Texas No Mask Mandate
Updated: May 26, 2021
Today, March 10, 2021, Texas statewide mask mandate ends. What does this mean for Texas? Gov. Greg Abbott has loosened restrictions on businesses. Masks are no longer required in public, companies can return to 100% capacity, safety precautions are now determined by the business (businesses, school boards, courts, and college campuses can still require masks.)
The enforcement of having to wear masks has lessened however, it is important to still wear, and carry a mask with you in public.
For the safety of our residents and staff, we will continue to follow CDC protocols. Masks will still be required, we will take temperatures and screen visitors before being allowed into the home. We will continue to have visiting hours from 9:00 am - 6:00 pm. We ask that you call ahead to let our caregivers know when to expect your arrival. We will continue to practice social distancing, masks must be kept on at all times (no eating or drinking while in the home to prevent exposure and possible spreading of COVID).
We are looking forward to the day when we will no longer need to wear masks and take these safety precautions. We are slowly getting closer to the end of this pandemic. We want to keep everyone safe, that is our top priority, thank you for understanding and complying with the actions we are taking.