MAYOR OF AUSTIN SAID THERE IS NO NEED OF CURFEW IN CITY FURTHER
On Mon Thirteen April, Mayor with KVUE explore what Austin citizens should do to prevent corona virus spreading.
Adler has stated that the bulk of Austin's corona virus infections are from population aged around Twenty and Forty years.
After reverting from their spring trip to other country, a large some of Austin tourists including forty-four students from the University of Texas recently confirmed for corona virus.
The Mayor gave some recommendations for those who go out.
"You are still extremely infectious, whether you are getting indications or not," Mayor said. "This is a virus in which it is truly up to each of us personally to shield each other. It is essential for us all to don face mask and maintain social isolation."
Many Texas communities have given curfews to restrict broad events that occur at night.
Adler stated he didn't see the need for an area-wide curfew, because there were no big crowds of citizens in the Austin region.
"The city has no problem with the large crowds at nighttime," the mayor told. "There's no excuse for those to be out at nights unless they're traveling or doing anything urgent or important. We haven't seen a need to impose a lockdown at this stage."