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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Giving and Guidance


 

 

Texas Supreme Court Order on Eviction Proceedings

For all eviction proceedings filed from March 27, 2020, through August 24, 2020, a sworn original, amended, or supplemental petition containing “a description of the facts and grounds for eviction” required by Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 510.3(a)(2) must state whether or not...

Click here to read the full order.

 

 

Today's Risk Level

Today's COVID-19 Risk

Dallas County COVID-19 Health Guidance for the Public

A thoughtful document to guide us as we navigate in our community during the COVID-19 pandemic. The document was prepared by the Public Health Committee made up of public health, epidemiology, and infectious disease leaders who have prepared their entire adult lives to advise us in this moment. Their goal is to keep us safe through continued containment of COVID-19.

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Click here for the latest #COVID19 guide from doctors and medical professionals about safe activities for you and your family.

Nivel de riesgo de hoy

Today's COVID-19 Risk - SPANISH

Orientación de salud para el público en el Condado Dallas en torno al COVID-19

Se adjunta un documento reflexivo para guiarnos mientras navegamos nuestras comunidades durante la pandemia de COVID-19. El documento fue preparado por el Comité de Salud Pública compuesto por líderes de salud pública, epidemiología y enfermedades infecciosas que han preparado toda su vida adulta para asesorarnos en este momento. Su objetivo es mantenernos seguros mediante la contención continua de COVID-19.

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Haga clic aquí para obtener la guía # COVID19 más reciente de médicos y profesionales médicos sobre actividades seguras para usted y su familia.

 

 

Know Your Risk: Common Activities

Click here to view the guidance.

 

 

Guidance for Individuals at High-Risk

High-Risk Individuals Are People That Meet Any One of the Following Criteria:

  • 65 years of age or older
  • Live in a nursing home or long-term care facility
  • Have an underlying medical condition:
    • Lung disease including moderate to severe asthma and COPD
    • Serious heart conditions and hypertension<
    • Immunocompromised (including cancer treatment, smoking, bone marrow or organ transplants, immune deficiencies, poorly controlled HIV or AIDS, and prolonged use of corticosteroids and other immune weakening medications)
    • Are obese
    • Have diabetes
    • Have chronic kidney disease or are undergoing dialysis
    • Have liver disease

Click here to read the full guide.

 

 

COVID-19 Monitoring Data

Click here to view the monitoring data.

 

 

Orientación para personas en alto riesgo

Personas De Alto Riesgo Son Personas Que Cumplen Cualquiera De Los Siguientes Criterios:

  • 65 años o más
  • Vive en un hogar de ancianos o en un centro de atención a largo plazo,
  • Personas de todas las edades con una afección médica subyacente:
    • enfermedad pulmonar que incluye asma moderada a severa y EPOC
    • condiciones cardíacas graves e hipertensión
    • inmunocomprometidos (incluido el tratamiento del cáncer, tabaquismo, trasplantes de médula ósea u órganos, deficiencias inmunes, VIH o SIDA mal controlados y uso prolongado de corticosteroides y otros medicamentos para el debilitamiento inmunitario)
    • obesidad
    • diabetes
    • enfermedad renal crónica sometida a diálisis
    • enfermedad del hígado

Haga clic aquí para leer la guía completa.

 

 

Got Stress?

COVID-19 Mental Health Resources are available for Dallas County Residents.

 

Stay Safe Business

We applaud the businesses that remain committed to voluntarily creating a safer experience for employees and consumers.

Click here to read more.

 

 

Reopening and Safety Guidance for Business

Guidance for Apartment Complexes  |  Orientación para complejos de apartamentos
Reopening: Guidance for Hair and Nail Salons
Reopening: Guidance for Law Firms
Reopening: Guidance for the Restaurant Industry
Reopening: Guidance for the Retail Industry

To report health and safety concerns and violations for essential businesses and reopened services.

 

 

Worship and Religious Services Guidance

CDC Resources for Community- and Faith-Based Leaders
Guidance for Houses of Worship During the COVID-19 Crisis
Implementation of Mitigation Strategies for Communities with Local COVID-19 Transmission

 

 

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

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Dallas County Needs Supplies, Services and Equipment

Dallas County frontline responders and long-term care facilities are in need of personal protective equipment, sanitizer and ventilators.
Help us help them.

 

 

Are You a Dallas County Resident Who Has Concerns?

For business related inquiries, please email BusinessCOVID19@dallascounty.org.
For constituent inquiries or concerns, please email DC.Judge@dallascounty.org.

 
 

 

Dallas County Needs Volunteers

 

DFW Sewing Relief
DFW Sewing Relief is a group of more than 1,000 volunteers across the DFW Metroplex committed to creating masks for our local medical providers and first responders during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Click here to visit their website to support their effort through creation, logistics, or distribution.

 
 

 

Volunteer as a Medical Professional
If you are an active or retired health care provider, a medical or nursing student, please complete the form below.
We appreciate your support!

Become a General Volunteer
VolunteerNow is working with nonprofits to help them re-imagine how volunteers can support their most urgent needs. Agencies are exploring ways to meet critical needs while protecting the health of clients, staff, and volunteers. Drive through services, on-line communications, and telephone check-ins are helping to provide services important to the health and welfare of our community. Volunteers are needed to provide these services.
Thank you for your support of our community!

 

 

Other ways to help:

  1. Follow all public health guidelines to keep yourself and others safe and healthy.
  2. Ask yourself, “Am I well enough to volunteer?”
  3. Look for ways to address Urgent Needs in the community at www.VOLY.org. Check back often for new opportunities as needs arise.
  4. Make an appointment to donate blood at a community blood drive this month with the American Red Cross or your local blood bank.
  5. Ask about protocols organizations are using for sanitation and safety.
 

 

Dallas County COVID-19 Response Fund

This fund will now let us efficiently raise philanthropic funds to continue supporting frontline responders of the County.
We appreciate your support!