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Titus County COVID-19 Is Up

COVID-19 cumulative cases for Titus County is now 220. Wednesday, Titus added 59 new positive cases. Judge Brian Lee states that they are receiving local positive test results from the hospital, local Clinics, and Doctors faster than the State Health Department is reporting them to the county. The State’s website ...

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Cuban Sparks Discussions With Stimulus Idea

This week, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has been stealing headlines with his idea to send American households one thousand dollars every two weeks. The catch is, you’ve got to spend that money within ten days, or it goes away. For him, he said that the Payroll Protection Program didn’t ...

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Primary Care Doctor Visits Down 60% Since Start Of Covid-19 Pandemic

Visits to primary care doctors declined by as much as 60% as the COVID-19 outbreak took hold in the United States in early April, an analysis on Wednesday. The impact on health, even as practices begin to reopen for non-coronavirus patients, has been significant, experts say. In research conducted by ...

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Texas Ships Remdesivir To Hospitals

Texas has received 217 cases of Remdesivir and will distribute them to 112 hospitals throughout the state. The drug has been proven to help those with Covid-19 breath better and can lessen their hospital stay, freeing up much-needed beds. North Texas will get 81 cases of the antiviral drug, which ...

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Texas Lawmaker Calls On Gov. Abbott To Expand COVID-19 Testing

A state lawmaker calls on Governor Abbott to expand COVID-19 testing in state-run facilities. State Representative James Talarico wrote the Governor asking every Texas nursing home, state group homes, and state psychiatric hospital resident and staffer to have testing for COVID-19. The Governor mandated testing for nursing homes only. Talarico ...

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Travel Expected To Be Down For Memorial Day Holiday

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, AAA didn’t release its Memorial Day holiday weekend travel forecast this year. Triple-A said it expects to have a near-record low in terms of travel volume. The lowest record that AAA has was set back in 2009 with 31 million people. The CDC recommends that ...

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Upudate From Paris-Lamar County Health District

As of Wednesday, May 20, Lamar County received notification of an additional one COVID-19 cases. It is a 61-year-old female. Lamar County has a total of 126 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Seven cases are travel-related, and 119 are community spread. There are a total of nine COVID-19 related deaths. Seven ...

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