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By Ian Pribanic |
By Ian Pribanic
State, federal health authorities recommend pause of Johnson & Johnson vaccine after 6 rare, severe blood clots
Hub providers in Dallas, Harris and Travis counties have all announced they will follow the recommendations and pause distribution of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
The county has reported 189 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 since April 5, 109 of which are New Braunfels residents.
The school will eventually replace Carl Schurz and Seele Elementary Schools.
During an April 12 meeting, City Council voted unanimously to approve the first reading of the ordinance.
Officials revisited a temporary policy requiring masks to be worn by staff, visitors and customers at New Braunfels city facilities and decided to rescind the policy.
Due to rising property valuations throughout the city, board members of the nonprofit Sophienburg Memorial Association have requested and received waivers for costs associated with its expansion.
Due to a recent rise in temperatures and lack of significant rainfall, officials from New Braunfels Utilities are expecting a shift from stage 1 to stage 2 drought restrictions by the end of April.
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The site will offer free PCR testing to the public and will allow city and county officials to focus their efforts on vaccination clinics.
Candidates running in the New Braunfels City Council election will have the opportunity to share about their goals for if they are elected.
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The women volunteer their time searching for hard-to-find time slots that often become available in the middle of the night.