The health and safety of our members and volunteers have always been of key importance. With that in mind, there will be no changes to the COVID-19 precautions currently in place at the Austin Galano Club.
Texas State Governor Greg Abbott’s executive order lifting COVID-19 restrictions takes effect March 10, however Austin Galano Club will continue to enforce all health and safety procedures that have allowed our members to safely return to the club.
For the past year, the Galano Club board has strived to follow recommendations and guidance from health authorities.
Dr. Mark Escott, Interim Health Authority for Austin Public Health, said on March 9 that although Gov. Abbott is ending the mandate for individuals, businesses must still require customers to wear masks, according to the Austin American Statesman.
Austin and Travis County businesses also must still require customers to wear masks as part of a local ordinance passed in July 2020, according to local leaders. Those rules are set to expire in April 2021, but Austin and Travis County officials said they will stay in place until then, according to the Statesman.
Face masks are still a reasonable tool to help protect people from germs, particularly when social distancing is not feasible. Let’s protect one another from COVID-19. We hope to physically reunite our community soon by continuing to work together as a community.
Thank you for your support and patience!
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