Mayor Bynum Issues New Guidance For COVID-19 In Tulsa
Wednesday, April 29th 2020, 1:25 pm
By: News On 6
Tulsa, Oklahoma -
Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum says that Tulsa’s Safer at Home Order will expire Friday May 1 except those who are over the age of 65 or with underlying medical conditions as outlined in the Oklahoma's Phase One Reopening Plan.
During a briefing on Wednesday Mayor Bynum said the Safer at Home order will be replaced by the Mayor’s Civil Emergency Executive Order.
The following new guidelines for citizens and businesses will be in place May 1:
- All events or gatherings of more than 10 people in the City of Tulsa are banned through May 15 when the pandemic emergency conditions will be reassessed. This includes all social gatherings. Religious services, commercial activity and work are not considered gatherings.
- City-owned playgrounds, recreation centers, pools, splash pads and day camps shall remain closed indefinitely.
- City-owned sport courts, golf courses, pickleball, sports fields, and dog parks may resume operations with physical distancing and sanitation precautions on May 1.
- City-owned sports complexes and organized sports activities with more than 10 people shall remain closed through June 1.
- No special event permits will be issued through May 14. The City will reassess special permits by May 15.
You can find more info at: www.cityoftulsa.org/COVID-19. Watch the Mayor's Full Statement HERE