Wednesday Houston Covid 19 Update


Editor’s Note: Please excuse our use of all caps. It’s the way we write newscasts, and these are the stories we’re covering in the news.

IN TODAY'S CITY COUNCIL MEETING MAYOR SYLVESTER TURNER SAYS BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE'S DR. PETER HOTEZ TELLS HIM HOUSTON CASES WILL PEAK AROUND MAY 2.

THE CITY OF HOUSTON'S SECOND COVID 19 TESTING SITE IS OPEN FOR PEOPLE WITH SYMPTOMS WHO HAVE BEEN PRE-SCREENED AT THE CITY'S CALL CENTER, OPEN FROM 9AM TO 7PM.

UNITED MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER OPENS ANOTHER DRIVE-THRU TEST SITE AT FOREST BROOK MIDDLE SCHOOL ON TIDWELL STARTING AT 10 TOMORROW (THURSDAY) MORNING.

A CITY EMPLOYEE IN CLEVELAND, TEXAS HAS TESTED POSITIVE.

KROGER'S 460,000 EMPLOYEES NATIONWIDE ARE GETTING A $2 AN HOUR RAISE AND PAID EMERGENCY LEAVE FOR THOSE IMPACTED BY THE VIRUS.

IN WACO, THE PRINCIPLE OF G.CARVER MIDDLE SCHOOL HAS DIED OF COVID 19.

THE DALLAS FEDERAL RESERVE OFFICE SHOWS THE SERVICE SECTOR IN TEXAS HAS FALLEN A RECORD -67, INDICATING A VERY DEEP AND SUDDEN CONTRACTION OF THE ECONOMY.

TEXAS MAY EXPERIENCE MORE JOB LOSSES THAN OTHER STATES BECAUSE OF THE DOUBLE WHAMMY OF COVID 19 AND THE COLLAPSE OF OIL MARKETS.


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