One of Fort Worth's social restrictions is to take the temperature of all visitors to city facilities. If your temp reads 100 (F), you are told to leave.
Of course you could be running a fever from a sinus infection, not the coronavirus. I guess this is a necessary precautionary measure, but I don't like it.
Watching international news is quite informative. The BBC reported a very simply understood Public Announcement Service:
If Coronavirus, the symptoms to be on the lookout for are:
1. A fever that you will certainly be aware of (100+); I would expect that you would not be walking around at civic facilities
2. Your body will be hot (pirsperations, sweating on chest and back, skin will be flush)
3. Your cough will be chain and dry (multiple coughing without being wet or draining)
4. Your breathing will be labored.
You may be ill, but it might be a common cold, allergies, or some other underlying illness.
Remember to wash your hands frequently and to limit your contact with others, especially the elderly.
The latest information suggests that even though the elderly are most in harms way, those below the ages of 40 are also getting seriously ill which can lead to their fatality.
Every one is at some risk.
Texas is among only 7 other states that has not had a state wide official declaration of an emergency; and the Governor has so far left decisions in the hands of the local officials. This may be the reason that Mayor Price has come up with such a mealy mouse plan.
Also, if you can afford it, donate a few extra bucks to the your utilities' non-profit energy assistance program. A lot of families will be struggling to pay bills for the foreseeable future.