The plan had special recommendations related to housing, transportation, economic development, community facilities and the downtown area.
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Gov. Greg Abbott waived the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness, or STAAR, testing requirements in March of earlier this year in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Q&A: Baylor College of Medicine's Dr. David Corry discusses immunity, vaccine production amid COVID-19 pandemic
Rapid development and distribution of a vaccine worldwide and successful achievement of herd immunity will be key players in determining the lifespan of the COVID-19 pandemic, said Dr. David Corry, a professor of Medicine in the Immunology, Allergy and Rheumatology Section at Baylor College of Medicine.
Five new hospitalizations and 87 new recoveries were also reported July 10.
State announces partnership for increased COVID-19 testing for patients, staff at assisted-living facilities, nursing homes
These test sites will help the state work toward the goal of processing up to 100,000 tests in the first month.
Texas Medical Center reports only 4% uptick in ICU bed use despite continued COVID-19 case increases
Compared to 1,350 total intensive care units in use June 30, Texas Medical Center has seen only a slight uptick in occupancies since then, with 1,394 reported July 9.
Lone Star College is currently unsure how a recent ICE rule will be affected its foreign student population.
An additional 122 people have recovered, and the seven-day new case average is currently decreasing.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott expanded the restrictions that initially required only hospitals in Bexar, Dallas, Harris, and Travis counties to postpone all non-medically necessary surgeries and procedures that are unrelated to COVID-19.
The University Interscholastic League released udpated guidelines for schools conducting summer activities such as sports training and marching band practices on July 8.
“We will be great hosts. We will not put any political pressure on you. There will be no last-minute changes,” Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough said. “Montgomery County is open for business.”
Participating patrons can play Black Restaurant Week Bingo and vote for their favorite participating eateries for a chance to win prizes such as restaurant gift cards, culinary treats and cash prizes.
Apply for Harris County small-business loan, see Rock the Row summer series and more: News from Houston area
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For individuals who have not responded to the 2020 census, one of about 500,000 census takers will visit the their household between Aug. 11-Oct. 31.
Active cases fell slightly for the second straight day, while nearly 150 recoveries were recorded.
Home sales were up across most pricing categories in Houston in June, with a 15.7% jump as compared to the same period last year.
Located at 504 Caroline St., Montgomery, the home has been purchased by Damon and Cindy Haynes.
Lone Star College is opening this fall with a combination of online and in-person classes.
The salon will host an open house July 18 with food, drinks and giveaways.
"We wanted to unite as many pastors as possible around some basic common denominators that we felt like could make a real impact in our city and move some things forward in the area of racial injustice in our city," said Jason Shepperd, the lead pastor of Church Project in The Woodlands.
The guidelines address on-campus activities, attendance requirements, and health and safety precautions that should be enforced at Texas schools this year.
Museum scales back reopening, bar owners react to second shutdown and more: Houston-area business, community news
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The total number of COVID-19 cases in Montgomery County increased by 104 from 2,550 on July 6 to 2,654 on July 7.
Six of the top 10 hospitals in the Houston area are part of the Memorial Hermann Health System.