Bexar County | COVID-19 Information & Resources

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Bexar County | COVID-19 Information & Resources

Bexar County COVID-19 Face mask Registration Portal NOW OPEN!
All commercial entities in Bexar County providing goods or services directly to the public are eligible to register.
The ability for businesses to obtain and use personal protective equipment (touchless thermometers, face masks, hand sanitizer, gloves and Plexiglas covering) to help protect their employees is critical in helping our community get back to work and stay at work.
Distribution Dates Available Wednesday, June 24, 2020 & Saturday, June 27, 2020

Bexar County COVID-19 Face mask Registration Portal NOW OPEN!

Bexar County COVID-19 Face mask Registration Portal NOW OPEN!

To register for this program, please visit: www.bexar.org
Save your pickup date and time today!
Because COVID-19 Essential Items are being provided on a one-time basis, businesses are recommended to establish vendor relationships to allow them continued access to PPE going forward and to buy local where possible. A list of local PPE vendors can be found here.
Due to limited supply, every consideration was given in an attempt to meet demand.
We hope that this program will jump-start the transition while businesses line up long-term supplies.  If anyone would like to assist our efforts with distribution, please register as a volunteer, here.
For more information on this program, please contact us at: (210) 335-1937 or email: rwatson@bexar.org.
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NEW: Executive Order NW-10 issued by Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff | Executive Order NW-10, effective June 3 through June 30, 2020.
Bexar Co Employer Poster Exec Order NW-10

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The order mandates that all commercial entities in Bexar County providing goods or services directly to the public must develop and implement a health and safety policy (“Health and Safety Policy”). The “Health and Safety Policy” must require, at a minimum, that all employees or visitors to the business’ premises or other facilities wear face coverings when in an area or performing an activity which will involve close contact or proximity to co-workers or the public where six feet of separation is not feasible.
Under Wolff’s order, businesses have until Monday, June 22nd to require masks for customers and workers or they risk a $1,000 fine. Many local businesses already require face coverings from their employees; a few won’t let customers in their doors without a mask. Read More