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World Health Organization
Federal Government Information:
The White House - Opening Up America
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
  1. Reopening Guidance for Cleaning and Disinfecting Public Spaces, Workplaces, Businesses, Schools, and Homes
State of Texas Information:
Office of the Texas Governor Coronavirus Resources and Response
Executive Order No. GA-34 relating to the opening of Texas in response to the COVID-19 disaster.
Executive Order No. GA-36 relating to the prohibition of governmental entities and officials from mandating face coverings or restricting activities in response to the COVID-19 disaster.
Texas Department of State Health Services  - Minimum Recommended Health Protocols.
Fort Bend County Information:
Ft. Bend County Order Regarding the Use of Facial Protection issued June 25, 2020 
Ft. Bend County COVID-19 Response
Ft. Bend County Health and Human Services Guidelines for COVID-19
Ft. Bend County COVID-19 Updates
Ft. Bend County Extended Stay Home to Save Lives Order issued April 1, 2020 
Ft. Bend COVID-19 testing open to all residents Tuesday, April 14, 2020 
  1. There is no requirement for symptoms to be tested. Under the expanded testing policy, residents of Fort Bend County can call (281) 238-2363 to get an identification code and to schedule a date and time or fill out an online form here. The test is free for residents.
  2. April 23, 2020, Guidance on Masks: Covering Nose and Mouth. Fort Bend County Judge KP George strongly recommends that all residents use masks that cover their noses and mouths in order to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in the community. REASON: Mask coverings are important because a significant percentage of individuals with the COVID-19 virus are asymptomatic, they are unknowingly spreading the virus to the other people. Click here for additional information. 
  3. April 27, 2020, Fort Bend County Opens New COVID-19 Testing Site in Sugar Land. Fort Bend County is partnering with AccessHealth to perform the tests and with LabCorp, to provide the test kits and results. The County is paying all fees related to the tests. The site is able to do approximately 200 tests per day. Who can be tested: Both sites are open at no cost to all residents of Fort Bend County. There is no requirement for symptoms to be tested. When: The testing site will be operating Monday through Friday from 8am-5pm and Saturday from 10am-2pm. Click here for additional details.
Harris County Information:
Houston Health Department COVID-19 Call Center
Harris County COVID-19 Information
Harris County COVID-19 Hub
Harris County Second Amended Stay Home, Work Safe Phased Reopening of Services Order signed May 1, 2020
Harris County COVID-19 Testing Sites
Harris County Public Health COVID-19 Assessment
COVID-19 Threat Level System
Cinco Residential Communications
Cinco Residential Board President message regarding COVID-19
Countdown to the 2020 Pool Season
This year's pool season will be opened in Phases due to COVID-19 restrictions.
2020 Pool Communication Letter