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WATCH: City leaders host Q&A about ‘Stay Home, Work Safe’ orders

To submit questions to the city and county attorneys, see below

SAN ANTONIO – City and county leaders held a Q&A to answer residents’ questions about the “Stay Home, Work Safe” orders that were issued Monday by San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff.

View the entire Q&A in the video player above.

The emergency orders include tighter restrictions for businesses and residents in an attempt to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.

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The Stay Home, Work Safe” rules go into effect at 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday and will remain in effect until April 9, unless extended. Residents are instructed to stay home unless for crucial errands or essential job duties.

Because such an order is unprecedented in San Antonio, many residents may have questions about what is and is not allowed.

Deputy City Attorney Liz Provencio and Civil Section Chief of the Bexar County District Attorneys Office Larry Roberson hosted the Q&A to answer those questions.

Explained: San Antonio, Bexar County issue ‘Stay Home, Work Safe’ orders. Here’s what that means.

If you have a question you would like answered, please submit it in the form below and we will forward it to city leaders. You can also submit questions on the city’s social media pages -- @COSAGOV on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, or by calling 311 or (210) 207-6000, or by emailing 311customerservice@sanantonio.gov.


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