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Local weekly update #3 on COVID-19

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A summary of the most important local updates this week related to COVID-19:


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  • Wednesday, April 1: Boerne ISD and Comfort ISD announce that in accordance with new orders from Governor Abbott, their schools will remain closed until at least May 4. Boerne ISD continues to inform parents about its arrangements for home learning and food services on its webpage on the situation.
  • Wednesday, April 1: authorities announce that one COVID-19 patient had visited a Boerne business, the UPS Store on Bandera Rd., on March 28 around noon, and that people who were at that business at that hour may have been exposed. The City of Boerne also updates its declaration to align with state mandates.
  • Thursday, April 2: there are eight confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Kendall County.
  • Friday, April 3: Kendall County issues its third emergency declaration, closing county parks and river crossings on state and county roadways.
  • Saturday, April 4: County Judge Darrel Lux announces that there are nine confirmed cases in Kendall County and explains the measures that the County is taking to protect residents.
Also this week, Boerne mayor Tim Handren published additional videos on YouTube and Facebook Live to keep residents up-to-date on the situation. This week's videos appeared on:

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