SAN ANTONIO — Editor’s notice: The above video was initially printed on November 23.
San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff have placed the county under a partial curfew through the Thanksgiving vacation weekend.
The newest addendum to the Declaration of Public Health Emergency for Bexar County implements a curfew between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. every evening beginning Thursday, November 26 and ending Monday, November 30.
The curfew prohibits residents from gathering outdoors their properties after 10 p.m., with exceptions made for touring to important companies like grocery shops.
Under the curfew, eating places should shut dine-in meals providers and seating areas till 6 a.m the next day. Curbside, takeout, and drive-through choices are allowed to proceed under the curfew.
The order states that these present in violation of the order will probably be punished with a superb of as much as $1,000.