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Lamar County COVID-19 Cases Climb To 61

Update- 4/29/2020 COVID-19 update from the Paris-Lamar County Health District. As previously announced, today, the Health District was notified of the first COVID-19 related death associated with Paris Healthcare Center Nursing Facility. Also, on 4/29/2020, the Paris-Lamar County Health District has been notified of an additional 4 COVID-19 cases, for ...

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First Death Of COVID Reported In Paris

Paris-Lamar County Health District has learned of the first COVID-19 related death in Lamar County. This death is associated with the current COVID-19 outbreak at the Paris Healthcare Center nursing home facility.

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COVID-19 Latest Count – Wednesday (Apr 29) 12:00 Noon

Wednesday, April 29 – 12:00 pm Where Confirmed Deceased Recovered Active Worldwide 3,170,474 220,324 979,212 1,974,371 The U.S. 1,040,233 59,819 143,302 837,112 Texas 27,050 731 11,786 25,640 Friday, Mar 20 – 12:00 pm Where Confirmed Deceased Serious Recovered Worldwide 256,176 10,593 7,449 87,388 The U.S. 15,888 206 60 26 Texas ...

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Titus County Case #16 Of COVID-19

Titus County Judge Brian Lee confirmed another case of COVID-19 in the county. Patient No. 16 is a 49-year-old woman and could be industry related. Further details are not available.

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Why Covid-19 Might Make You Rethink Your Vaping Habits

The coronavirus has proven to be deadly for those with underlying health conditions. Now, doctors are warning that vaping could increase the risk of complications. Richard Wettstein, with the “School of Health Professions” at UT Health San Antonio, says the use of e-cigarettes damages the lungs. And he says vaping ...

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Legal Expert: As Businesses Reopen, Lawsuits Possible

Businesses that are re-opening after the coronavirus shutdown will need to worry about liability. Experts are predicting a spike in lawsuits, stemming from people who go into public and get sick. Vincent Johnson, the interim dean at St. Mary’s School of Law, says this all comes down to negligence. He ...

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Changes Coming To Hopkins County Dairy Festival

There are changes made to this year’s Hopkins County Dairy Festival. It will be for one day only, Saturday, August 8, and will feature a parade, judges dinner in the afternoon, and the pageant at night. The queen’s candidate milking contest will probably not happen, but they have not determined ...

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