Business owners still question Cameron County shelter-in-place order
BROWNSVILLE – A shelter-in-place order goes into effect at midnight in Cameron County after the number of coronavirus cases increased over the weekend.
In a news conference Monday afternoon, County Judge Eddie Treviño Jr. explained that essential businesses may remain open during the 14-day order.
Although the list of essential businesses is extensive, many business owners still have questions.
According to the order, nonessential businesses in Cameron County have to close up shop.
Watch the video above for the full report.
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