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Titus County Judge Brian Lee On State Coronavirus Testing

  Titus County Judge Brian Lee reported that  67 new positive cases of COVID-19 had been reported  in the county on Wednesday. That brings the total to 366.  He expressed a lot of frustration with the state’s testing and said on KLTV-TV  that Civic Center and Pilgrim’s test results have ...

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Updated Hopkins County Estimated Number of COVID-19 Screenings

— From information gathered from the majority of the healthcare partners in Hopkins County for the past 73 days, the information is as follows: ** Some private businesses and health facilities have used private organizations to screen their workers, those numbers are not represented in this press release as they ...

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Tuesday’s Results For Titus County COVID-19

Tuesday ended with Titus County’s case count at 366 (299+67 added). New cases include test results from Saturday, May 9 drive-through, Pilgrims plantwide testing, and local testing. According to Judge Brian Lee, it is very frustrating that it takes so long to get results, and this prevents us from seeing ...

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Five East Texas Hospitals Receive Anti-Viral Drug Remdesivir

Governor Greg Abbott From the Office of Governor Greg Abbott Today, Governor Greg Abbott announced that the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) is distributing seven additional cases of the antiviral drug remdesivir to five hospitals across the East Texas region. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services ...

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Fewer People Plan To Go On Vacation This Year

Fewer people plan to take a vacation this year than they did during the Great Recession. A survey from Rasmussen Reports found that only 26% of Americans plan to go away this summer. It is down from the average rate of 51% and even lower than following the Wall Street ...

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Titus County Coronavirus Report From Judge Brian Lee

The following is paraphrased from Judge Brian Lee on Tuesday evening. I’m sorry that I don’t have an accurate update for today. Here is all I know. The state has completed about half of the Pilgrim’s plant test results, along with the Civic Center test remaining results on Sat May ...

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Abbott Announces Additional Activities That Can Open

Governor Greg Abbott says more services and activities can resume as part of his Phase II of re-opening the state. Starting Friday, water parks can open with 25% capacity, and on May 31, recreational sports for adults can resume, but no games until June 15. Food courts in malls can ...

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Hopkins County Reports 4 New COVID-19 Patients

Hopkins County Emergency Management received confirmation from the state of four more positive tests of the COVID-19 virus. One patient is in the city, and three were in the county. All are in isolation at their homes. That brings the total number of cases in Hopkins County to 21, with ...

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Lamar County Suffers 10th COVID-19 Death, Two Additional Cases

On 5/26/2020, the Paris-Lamar County Health District received notification of an additional death related to COVID-19. Ten total Covid-19 related deaths, eight are associated with Paris Healthcare Center, and two are unrelated. As of today, 5/26/2020, Lamar County received notification of an additional two COVID-19 cases, a 23-year-old female and ...

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