Read some of the latest coronavirus updates from communities in the North Houston area.
UPDATED: H-E-B employees in Cypress test positive for coronavirus
After announcing April 6 two H-E-B employees at different store locations in Cypress had tested positive for the coronavirus, the grocery company retracted its statement, clarifying only one employee had tested positive and the other employee’s test was incorrectly reported as positive.
Cy-Fair ISD cancels 2020 proms, announces alternate plan for graduation ceremonies
Cy-Fair ISD officials announced in a video April 6 that all proms planned for this spring have been canceled, but graduation ceremonies are still scheduled for late May with backup plans in place.
Conroe/Lake Conroe Chamber of Commerce cancels Tastefest 2020
Tastefest 2020, a food and wine event slated for June 4 at the Lone Star Convention & Expo Center, has been canceled.
Lone Star College-Tomball Health Science Building to temporarily house TOMAGWA HealthCare Ministries
The Lone Star College Tomball campus’s Health Science Building will serve as a satellite clinic for TOMAGWA HealthCare Ministries, a clinic for uninsured patients. The temporary change will allow the clinic to see individual patients while limiting potential exposure to the coronavirus.
Spring, Klein veterinary clinics utilize curbside services to reduce risk of exposure
In Spring and Klein, veterinary clinics are getting creative to care for pets with curbside service, but they are still seeing a decrease in patients.
Danica Smithwick, Andy Li, Hannah Zedaker and Adriana Rezal contributed to this report.