Travis County to Extend Stay-at-Home Order Beyond May 8

AUSTIN, TEXAS — Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt said on Tuesday that she is working to extend the Central Texas county’s stay-at-home order that expires on May 8, according to The Austin American-Statesman. Austin Mayor Steve Adler also said earlier this week that he supports an extended stay-at-home order throughout the state capital and its metro area. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott lifted the statewide stay-at-home order on Friday, May 1.

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