2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

COVID19-graphic“Protecting the health and safety of our citizens is our highest priority. We will continue to participate in state, regional and local response measures.”
Mayor Tammy Dana-Bashian


Current COVID-19 Case Count

Wednesday, June 16


LocationCasesDeathsRecovered
National33,488,137
600,337n/a
Texas2,532,112
50,883
2,856,169
North Texas1,483,204
12,199
1,124,312
Dallas County261,840
4,099
n/a
Rockwall County9,576
1609,396
City of Rowlett6,272856,164

*Case count discrepancies may exist, due to incomplete or changing information. The data in this table represents the current data available to the Rowlett Office of Emergency Management.

Rowlett cases include 3,268 females and 2,961 males. They range in age from 7 months to over 90. The City of Rowlett joins with other government entities in protecting the privacy and safety of households with suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19. Rowlett will continue to alert the public about any new cases but will restrict information to age range and gender as it is available to us.
Texas Health and Human Services COVID-19 Case Count Dashboard

The City of Rowlett is under a Declaration of Local Disaster Order. 

The directives in this order, along with its expiration date, mirror the Executive Orders put in place by Governor Abbott. 

Texas Governor Greg Abbott Executive Orders 

The statewide mask mandate has been lifted and businesses may operate at 100% occupancy following the Open Texas protocols. See Executive Order GA-34 for more information. Face coverings are optional in all City of Rowlett facilities. See Executive Order GA-36 for more information.

County Orders

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