The Public Health Department has identified COVID clusters within our community. 50% of transmissions seem to be work related.
New cases reported in San Eli. Recoveries still on the rise countywide.
More of El Paso County is set to open next Friday, with some parks and trails opening as early as this weekend.
While numbers in San Eli hold steady, there has been a spike in positive numbers countywide. The new numbers now include those who are visitors to El Paso.
Our numbers have increased in San Eli. We also have two new deaths to report. On the positive side, over 2,000 were tested on Wed and Thur of this week.
According to far too many people, the rule of law doesn’t apply during the COVID pandemic. Seems there is that Constitutional Amendment we forgot to learn about that grants us the right to shop.
El Pasoans Fighting Hunger is testing a program where they will deliver food to those who are quarantined and the elderly or disabled with a mobility barrier in need of home delivery.
Did you notice the increase in ICU beds? At first, I didn’t even notice it. We’ve spoken to medical professionals and discovered why the bed count has gone up.
Numbers across the region have increased significantly. San Eli is also reporting one new COVID case. (County Number and Correctional Facility numbers being reported)
For better or worse, the State of Texas is expanding what businesses are going to be open beginning May 18, 2020.
70% of Texas prisoners tested have the coronavirus. Experts say it’s time for more testing and fewer inmates.