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No Longer Accepting Work Safe Plans

The Edinburg City Council approved a Stay Home, Work Safe order, effective at 11:59 P.M. on March 24, 2020. This applied to all businesses and organizations identified by the Department of Homeland Security through the National Cyber Security and Infrastructure Agency. As we continue to operate in this delicate state throughout the nation, measures need to be taken across our city. 

This is why it was mandatory for all businesses or organizations to continue operating to implement and enforce distancing, sanitation and proper hygiene practices and comply with the Emergency Order signed by Richard Molina.  

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All operating businesses and organizations MUST have  submitted a Work Safe Plan to the City of Edinburg within 48 hours. THEY ARE NO LONGER BEING ACCEPTED. 

For more information on this new change, it can be found in Section 7 in the  new order which can be found here. For other information concerning other orders signed by City of Edinburg Richard Molina, please visit our Coronavirus (COVID-19) website here and find further details on the new changes happening for the betterment of our citizens across The City of Edinburg. 

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