Harris, Fort Bend and Waller counties reported a total of 472 confirmed positive coronavirus cases April 24 in seven Katy-area ZIP codes.
The counties reported 452 cases April 23, 448 cases April 22, 436 cases April 21 and 405 cases April 20. The counties are not providing the total number of public and private tests administered by ZIP code.
The Ballard House, a local nonprofit that offers free lodging to patients and families who traveled to the Greater Houston area to receive treatment for life-threatening illnesses, continues its mission during COVID-19. Learn how here.
Stores inside Katy Mills mall reopened April 24 for to-go curbside pickup under the governor's guidelines for reopening the economy, according to a Facebook post by the city of Katy. Learn more on the mall's website here.
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Katy ISD outdoor facilities have been closed again, according to an April 24 letter from Superintendent Ken Gregorski. The facilities had been reopened April 20 in line with Gov. Greg Abbott’s announcement to reopen parks, but Harris County sent a letter requesting the facilities be closed until its stay-at-home order expires on April 30.
The district’s outdoor facilities are now expected to reopen May 1.
Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner Jack Cagle is requesting a discussion at an April 28 Commissioners Court meeting over the "Use of Face Coverings" order issued by Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo. Learn more about it here.
Three Houston-area attorneys discuss the unique challenges happening in the legal industry during COVID-19 pandemic. They also provide some advice on business litigation, family law and immigration cases.
ExxonMobil announced it will produce and donate 160,000 gallons of hand sanitizer across six states, including Texas