Board of Aldermen Vote to Reopen Branson

City of Branson News Release:

BRANSON, Mo – The Branson Board of Aldermen unanimously voted to remove all local restrictions that were outlined in Chapter 58 of the Branson Municipal Code pertaining to social distancing, essential businesses and the spread of communicable diseases on a double read at a special Board of Aldermen, Monday, May 4, 2020. All aldermen were present.

 

This means residents and businesses in the City of Branson are required to follow all state requirements from the Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services. Those requirements can be found here:  https://governor.mo.gov/show-me-strong-recovery-plan-guidance-and-frequently-asked-questions. This ordinance will go into effect immediately.

 

The City of Branson will continue to work in coordination with partner agencies, as well as the state and federal government, to monitor this rapidly evolving situation and to ensure our response actions are based on the latest facts. We will communicate updates to the Branson community as the situation changes and as we make additional decisions regarding our local response. For these updates, go to the “Coronavirus Updates” page on our website at http://www.bransonmo.gov/805/Coronavirus-Information.

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