CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Various stay-at-home orders were issued around the Coastal Bend back in March as city and county leaders looked to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Since then, stay-at-home orders have run their course as the state works to reopen.
Below is a list of counties and municipalities that issued orders for residents to stay-at-home:
- Nueces County: Effective March 26-April 30th
- Kleberg County: Effective March 27-April 8
- San Patricio County: Effective March 30-April 13
- Duval County: Effective March 27-April 26 (curfew: 10 p.m.-5 a.m.)
- Jim Wells County: Effective March 27-April 27
- Bee County: Effective March 28-April 8
- Aransas County: Effective March 28-April 14
- Kenedy County
- Refugio County
- Jim Hogg County: Effective March 26 (curfew: 10 p.m.-5 a.m.)
- Live Oak County
- Sinton: Effective March 27-April 9
- Rockport: Effective March 28-April 14
- Aransas Pass: Amended, effective April 2-April 8
- Alice: Effective March 26-April 27
- Ingleside: Effective March 30-April 13
- Taft: Effective March 27-April 8
- Odem: Effective March 26-April 3 (curfew: 11 p.m.-5 a.m.)
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