coronavirus

Virus hospital cases on the rise; Up 50% since Halloween

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COVID-19 hospitalizations in the Rio Grande Valley continue to fluctuate but they are undoubtedly on the rise, having increased by 32% since Thanksgiving and...

Many concerns raised in Latin America, hard hit by COVID-19

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Patrick J. Mcdonnell and Kate Linthicum, Los Angeles Times MEXICO CITY — In Latin America, a region hard hit by pandemic, poverty and flawed health...

Three Willacy residents COVID-19 positive

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RAYMONDVILLE — State health officials have found three more Willacy County residents have tested positive for the coronavirus, pushing the rural area’s total case...

Fighting the Virus: Health care workers get their shots

HARLINGEN — Pam Frasier sighs as she waits for her 90-year-old mother and the staff at her mother’s nursing home to receive the coronavirus...

Workforce commission has plan to help restaurants

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HARLINGEN — The Texas Workforce Commission has approved a new initiative aimed at helping the state’s restaurants negotiate their way through the COVID-19 pandemic. The...

Here’s why the mail is taking so long and your packages might be late

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Nisa Khan, Detroit Free Press DETROIT — Robyn Sawyers was scanning a list of thousands of Christmas letters from U.S. Postal Service's yearly Operation Santa,...

Rental assistance program designed to avoid evictions extended until March 15

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By Kate McGee, Texas Tribune The Texas Supreme Court has extended its emergency eviction relief program for tenants behind on rent through at least March...

Texas inmates haven’t received coronavirus vaccine

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By Jolie McCullough, Texas Tribune Texas’ prisons and jails have been coronavirus hot spots throughout the pandemic. At least about 200 Texas inmates have died...

Cameron County reports 4 virus deaths

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Four more Cameron County residents have died from COVID-19 related causes, the county health department reported Tuesday. The deaths were reported in Brownsville, Harlingen and...

Fight for stimulus checks for couples of mixed immigration status ends with partial victory

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Dianne Solis The Dallas Morning News DALLAS — Aaron Jones lost his Dallas hotel analyst job as the coronavirus pandemic picked up speed. Jones was...
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