Dallas (WBAP/KLIF) – Dallas County announced late Friday night it has increased its coronavirus threat level to orange for unvaccinated people. County Judge Clay Jenkins says the change was made in response to a surge in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations. Among other things that means indoor dining at restaurants is discouraged for the unvaccinated, but not banned as long as the restrictions on social distancing and masks are enforced. Drive-through, curbside, delivery, and takeout dining options are recommended instead, but, again, they are not required. The official guideline also recommends avoiding non-essential travel, limiting outdoor gatherings to fewer than 10, and attending entertainment events only if COVID-19 safety measures are in place.