General Health Information for The BBC Church Family: Coronavirus-COVID19
UPDATED: April 22, 2020 at 10:03 PM
Dear Precinct 2 Community, 
Just over a month ago an emergency disaster declaration was put in place for our county. I am sure that for many of you, the time has both flown by and also slowly crawled by as the dramatic changes to our daily lives and the ramifications of this global pandemic settle in. That’s a lot to process! Please remember there are resources available to you (see more info below on recent resource updates) and me and the Precinct 2 team are working hard, every day, on your behalf. We are in this with you and we are here for you. We need you to keep up the great work in Staying Home and Working Safe!
Today at Commissioners Court we discussed the Governor’s most recent Executive Orders and approved a modified County Order, generally to be in keeping with changes at the Federal and State levels.
Key highlights to those changes include but are not limited to:
  • Loosening restrictions on certain medical procedures and surgeries dependent on the hospital/clinic’s bed and PPE availability.
  • Allowing “Retail-To-Go” for retail shops.
  • Real Estate Transactions should be conducted as much as possible with web-based technology. In-person showings are allowed so long as CDC guidance is strictly followed.
  • In person worship services are still not allowed due to substantial community spread/transmission of COVID-19 (as determined by our Public Health Director earlier this month).
The County’s Modified Order shall take effect at 11:59pm on today, April 21, 2020.
Read the County’s modified order here:
Read Governor Abbott’s Executive Order here:
Also at Commissioners Court we approved a Memorandum of Understanding  (MOU) between Tarrant County Public Health and MedStar to jointly provide educational services, specialized training and addressing COVID-19 related questions and concerns to senior independent living centers, as well as extended care, assisted living facilities, and skilled nursing facilities in Tarrant County. This MOU is an important step as we continue caring for especially vulnerable residents and front line staff who are in these facilities.
UPDATED: April 11, 2020 at 12:00 PM
The following link contains information for immediate assistance for those affected by COVID-19.
UPDATED: March 19, 2020 at 3:00 PM
Click here to watch Dr. Rabjohn talk about the COVID-19 virus.