UPDATED: How DFW entities are addressing shelter-in-place status

Collin County Judge Chris Hill announced a stay-at-home order March 24 to limit the spread of the coronavirus. (Emily Davis/Community Impact Newspaper)
Collin County Judge Chris Hill announced a stay-at-home order March 24 to limit the spread of the coronavirus. (Emily Davis/Community Impact Newspaper)

Collin County Judge Chris Hill announced a stay-at-home order March 24 to limit the spread of the coronavirus. (Emily Davis/Community Impact Newspaper)

Many entities in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex have issued stay-at-home or shelter-in-place orders in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Below, read more on the status of stay-at-home orders made by cities and counties in the past week.

This list is not comprehensive and may be updated as more information becomes available.



Cities



McKinney

The city of McKinney issued a shelter-in-place order March 25, which was originally to remain in effect until April 1. McKinney City Council voted March 27 to extend the order through April 3. Click here to learn more.

Richardson

Richardson City Council issued a shelter-in-place order March 27, which will remain in effect until April 30. Click here to learn more.



Counties



Collin County



Collin County issued a stay-at-home order March 24. It will remain in effect for seven days, at which point the county may choose to extend the order. Click here to learn more.

Dallas County

Dallas County issued a shelter-in-place order March 22, which will remain in effect until April 3. Click here to learn more.

Tarrant County

Tarrant County issued a stay-at-home order March 24, which will remain in effect until April 7. Click here to learn more.

Emily Davis, Gavin Pugh and Miranda Jaimes contributed to this report.



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