Spring Flavor Fest postponed in response to coronavirus
The postponement follows the canceling of other major public events due to coronavirus concerns from officials March 11, including the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. (Rendering courtesy U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
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Spring Flavor Fest officials announced in a March 11 Facebook post that the second annual tasting event has been postponed in response to growing coronavirus concerns. Originally scheduled to take place at Klein Collins High School on March 21, festival officials are working to establish a new date for the event, according to the post.
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Texas Medical Center continued to see week-over-week decreases in the total number of active COVID-19 hospitalizations but also saw a significant increase in patient deaths, the medical center reported May 29.
In a May 28 statement, General Manager Joseph Bailey said new safety measures are in the works to comply with governmental recommendations, and an operating plan is expected to be reviewed with officials in June.