are encouraged to plan ahead – verify hours and information with individual businesses. Reservations may be required at some locations.
In accordance with Governor Abbott’s Face Covering Requirement GA-29 announced on Thursday, July 2, 2020…
CDC – Businesses and Workplaces
Prevention in the Workplace
- Cleaning and disinfecting guidance
- Employer information for office buildings
- Testing in non-healthcare workplaces
- Investigating and responding to COVID-19 cases in non-healthcare work settings
- Preparing small businesses and employees
- General business FAQs
- Strategies for respirator shortages in non-healthcare sectors
Worker Safety and Support
For Specific Industries
- Restaurants and bars
- Casinos and gaming operations
- Manufacturing workers and employers
- Meat and poultry processors
- Meat and poultry processing facility assessment toolkit
- Pet stores, distributors, and breeding facilities
- OSHA guidance on preparing workplaces for COVID-19 pdf icon
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- Coronavirus Tax Relief and Economic Impact Paymentsexternal icon