North Texas School District Shuts Down Buses After Transportation Workers Test Positive For CoronavirusAssistant Superintendent Dr. Felicia Donaldson said in a letter to EISD parents, school bus routes will not resume until Monday, November 9.
Texas Health Services Recommends Building COVID-19 Protective Masks Into Halloween CostumesMasks are more important than ever, but a costume mask is not a substitute for a protective cloth mask, the Texas Department of State Health Services says.
Texas County Imposes Curfew, Converts Convention Center Into Hospital As U.S. COVID-19 Cases Spike To Highest Ever AverageCoronavirus cases in the United States are surging. Over the last seven days the number of confirmed infections sends the average daily case totals to heights not seen since the pandemic began.
El Paso County Judge Imposes Curfew As Hospitals Reach Capacity Due To COVID-19 Surge: 'We Are At A Crisis Stage'The El Paso County judge announced Sunday the area's hospitals and intensive care units have reached capacity due to the recent COVID-19 surge and that a curfew will be imposed for all citizens.
Dallas County Reports 703 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases Sunday, 1 DeathDallas County on Sunday reported 703 confirmed cases of COVID-19, along with one additional death.
Dallas County Reports 648 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases SaturdayDallas County on Saturday reported 648 confirmed COVID-19 cases, along with one additional death.
Texas Gov. Abbott Requests Use Of Army Medical Center For Non-COVID Patients In El Paso During Current SurgeTexas Gov. Greg Abbott has requested authorization to use an Army medical center for non-COVID patients in El Paso due to a current surge in cases and hospitalizations in the area.
'Life And Death Are At Stake Here': Dallas ISD Teachers Union Calling For Return To 100% Virtual Learning“Social distancing is a joke on many of our campuses,” said Rena Honea, President of Alliance AFT, the DISD teachers’ union.
Dallas County Sees Upward Trend In Confirmed Coronavirus Cases With 533 More“Today’s number continues a trend upward in COVID-19 positive cases and we’re also seeing our hospitalizations and emergency room visits trending in the wrong direction," said Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins.
5,000 Donated Masks Headed To South Dallas Students, Teachers And Community: 'Masking Up Is Critical'"These masks are much appreciated and will help students and educators who are most in need during this incredibly difficult school year," Dallas ISD trustee Pastor Maxie Johnson said.
El Paso Funeral Homes Prepare Refrigerated Units To House Bodies As COVID-19 Cases SoarAs COVID-19 cases in El Paso, Texas continue to surge, funeral homes in the city are preparing for a surge in coronavirus-related deaths.