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Here are the coronavirus data updates to know today in Williamson County.
The decline in college enrollment across the state of Texas has prompted several agencies to partner up and create online resources for students and counselors.
The county's positivity rate, or rate at which test return postiive, sits at 8.15%, data shows.
Even as restrictions ease and more in-person events may safely happen, Pam Moorhead said she will always offer a mix of online options going forward.
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Susie and Andy Szymczyk opened their Polish restaurant as a way to bring the flavors of Poland to Texas.
Colangelo said private schools have adapted to remote learning and other obstacles in 2020 despite less revenue and a 9% decline in enrollment statewide.
Of the total cases reported to date, 11,304 are estimated to have recovered, and there are an estimated 806 active cases in Williamson County as of Nov. 24.
Seventeen mosquito trap samples have tested positive for the West Nile virus in Williamson County this year. This is the most samples reported in a year for the county since its testing program began in 2012.
In Leander, October home sales increased 50% from 2019, with 153 closed sales.
Some 252 Williamson County patients have received the therapy of the 1,300 total patients.
The vaccine could start being distributed "as early as next month," according to a Nov. 23 news release.
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As of Nov. 23, there are 63 patients hospitalized, 23 in intensive care units and 12 on a ventilator.
Williamson County reported 203 new cases of the coronavirus and one death Nov. 20.
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Mariann Laughlin has worked the last 16 years to preserve her family’s cemetery, the nearby Fisk family cabin and the stories of her ancestors.
A new affiliate is expected to be announced soon for the 2021 season at the Dell Diamond.
Texas Education Agency authorizes schools to close doors for 14 days due to coronavirus-related staffing concerns
Campuses can now instate a hybrid or fully remote instruction model for up to 14 days if adequate instructional staffing is not possible due to high numbers of COVID-19 cases among employees.
The Leander ISD board of trustees unanimously approved the stipends Nov. 19.
“The increasing transmission rate and movement into the WCCHD red phase is a great opportunity to remind people during this Thanksgiving season to wear a mask, wash hands frequently, and keep six feet of distance from others not in your household," Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell said in a Nov. 19 statement.
The business announced the closure Nov. 16.