Amid coronavirus-related restrictions, which have required a temporary closure of all dine-in portions of restaurants and cafes, Summer Moon is still offering beverages and baked goods to go.
In fact, many Round Rock cafes, restaurants, grocery stores and hardware stores are still in business, though they are not quite at business as usual following a March 24 "Stay Safe Stay Home" order issued by Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell. The order temporarily shuttered gyms, bars and dine-in areas of restaurants. Further, it stated that individuals should only leave their homes for essential trips to help contain the spread of the coronavirus.
Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order regarding the state's response to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis on March 31. Texans are expected to limit the number of actions that could expose them to COVID-19 while still allowing for essential actions such as grocery shopping, Abbott said in the order, which will remain in place through April 30.
With Round Rock residents working, studying and staying put within their homes, here is a photo gallery that gives a snapshot of what the city looks like with the countywide and statewide orders in effect.
Brian Rash and Ali Linan contributed to this report.