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Texas could receive coronavirus vaccine doses to give an initial dose to up to 1.4 million Texans in December, assuming U.S. health officials approve coronavirus vaccine candidates from drugmakers … more
Katy ISD is now offering free COVID-19 screenings to all students of the district, said KISD Director of Risk Management Lance Nauman. The Food and Drug Administration-approved saliva-based test is … more
COVID-19 had a significant impact on the Seven Lakes cross country and team tennis teams this week. more
The Katy ISD athletics department is juggling schedules after several COVID-19 cases were reported. more
On San Antonio’s East Side, if Pastor Shetigho Nakpodia wants to tend to her flock, she has no choice but to go to them. Much of what she does involves delivering food and serving meals to … more
Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo has amended the county’s Stay Home, Work Safe order which was originally issued March 24 to clarify items related to religious services, essential workers and … more
It’s the first of the month, which means that for millions of Texans, the rent is due. But much has changed since a month ago. Thousands of people have lost their jobs as the COVID-19 … more
Wash your hands. Work from home. Avoid contact with others. Greg McCormack knows the federal and statewide guidelines in place to help curb the spread of the new coronavirus. But as the executive … more
The number of Texans testing positive for the new coronavirus is likely to rise dramatically as the state's testing capacity ramps up and cases of community spread continue to climb, Gov. Greg Abbott … more
Less than 24 hours after Fort Bend County announced its first “presumptive positive” case of Novel Coronavirus, Harris County officials have announced three more cases. Two of the new … more
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