Category Archives: covid

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

The Walker County Office of Emergency Management reports that as of Thursday, August 13, at 4 PM, there were among regular residents of the county 803 active cases of coronavirus, with 544 recovered and six deceased. There were 32 new community cases reported since August 12. Among TDCJ offenders in the county, there were 171…read more »

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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

The Walker County Office of Emergency Management reports that as of Wednesday, August 12, at 4 PM, that in the county among regular residents there were 797 active cases of coronavirus, with 519 recovered and six deceased. Among TDCJ offenders in the county, there were 167 active cases reported, with 1,910 recovered and 35 deceased.…read more »

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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

The Walker County Office of Emergency Management reports that as of Tuesday, August 11, at 5 PM, there were among regular residents in the county 785 active cases of coronavirus, with 501 recovered and 6 deceased. Among TDCJ offenders in the county, there were 166 active cases reported with 1,910 recovered. Among TDCJ employees in…read more »

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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

The Walker County Office of Emergency Management reports that as of 4 PM, Monday, August 10, that there were 738 active cases in the county, with 501 recovered and 6 deceased. Fifty-four new community cases were reported since August 6. Among TDCJ offenders in the county, there were 165 active cases reported with 1,920 recovered.…read more »

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WALKER COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT BOARD OF MANAGERS OKAY MORE CORONAVIRUS TESTING

The City, the County and Walker County Hospital District are moving forward to try and tackle coronavirus in Walker County. Monday afternoon, the Walker County Hospital District Board of Managers met to review and discuss an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement between the City, County and District associated with COVID-19 testing. They also reviewed the Purchase Service…read more »

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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

The Walker County Office of Emergency Management reports that as of Friday, August 7, at 1 PM, there were in the county 708 active cases of cornavirus, with 477 recovered and 6 deceased. Among TDCJ offenders in the county, there were 69 active cases reported with 1,884 recovered. Among TDCJ employees in the county, there…read more »

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GOVERNOR PROVIDES UPDATE ON PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR SCHOOLS

Governor Greg Abbott today visited the Texas Division of Emergency Management’s (TDEM) Warehouse in San Antonio where he provided an update on the state’s distribution of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to Texas school districts for the 2020-2021 academic year. The Governor noted that the state will continue to purchase and distribute PPE to schools at…read more »

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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

The Walker County Office of Emergency Management reports that on Wednesday, August 5, at 4 PM, that in the county there were 682 active cases of coronavirus reported, with 475 recovered and 6 deceased. Among TDCJ offenders in the county, there were 69 active cases with 1,896 recovered. Among TDCJ employees in the county, there…read more »

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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

The Walker County Office of Emergency Management reports that as of Tuesday, August 4, at 4 PM, there were 681 active cases of coronavirus in the county, with 464 recovered and 4 deceased. There were nine community cases reported on August 3. Among TDCJ offenders in the county, there were 63 active cases reported with…read more »

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PRESIDENT TRUMP COMMENTS ON CORONAVIRUS ISSUES

At a recent news conference, President Trump says he believes the coronavirus is receding saying that cases nationwide have fallen six percent in the amount of cases over the past week, and that lockdowns are not a prevention to infection . . . .read more »

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