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Dallas County’s coronavirus stay-at-home order was extended until April 30 on Friday after a vote by county commissioners. That means all of the current rules put into place to slow the spread of COVID-19 will stay in place for another month and a half – like closure of restaurants/bars except for take out/delivery and the closure of all businesses unless they’ve been deemed essential.The original order was set to expire at 11:59 p.m. Friday night. The only way the May 20 extension could be shortened would be if county commissioners voted to move up the end date. The vote came as Dallas County continues to be one of the biggest COVID-19 hot zones in the state. On Friday afternoon the county reported 90 new cases, bringing the total to 921 with 17 deaths
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