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COVID-19

Oklahoma Coronavirus

Oklahoma reported 3,241 more coronavirus cases on Sunday and 22 additional deaths. The Oklahoma State Department of Health says there have been 216,486 cases since the pandemic began and 1,896 deaths.

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COVID Vaccine Could Be Long Lasting

The head of the U.S. vaccine development effort said Sunday he believes the COVID-19 vaccine could have long-lasting effects once distributed. Dr. Moncef Slaoui noted that only time would tell for sure. Still, in his opinion, the vaccine’s effectiveness could last for “many, many years,” with older people and others …

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COVID-19 Latest Count Sunday (Dec 06) 4:00 PM

Sunday, Dec 06 – 4:00 pm Where Confirmed Deceased Recovered Active Worldwide` 67,273,793 1,540,216 46,024,267 18,860,620 The U.S. 15,101,737 288,589 8,835,900 5,977,248 Texas 1,342,779 23,182 1,060,957 258,640   Friday, Nov 20 – 8:00 pm Where Confirmed Deceased Recovered Active Worldwide 57,895,314 1,376,806 39,611,505 16,722,478 The U.S. 12,274,702 260,283 7,316,307 4,498,112 …

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Lamar County Coronavirus Update 12.03.20

The Paris-Lamar County Health District reports two new deaths from Coronavirus. The latest patients to die were an 81-year-old woman and a 67-year-old man. The district also reported 30 new cases of the virus for a total cumulative of 2,885. The state COVID-19 dashboard shows 69 total deaths from the …

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Northeast Texas Hospitalizations

Area F (which includes Lamar, Hopkins and Titus counties) has been over 15% for the past five days. After seven days, Executive Order GA-32 goes into effect defining high hospitalizations of COVID-19. Executive Order GA-32 (Effective October 14, 2020) On October 8, 2020, Governor Greg Abbott issued Executive Order GA-32 to reopen specific …

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Texas Restaurants Prepare For New Restrictions

Many restaurants are preparing for another round of restrictions as the region’s COVID-19 cases continue to rise. If any region in the state is above the 15 percent threshold for COVID-19 hospitalizations for seven days, the state-imposed rollback takes effect. That would mean restaurants would go from 75 back to …

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Fort Worth Superintendent Pushes For Early Teacher Vaccinations

With COVID-19 vaccines just around the corner, one North Texas school superintendent is pushing for teachers to be among the first to receive them. In announcing his initial COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan, Governor Abbott said frontline workers would be among the first to get the vaccine. Fort Worth ISD Superintendent …

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