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Texas City Orders Mandatory Mask-Wearing.

With a spike in coronavirus cases, cities across the state have been asking the governor to mandate mask-wearing. He’s pushed back, leaving it up to individuals to make the right call. So, in San Antonio, they’re now mandating that businesses come up with a health and safety plan, which they ...

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COVID-19 Latest Count Wednesday (Jun 17) 7:00 PM

Wednesday, Jun 17 – 7:00 pm Where Confirmed Deceased Recovered Active Worldwide 8,389,730 450,399 4,172,940 3,601,890 The U.S. 2,233,231 119,930 912,420 1,200,881 Texas 98,962 2,104 62,368 36,177 Wednesday, May 20 – 12:00 pm Where Confirmed Deceased Recovered Active Worldwide 5,039,500 326,501 1,994,012 2,720,114 The U.S. 1,577,936 93,867 364,683 1,119,386 Texas ...

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Paris Animal Shelter To Temporarily Close

One of the Paris PD animal control officers has symptoms of the COVID-19 virus. The first test for the virus was negative, but his signs indicated to his physician that it would be best for him to be off work for the next 14 days. A repeat test will happen ...

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Red River County COVID-19 Update

Clarksville Mayor Ann Rushing reports that Red River County now has 97 confirmed COVID-19 cases with 37 patients recovered. Of the last ten, cases reported there are five females between the ages of 34 and 67, five males between the ages of 50 and 68, and a baby. The baby ...

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Hopkins County Hospital District COVID-19 Update 06.17.

Hopkins County Hospital District / HCEMS                                             Sulphur Springs TX 75482 Brent Smith, COO / EMS Director                                                               DATE: 06/17/2020 903-438-4372                                                                                     TIME: 10:30   Updated Hopkins County Estimated Number of COVID-19 Screenings — FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE —- Information gathered from the majority of the healthcare partners in Hopkins ...

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Four North Texas School Close Athletic Facilities After New COVID-19 Cases

In the past two days, four North Texas high schools have closed their workout facilities due to positive COVID-19 cases, and another high school has confirmed a student tested positive for COVID-19. Student-athletes from Arlington, Carroll, Krum, Plano, and Frisco have tested positive for COVID-19. Each of the high schoolers ...

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Another Record Day For COVID-19 Cases In Texas

From the Office of Governor Greg Abbott Texas set another new daily record Tuesday for the number COVID-19 cases by reporting 2,622. Governor Greg Abbott says that increase is due to problems in how some counties report their claims, and on outbreaks in some prisons and nursing homes. He says ...

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New AD, Head FB Coach For Cumby

Cumby ISD has hired a Sulphur Springs native to be its new Athletic Director and Head Football Coach. Charles Boles comes to Cumby from Miles, TX. Boles has been in coaching for 25 years. He replaces Tom Dracos, who left to become an Offensive Coordinator in Cuero.

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Some Texas Mayors Want Masking Mandatory

Mayors from nine Texas cities sent a letter to Governor Abbott Tuesday, asking for permission to enforce mandatory mask-wearing as coronavirus cases and hospitalizations spike in the state. The mayors of San Antonio, Houston, Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, El Paso, Arlington, Plano, and Grand Prairie signed the letter, arguing that ...

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Paris Lamar County Health District UPDATE

As of Tuesday, June 20, Lamar County received notification of an additional two COVID-19 cases, a 20-year-old female and a 58-year-old male. There are 12 total COVID-19 related deaths, nine associated with Paris Healthcare Center, one with Stillhouse, and two unrelated deaths. Lamar County has 180 confirmed cases of COVID-19 ...

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