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COVID-19 Latest Count Tuesday (May 5) 1:00 pm

Tuesday, May 5  – 12:00 pm Where Confirmed Deceased Recovered Active Worldwide 3,710,380 256,920 1,235,477 2,218,995 The U.S. 1,229,919 71,670 198,935 959,314 Texas 33,573 935 14,891 32,639 Monday, April 20 – 12:00 pm Where Confirmed Deceased Tested Recovered Worldwide 2,178,149 145,329 18,161,936 546,743 The U.S. 749,222 39,375 3,394,173 67,052 Texas ...

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Unexpected Help From Paris Woman

(Not actual masks)E-Paris – Extra is reporting on the bond established between two women – hundreds of miles apart. Danielle Nichols of Paris wanted a doll for her son and contacted New Jersey dollmaker Loretta Boronat. During their conversation, Boronat told Nichols that she had run out of particular material ...

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UPDATE New COVID-19 Case In Titus County

Titus County Judge Brian Lee confirmed Tuesday morning that the county has its 21st case of Coronavirus COVID-19. That patient was a woman between the ages of 20 and 29. Tuesday afternoon, they confirmed cases 22 and 23 in Titus County. They were a man and woman in the same ...

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Two More Lamar County Deaths From COVID-19

  The Paris-Lamar County Health District has received notification of two additional deaths related to COVID-19. The three confirmed fatalities were all residents of the Paris Healthcare Nursing Home facility. There are now at least 71 cases of the illness in Lamar County, with 51 of them associated staff or ...

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Hunt County COVID-19 Update

Hunt County officials report that a patient who was being treated for COVID-19 at the Hunt Regional Medical Center has passed away. The patient was a 65-year-old man who had underlying medical issues that may have contributed to his death. It was Hunt County’s third coronavirus death. There are currently ...

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Fans Would Rather Games Return Without Fans Than Wait

A survey of sports fans by ESPN found that the majority would instead that televised sports return without fans than wait for sports to come back only when it’s safe to have fans in the stands. Of those surveyed, 65% said they’d prefer games again without fans, and it increased ...

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Carnival Cruise Line Says It Will Resume Sailing August 1

Carnival Cruise Line says it will set sail again starting Aug. 1. One of the cities it is Operating out of is Galveston. Carnival noted that they would cancel all North American cruises from June 27 to July 31, but beginning Aug. 1, the Carnival Breeze and Carnival Elation will ...

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Texas Real Estate Business Survives During Pandemic

The Texas economy has screeched to a halt, thanks to the coronavirus outbreak. However, there’s one area that has felt the impact, but not to the degree that other industries have. The real estate business hit the brakes later than others. Even in a pandemic, people are looking to move ...

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Expert: Texas Reopening Showing Signs Of Working

A leading North Texas expert on infectious diseases says the slow-reopening of the state shows signs of working. But Doctor Paul Pepe says progress depends on practicing social safety for some time. Pepe says the country of Singapore could be a good indicator. Singapore is a densely-packed island-nation that managed ...

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Third Coronavirus Death Reported In Hunt County

Hunt County officials report that a patient who was being treated for COVID-19 at the Hunt Regional Medical Center has passed away. The patient was a 65-year-old man who had underlying medical issues that may have contributed to his death. It was Hunt County’s third coronavirus death. There are currently ...

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