Burnet County Health Authority


Burnet County issues “Stay in Place” order over COVID-19

Lew K. Cohn/Burnet Bulletin
Burnet County Commissioners and County Judge James Oakley, pictured here, met March 19 with the Burnet County Health Authority Dr. Juliette Madrigal in the early stages of a series of emergency orders regarding the coronavirus scare.





By Connie Swinney and Lew K. Cohn
Burnet Bulletin

Burnet County officials, in cooperation with municipalities and the Burnet County Health Authority, opted March 25 to order “Stay in Place and Stay Safe” guidelines in response to growing concerns about minimizing the number of potential infections of the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19.


Judge: Burnet County will follow governor's lead on COVID-19

Burnet County Commissioners received an update March 19 during a special called meeting, where an emergency disaster declaration was updated based on a state-issued order. Burnet County Health Authority Dr. Juliette Madrigal attended and provided an update on COVID-19 protocols at that time.





By Lew K. Cohn
Managing Editor

Burnet County Judge James Oakley said Tuesday, March 24, he doesn't believe a “shelter-in-place” order will be necessary for Burnet County following similar orders being issued for Austin and Travis County and the city of Lampasas.

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