Sabine County Courthouse

As of 8 a.m., Monday, April 6, 2020, Sabine County has no confirmed cases of COVID-19. Although, we have no confirmed cases, everyone is reminded that the clear and present danger of exposure is extremely high, and that all precautions should be taken to avoid exposure, by staying at home, socially distancing, washing hands often, avoiding contact and close proximity to anyone else, and avoiding public places as much as possible.  It’s simple…Stay at Home.       

Every adjoining county and parish bordering on Sabine County have now confirmed cases and statistics (and common sense) show that it is only a matter of time, before our first cases are confirmed.

Angelina      8

Houston      0

Jasper          2

Nacogdoches 11

Newton      1

Polk            5

Sabine        0

San Augustine   4

San Jacinto        1

Shelby        9

Trinty          0

Tyler           1

•​following the "Stay at Home" order,

•​practicing social distancing,

•​washing hands thoroughly and frequently, or using hand sanitizer

•​try to avoid touching your face

•​cleaning surfaces frequently

•​staying home if you're ill

Let's keep in mind that we are all in this together and we will all get through this together. Please, stay home as much as humanly possible and stay safe. PRAY.

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