Under Gov. Greg Abbott’s Executive Order 32, graveside funeral services that are secular are limited to 10 people in attendance. If a larger number of guests are anticipated, then it has to be approved by the mayor or county judge, depending on where the cemetery is located. Graveside services that are religious based do not have a limit. Information in a story on Page A2 Tuesday was not clear.
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