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This chart uses compiled data from the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) and MCHD. DISCLAIMER: All data are provisional and are subject to change.
By Patrick Svitek - April 27, 2020 Gov. Greg Abbott said Monday that he will let the state’s stay-at-home order expire Thursday as scheduled and allow businesses to begin reopening in phases the next day, the latest ramp-up in his...
COVID-19 Stats for May 7, 2020
As the COVID-19 pandemic worsens, states across the country are increasingly taking a more heavy-handed approach to contain the new strain of coronavirus — shuttering schools, bars and restaurants and deploying state militaries.
Gov. Greg Abbott announced Monday he would waive testing requirements for this year’s STAAR exam, as schools expect to be closed at least through April if not through the end of the year, due to coronavirus.
Tuesday before starting a conference call with hospitals across the state, Governor Abbott gave a brief COVID-19 update and announced he was fully activating the Texas National Guard to assist as needed. The Governor noted that no deployments were...
Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath told school superintendents and lawmakers Sunday to be prepared for long-term school district closures, potentially through the end of the school year, especially in areas where the new coronavirus has spread.
UPDATED: March 15, 2020, at 12:54 p.m. Moore County Hospital District (MCHD) officials announced Friday on Facebook that they are locking down facilities. Although there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in our area at this time, MCHD is currently in...
Gov. Greg Abbott on Sunday ratcheted up travel restrictions into Texas during the new coronavirus pandemic, while announcing the state's first pop-up hospital to deal with the crisis. He also said he was moving to "stop the release of dangerous felons" amid the outbreak.
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