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Updated COVID-19 Booster Vaccines Expected To Be Available In Texas This Week  
Sep05

Updated COVID-19 Booster Vaccines Expected To Be Available In Texas This Week  

DSHS News Release With updated COVID-19 booster vaccines now authorized and recommended for use, doses are expected to begin shipping over the next few days and arriving at health care providers across Texas this week. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has allocated a total of about 900,000 doses of the updated boosters to Texas, including 502,500 doses of the Pfizer vaccine and 192,800 doses of the Moderna vaccine...

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COVID-19 Vaccinations For Children Ages 5-11 Offered In MMU Tent Each Morning This Week
Jan31

COVID-19 Vaccinations For Children Ages 5-11 Offered In MMU Tent Each Morning This Week

CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs Business News –January 31, 2022 By Holly Ragan, Senior Market Development, CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs, [email protected] COVID Testing at CHRISTUS Trinity Clinics | Urgent Care Due to a shortage of COVID testing supplies, we unfortunately cannot guarantee that rapid tests will be available.  If rapid tests are not available, we will be able...

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New Vice President Elected, Candidate Filing For 2 Seats On Hospital District Board Opens
Jan27

New Vice President Elected, Candidate Filing For 2 Seats On Hospital District Board Opens

Bylaws, Tax Abatement Policy Being Reviewed; EMS Positions Available Hopkins County Hospital District Board of Directors elected a new vice president, reviewed bylaws and the district tax abatement policy, received an update on EMS operations and construction progress Tuesday evening. Board Positions Chris Brown HCHD Board member Chris Brown was elected by his fellow board members to serve as vice president. He replaces Dr. William...

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COVID-19 Continues To Rise, With 578 Active Cases In Hopkins County On Jan. 14
Jan14

COVID-19 Continues To Rise, With 578 Active Cases In Hopkins County On Jan. 14

As has been the case across the country, state and world, COVID-19 cases have continued to surge in Hopkins County this week. Over the past four days alone, new cases have far outpaced recoveries with only 24 recoveries and 157 new COVID cases, which coupled with the 174 new cases reported Jan. 1-7, 2022, leaves 578 Hopkins County resident who still actively had COVID-19 on Thursday, Jan. 13, according to Texas Department of State...

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COVID Transmission Rates Across The US, Texas, Hopkins County Continue To Be High
Jan12

COVID Transmission Rates Across The US, Texas, Hopkins County Continue To Be High

COVID transmission rates across the Country, state and county continue to be high this week, increasing 2.7 percent across the United States over the past 7 days compared to the previous 7, according to the Centers for Disease Control. A total of 627,752 active cases were reported in Texas, including 483 Hopkins County residents who actively had COVID-19 at 1:40 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2022, according to Texas Department of State...

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Over 800 Active COVID Cases Reported For Hopkins County Over The Last 10 Days
Dec29

Over 800 Active COVID Cases Reported For Hopkins County Over The Last 10 Days

3 Additional Hopkins County COVID Deaths Confirmed COVID cases in Hopkins County have skyrocketed over the last 10 days, going from a total of 77 new cases from Dec. 1-14 to 899 new cases reported as of Dec. 28, 2021 – 835 of those cases were reported to still be active on Tuesday. Three additional Hopkins County residents’ deaths have also been confirmed by death certificate to have been caused by COVID-19, according to...

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First Known Case Of COVID-19 Omicron Variant In Texas Identified In Harris County
Dec06

First Known Case Of COVID-19 Omicron Variant In Texas Identified In Harris County

DSHS News Release – 6:59 p.m. Monday, Dec. 6, 2021 The first known Texas case of the COVID-19 B.1.1.529 variant has been identified in a resident of Harris County. The adult female resident was recently diagnosed with COVID-19. Results of genetic sequencing this week showed that the infection was caused by the Omicron variant strain. The case is being investigated by Harris County Public Health and the Texas Department of State...

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No Friday COVID Vaccine Clinics Offered On Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve At CMFH-SS
Nov30

No Friday COVID Vaccine Clinics Offered On Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve At CMFH-SS

CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs Business News By Holly Ragan, Senior Market Development, CMFH-SS, [email protected] Sulphur Springs, Texas, November 30, 2021 – CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs Flu Shots: Do not Delay, Get Yours Today! Flu shots are available at CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic, 105 Medical Plaza. We welcome walk-ins or by appointment; to schedule call 903.885.3181....

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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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Hopkins County Continues To Have Fewer New COVID Cases Reported Weekly
Oct14

Hopkins County Continues To Have Fewer New COVID Cases Reported Weekly

Five Additional County Residents Confirmed This Month To Have Died From Coronavirus COVID-19 seems to be declining across the state, and the county is not exception; Hopkins County continues to have fewer new cases as well as fewer active cases, but that doesn’t mean COVID-19 is as yet gone from Hopkins County. While it’s as yet unclear whether the reduction in cases is because more people have become vaccinated for the...

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