These Back to Business kits include a letter from Addison Mayor Joe Chow and Metrocrest Chamber president Erin Carney; 10 masks, 20 5-oz. bottles of hand sanitizer provided by mary Kay and Buzz Ballz, Buzz Ballz sample cocktail, a laminated TRA pledge (for restaurants) and Addison Social Distancing decals. These decals, created by the Town of Addison, feature a hand with the words “Keep Your Distance” next to it. The circular decals also have the words “Help Keep Our City Safe. Practice Social Distancing” along the perimeter of the circle, as well as the
AddisonTexas.net/COVID19 website address and the hashtag #ADDISONCARES. There is also a Spanish version.
On May 18, Gov. Abbott announced phase two of the Reopen Texas plan. That allowed gyms, exercise facilities, hair salons, barbershops, non-essential manufacturers and other offices, massage and personal care businesses, child-care centers and youth clubs to open on Monday.
More businesses are allowed to re-open in the coming weeks:
- Restaurants at 50% capacity
- Bars, tasting rooms, and similar establishments at 25% capacity
- Bowling alleys, bingo halls, skating rinks, and simulcast racing at 25% capacity
- Rodeo and equestrian events at 25% capacity
- Aquariums, natural caverns, and similar facilities at 25% capacity
- Outdoor areas of zoos at 25% capacity
- Professional basketball, baseball, softball, golf, tennis, football, and car racing events without in-person spectators
- Day/overnight youth camps
- Youth sports
- School districts can hold summer school if following social distancing guidelines
We are excited to see more people going back to work, shopping and eating out! Keep staying safe out there!