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13 Hopkins County COVID Deaths So Far In 2022, 166 Since March 2020
Feb11

13 Hopkins County COVID Deaths So Far In 2022, 166 Since March 2020

While many states and countries are lowering and, in some cases, even eliminating COVID-19 restrictions altogether, the virus has surged in other areas. After almost 2 full years, many have become weary of the extra precautions, whether required vaccinations, frequent testing, booster shots, masking, lockdowns, restricted gatherings or frequent sanitizing and extra cleansing with virus-killing substances. Health care and educational...

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Although Cases Continue To Decline, 3 Hopkins County COVID Deaths Confirmed For October
Oct29

Although Cases Continue To Decline, 3 Hopkins County COVID Deaths Confirmed For October

Although COVID-19 cases have continued to decline over the last month as vaccinations rose, three additional Hopkins County deaths were attributed to the virus, according to Texas Department of State Health Services Oct. 29, 2021 COVID-19 reports. COVID Deaths As of lunch time Friday, Oct. 29, 2021, a total of 146 Hopkins County residents have died from COVID-19, including three this month. Because coronavirus deaths are confirmed...

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DSHS Announces 126th Hopkins County COVID Death
Sep06

DSHS Announces 126th Hopkins County COVID Death

186 New Cases, 118 Recoveries, 292 Active Cases Of Coronavirus Reported So Far In September Texas Department of State Health Services had announced the 126th Hopkins County COVID death Monday. A total of 186 new cases, 118 additional recoveries and one coronavirus death have been reported for Hopkins County during the first 6 days of September 2021, leaving 392 Hopkins County residents who still actively had the virus at noon on Labor...

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Three Additional COVID Deaths, 62 New Cases Reported For Hopkins County
Aug30

Three Additional COVID Deaths, 62 New Cases Reported For Hopkins County

Three additional COVID deaths, 62 new cases and 74 recoveries were reported for Hopkins County over the weekend, which means 1.32 percent of the overall population in Hopkins County had the virus this month, with 2.24 percent of the cases resulting in death due to the virus so far in August, according to Texas Department of State Health Services reports. Two new COVID fatalities were announced on Friday and one Saturday, for a total...

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2 Additional COVID Deaths, 99 New Cases, 33 Recoveries Reported For Hopkins County
Aug25

2 Additional COVID Deaths, 99 New Cases, 33 Recoveries Reported For Hopkins County

Although all three COVID-19 vaccines – including the Pfizer product officially approved as a vaccine by the FDA this week – are available at no charge at multiple locations in Sulphur Springs for individuals age 12 and older, COVID-19 continues to spread among Hopkins County residents, resulting in two additional COVID deaths, Texas Department of State Health Services reported on Aug. 24. COVID-19 Case Count Data compiled...

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FEMA Funeral Assistance Remains Available for COVID-19 Related Deaths
Aug19

FEMA Funeral Assistance Remains Available for COVID-19 Related Deaths

FEMA Region 6 Medoa Advisory – Aug. 19, 2021 The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on everyone, especially those who suffered loss due to the virus. Nothing can replace loved ones, but FEMA may be able to help ease the financial burden that comes with that loss. Those who had COVID-19-related funeral expenses can apply for FEMA Funeral Assistance by calling 844-684-6333 or TTY 800-462-7585. Phone lines are open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m....

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3 COVID-19 Deaths, 25 New Cases & 27 Recoveries Reported Aug. 17, 2021, For Hopkins County
Aug17

3 COVID-19 Deaths, 25 New Cases & 27 Recoveries Reported Aug. 17, 2021, For Hopkins County

The number of COVID-19 cases continues to swell in Hopkins County, with 25 new COVID-19 cases reported Aug. 17, three additional deaths and 27 recoveries reported on Tuesday, 2021. That leaves 244 active COVID-19 cases among Hopkins County residents on Aug. 17. Also across the region, only 1 ICU hospital bed was available on Monday. COVID-19 Deaths Across the state, only 96 new COVID-19 fatalities were recorded by Texas Department of...

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116th COVID-19 Death, 249 Active Cases Reported For Hopkins County
Aug14

116th COVID-19 Death, 249 Active Cases Reported For Hopkins County

COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to rise, so too does the fatality rate and the number of COVID patients in the hospital and Northeast Texas. The 116th COVID-19 death and 249 active cases in people with Hopkins County zip codes had been reported as of 1:15 p.m. Saturday afternoon, Aug. 14, 2021, according to the DSHS COVID-19 Case Count dashboard. On Friday, DSHS reported another Hopkins County resident has died from...

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Financial Help For Funeral Expenses For COVID-19-Related Deaths Available In April
Mar24

Financial Help For Funeral Expenses For COVID-19-Related Deaths Available In April

In early April, FEMA will begin providing financial assistance for funeral expenses incurred after Jan. 20, 2020 fordeaths related to coronavirus (COVID-19) to help ease some of the financial stress and burden caused by thepandemic. The policy was finalized today, and FEMA is now moving rapidly to implement this funeral assistanceprogram nationwide. Eligibility To be eligible for COVID-19 funeral assistance, the policy states: The...

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Nov. 13 COVID-19 Update: 1 Additional Death, 4 New Cases
Nov13

Nov. 13 COVID-19 Update: 1 Additional Death, 4 New Cases

Hopkins County/Sulphur Springs Emergency Management officials received notification Friday that four additional Hopkins County residents had tested positive for COVID-19, according to the Nov. 13 COVID-19 update. The state also reported another COVID-19 death for Hopkins County on Friday, Nov. 13. HC/SSEM Nov. 13 COVID-19 Update The four new cases reported Friday make 129 Hopkins County residents who have received lab-confirmed...

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