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Oct. 16 Hopkins County COVID-19 Update: 82 Antigen Tests, 10 In COVID Unit
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Oct. 16 Hopkins County COVID-19 Update: 82 Antigen Tests, 10 In COVID Unit

For the first time in a very long time, Hopkins County/Sulphur Springs Emergency Management officials on Oct. 16 reported receiving no new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours. While Texas Department of State Health Services reported no additional COVID-19 fatalities were reported on Oct. 16 for Hopkins County, Texas Health and Human Services reported 1 additional nursing home resident died as a result of COVID-19. DSHS/HHS COVID-19...

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Hopkins County Sept. 21 COVID-19 Update: 25 New Cases, 25 Recoveries, 14 Patients In COVID-Unit
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Hopkins County Sept. 21 COVID-19 Update: 25 New Cases, 25 Recoveries, 14 Patients In COVID-Unit

Hopkins County’s COVID-19 case counts increased significantly over the weekend, with 25 new COVID-19 cases and 25 additional recoveries reported Monday afternoon, Sept. 21, Hopkins County/Sulphur Springs Emergency Management officials reported in their Hopkins County Sept. 21 COVID-19 update. positive COVID-19 result That’s 78 new positive lab-confirmed cases reported during the first 21 days of September, outpacing July...

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COVID-19:  Hopkins County Community Chest Food Pantry
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COVID-19: Hopkins County Community Chest Food Pantry

Effective March 17th, the Hopkins County Community Chest Food Pantry will continue to service clients but due to the increased attention to COVID-19, processes have changed to protect staff and clients. Hours and days of operation are the same with the exception of the Friday Produce Day which is suspended. Food pantry hours are unchanged and the A/B cycles will continue. A drive-in is established where clients drive in front of the...

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Jan. 16 COVID-19 Update: 1 Fatality, 17 New Cases, 80 Recoveries
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Jan. 16 COVID-19 Update: 1 Fatality, 17 New Cases, 80 Recoveries

While twice as many new COVID-19 cases were reported on Saturday than on Friday, 80 additional recoveries were reported in the Texas Department of State Health Services Jan. 16 COVID-19 Texas Case Counts dashboard. The COVID-19 Vaccine dashboard shows 130 additional doses of the COVID-19 vaccine had been administered in Hopkins County as of 11:59 p.m. Jan. 15, while the Test and Hospital Data dashboard showed a slight increase in...

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Jan. 15 COVID-19 Update: 8 New Cases, 235 Active Cases, 1,013 Vaccinations
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Jan. 15 COVID-19 Update: 8 New Cases, 235 Active Cases, 1,013 Vaccinations

Texas Department of State Health Services’ Jan. 15 COVID-19 reports show eight new COVID-19 cases for Hopkins County, half the amount reported on Thursday. COVID-19 hospitalizations in Sulphur Springs increased slightly, as did the COVID-19 hospitalization percentages in Trauma Service Area F, according Hopkins County/Sulphur Springs Emergency Management and DSHS reports. Case Counts DSHS reported a total of 1,279 Hopkins County...

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Jan. 14 COVID-19 Update: 1 Fatality, 15 New Cases, 26 Recoveries, 227 Active Cases
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Jan. 14 COVID-19 Update: 1 Fatality, 15 New Cases, 26 Recoveries, 227 Active Cases

Ten more recoveries than new COVID-19 cases were reported on Thursday, reducing the active case count for Hopkins County for the first time since Jan. 2, when the active case count dropped from 138 to 133. Unfortunately, one additional Hopkins County fatality was also confirmed and the Sulphur Springs patient count in the hospital COVID unit increased on Jan. 14, according to Texas Department of State Health Services and Hopkins...

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Jan. 13 COVID-19 Update: 1 Fatality, 17 New Cases, 16 Recoveries, 239 Active Cases Reported For Hopkins County
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Jan. 13 COVID-19 Update: 1 Fatality, 17 New Cases, 16 Recoveries, 239 Active Cases Reported For Hopkins County

Texas Department State Health Services and Hopkins County/Sulphur Springs Emergency Management officials in Jan. 13 COVID-19 updates reported one additional COVID-19 fatality, 17 new cases, 16 recoveries, and a slight rise in hospitalizations in the local COVID unit. Case Counts The DSHS Jan. 13 COVID-19 Texas Case Counts dashboard showed a total of 1,260 Hopkins County residents have received positive molecular COVID-19 test results...

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Jan. 12 COVID-19 Update: 2 Fatalities,12 New Cases, 6 Recoveries, 239 Active Cases
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Jan. 12 COVID-19 Update: 2 Fatalities,12 New Cases, 6 Recoveries, 239 Active Cases

Texas Department of State Health Services and Hopkins County/Sulphur Springs Emergency Management’s Jan. 12 COVID-19 updates show a slight increase in COVID-19 recoveries in Hopkins County and the patient count in the local COVID unit remained unchanged on Tuesday. However, two additional COVID-19 fatalities have been confirmed for Hopkins County and an average of 12 new coronavirus cases have been reported daily this week and...

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Jan. 11 COVID-19 Update: 15 New Cases, 4 Recoveries, 236 Active Cases
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Jan. 11 COVID-19 Update: 15 New Cases, 4 Recoveries, 236 Active Cases

Although the patient count in the local hospital COVID unit decreased at least 10 percent, the overall case counts increased in Hopkins County, and COVID-19 hospitalizations continued to rise in Trauma Service Area F and across the state as a whole, according to Texas Department of State Health Services and Hopkins County/Sulphur Springs Emergency Management Jan. 10 COVID-19 reports. Case Counts The DSHS Jan. 11 COVID-19 Texas Case...

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DSHS Announced 28 COVID-19 Vaccine Hubs; CMFH-SS Among 206 Other Providers Allocated Doses As Well
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DSHS Announced 28 COVID-19 Vaccine Hubs; CMFH-SS Among 206 Other Providers Allocated Doses As Well

The Texas Department of State Health Services has instructed the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to ship first doses of COVID-19 vaccine to 234 providers this week. That includes 28 hub providers that will focus on large community vaccination efforts as Texas vaccinates health care workers, people 65 and older and those with medical conditions that put them at greater risk of hospitalization and death from COVID-19. While...

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