Coronaviris Updates

COVID-19 is spreading fast among Texas’ unvaccinated. Here’s who they are and where they live.

The coronavirus vaccines have been thoroughly tested and found to be safe and effective. More than 340 million doses have…

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Over 64% of Hays County and over 61% of Texans have received initial vaccine dose

As vaccine distribution increases, more of the local Hays County and Texas population has received at least their first dose...

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Hays County reports two COVID-related fatalities, 470 new lab-confirmed cases

Staff Reports Hays County Courthouse, TX – Hays County Local Health Department (HCLHD) reports two (2) COVID-related fatalities, a Kyle…

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Hays County reports one new COVID-related fatality & 186 new cases

Hays County Local Health Department reports one new COVID-related fatality, a Kyle man in his 80s...

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DSHS to award $10 million in grants to support local vaccination efforts across Texas

“These grants will give them the resources to expand their efforts to serve hard-to-reach communities that have been seriously affected…

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CDC wants more vaccinated people and schoolchildren to mask up — but Texas keeps it voluntary

The new guidelines are aimed at everyone, regardless of whether they’ve been vaccinated, signaling a reversal by the CDC...

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Hays County reports two new COVID fatalities, 256 new cases

Hays County Local Health Department reports two COVID-related fatalities, a woman from Buda in her 60s and an 18-year-old woman…

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Over 63% of Hays County and over 60% of Texans have received initial vaccine dose

As vaccine distribution increases, more of the local Hays County and Texas population has received at least their first dose...

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COVID on the rise in Hays County: 260 new cases, 25 new hospitalizations

Hays County Local Health Department (HCLHD) reports 260 new lab-confirmed cases along with...

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Austin Public Health re-enters Stage 4 of risk-based guidelines

The level of risk for contracting COVID-19?in Austin-Travis County?continues to increase, especially among unvaccinated individuals as confirmed cases have dramatically risen over the past two weeks.

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