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Gov. Abbott also said he would ask the federal government to waive federal testing requirements, which apply to all states. more
Dear Fellow Texas Republican, Last evening, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommended suspending gatherings of 50 people or more for the next 8 weeks. This timeframe affects the dates for … more
In separate calls with superintendents and lawmakers Sunday, Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath said decisions on extended school closures would be left up to locals. more
Sunday afternoon, the Centers for Disease Control issued new guidance designed to slow the spread of the Coronavirus. more
Sunday's biggest developments: CDC recommends canceling all events with 50 or more people, community spread detected in Matagorda County and DFW airport one of 13 accepting flights from Europe. more
There are cases in each of the state’s five largest urban areas, though the virus has now also appeared in counties ranging from East Texas to the Gulf Coast. Officials expect statewide testing capacity to increase soon. more
The individuals, who reside in the same household in Alvin, self-reported after attending the Houston Rodeo cook-off and livestock show and have not traveled outside the Houston area. more
Saturday's biggest developments: H-E-B cuts hours, lawmakers call for STAAR test to be canceled and congress passes sweeping coronavirus bill. more
State officials and industry representatives say Texans should relax: Stores plan to be stocked for months, so there's no need to stockpile groceries and household items. more
Anyone suspecting they might have coronavirus (COVID-19) or the flu is asked to call the Medical Clinics of Sealy or Sealy Urgent Care before making the trip to see a doctor. Dr. Kannappan … more
Gov. Greg Abbott also announced drive-through testing capabilities in San Antonio, which could expand to Dallas, Houston and Austin in the coming weeks. more
This was just issued by the Sealy ISD: Due to the ever-changing situation regarding COVID-19 and in the best interest of the health, Sealy ISD will be closed next week, March 16th-20th. more
The Houston Health Department announced an emergency health declaration Wednesday that shut down the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, an event that draws more than 2 million visitors a year. The … more
Incumbent President Donald J. Trump, who received 94% of the vote in the Lone Star State’s Republican primary election, and former Vice President Joe Biden, who received 34.5 percent of the vote in the Democratic primary, were their parties’ top vote-getters on March 3, Super Tuesday. more
Officials said the patient attended a Feb. 28 barbecue at the popular Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, though it's unclear if he had symptoms at the time. more
A man in his 70s who recently travelled abroad has tested “presumptive positive” for the COVID-19 virus – otherwise known as the Coronavirus – Fort Bend County Health & Human Services … more
As the worldwide threat of novel coronavirus increased, state agencies already were working together to ensure the health and safety of all Texans, Gov. Greg Abbott said Feb. 27. more
How many cases? Where are they? Who is at risk? Here are the answers to questions about how the new strain of coronavirus is playing out in Texas. more
Requirements in House Bill 3, the sweeping school finance law passed by the Texas Legislature in 2019, require the state to plan for long-term workforce development. more
Gov. Greg Abbott on Jan. 30 commented on a White House briefing about actions to stem the transmission of novel coronavirus in the United States. more
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