On March 31, Texas Governor Greg Abbott ordered Texans to minimize social gatherings and minimize in-person contact with people who are not in the same household, except for obtaining or providing essential services, through April 30. For more details, including a definition of essential services:
Residents of Collin County ordered to stay at home, except for essential activities
For a list of what are considered essential businesses:
McKinney, TX residents ordered to shelter-in-place
On March 25, McKinney Mayor George Fuller issued an order requiring citizens of McKinney to shelter-in-place. All residents have been asked to stay home and all but essential businesses are to be closed.
The City of McKinney has established a COVID – 19 hotline, available M-F, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
E-mail: [email protected]
Anna, TX Information at LINK
Email: [email protected]
Melissa, TX Information at LINK
Shelter-in-place through April 30 LINK 1 LINK 2
Prosper, TX Information at LINK
Residents may also call Collin County Health Care Services at 972-548-5500 for health-related questions.