Navarro County reports three confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of Monday, March 30. According to the daily report issued by Navarro County Office of Emergency Management, the confirmed cases are located in Rice, near Emhouse, and in western Navarro County, near the Hill County line west of Navarro Mills Lake.
To date, 60 tests have been performed, with 46 negative, and 11 awaiting results. There have been no COVID-19 related deaths reported in Navarro County.
"Stay Home, Stay Safe" Emergency Declaration Orders in place for the City of Corsicana and Navarro County from 11:59 p.m. March 25 until April 8 at 11:59 p.m. These orders are for the City of Corsicana and the unincorporated areas in Navarro County.
The orders are located here: https://navarrocountyoem.org/…/coronavirus-disease-2019-co…/
Residents are asked to remember distancing guidelines, especially in large retail stores. Also, if you have an employee who is sick, please ask them to stay home.
County Stakeholders continue to meet daily to discuss current conditions, unmet needs, and operational procedures for every sector. City and County leaders are researching additional steps to help stop the spread.
NCOEM is continually monitoring conditions locally, regionally, statewide and at the national level.
For Statewide case numbers, visit:
For National case numbers, visit:
For Employers, Interim Guidance is located here:
If you believe you may be sick, here are current CDC Guidelines:
Essential Employees and Sectors to remain working:
Navarro County Updates:
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