TABC says agents visited nearly 1,500 Texas businesses this past weekend to verify that they were complying with the order. 59 were found to be operating in violation of the order; 52 of those agreed to immediately close.
Because Fredericksburg is located in Gillespie County, which has fewer than five confirmed cases of COVID-19, the governor's order will allow restaurants and retail shops there to operate at 50 percent occupancy.
The city of Fredericksburg says the person was tested on Thursday, March 26 and received the presumptive positive results Tuesday, March 31.
At least seven stores were also damaged in this incident, as well as a number of vehicles that had been parked along Main Street.
With the unveiling of a design for an Operation Desert Storm memorial in Fredericksburg, groundbreaking in Washington DC could be right around the corner.
Along with songs from a choir, a memorial wreath was presented, as well as a traditional rifle salute. But political shots were also fired by Governor Greg Abbott.
The car, a blue 1947 Lincoln convertible with a cream soft top, had been parked in a lot around 2 p.m. that day. When the owner returned around 4:30 p.m., the car was gone.
A district judge ruled in favor of Kinder Morgan building a pipeline slated to run across the Hill Country. Landowners and local government officials filed suit against the construction of the pipeline back in April.