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Liberty County Amended Order


On Saturday, Liberty County Judge Jay Knight amended his March 24th Stay Safe Emergency Executive Order. The County’s administrator said this amendment clarifies the earlier order. In the original Executive order religious and worship services could only be conducted off-site by video or teleconference. Judge Knight has now included drive up worship services in a parking lot as long as attendees stay in their cars. The new order also calls for only one person per family may enter an essential business, unless a parent has no alternative care available for their child, or someone requires assistance due to physical or medical needs.  The Judge also added gun shops and gun dealers to the list of essential business after Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton deemed those essential businesses.

Again, on Saturday Liberty County Judge Jay Knight amended his original Executive order. The new order calls for only one person per family to enter an essential business. It also allows for religious and worship services on-site only as long as congregants remain in their cars in the parking lot or a field. Judge Knight also added gun shops and gun dealers to the list of essential business after Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton deemed those essential businesses.

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