Hospitalizations are Down; Testing Remains Low – We are seeing people’s lives return to some semblance of normality anaemic testing numbers.
Two significant increases in numbers to report. First, countywide, we are now at fourteen (14) deaths. In San Elizario, we are back to sixteen (16) positive COVID-19 cases.
At today’s Safely Open Texas Rally the El Paso Police Department has shown they will enable noncompliance with municipal laws as enacted by the City of El Paso.
Governor Abbot appeared on the WBAP Morning News and said that he will announce the reopening of Texas either this Friday, or the Monday. Do you think the State is ready to reopen?
San Elizario has one new COVID-19 case to report. Overall, the County of El Paso has 67 total recoveries and 456 active cases.
EL PASO, TEXAS – We are living in a time when we need something positive, something that will make us smile. Smiles, it seems, are few and far between. Sad. […]
We need good news, and I have some to share. Though it’s excellent news, it’s bittersweet at the same time as we could not be there to cover Natalia Perez […]
It is with sadness that we share the news that we are now at six deaths on the county level and up to five active cases in San Elizario.
I suffer from clinical depression, anxiety and a never-ending struggle just to get out of bed and not end it all. Thankfully, I have a strong support network that can get me through it all. What about others? What about you?
A reader asked just why a Roman Catholic priest will kiss the altar before the beginning of the Mass. We answer that question in today’s Readers Ask, Year of Faith segment.
We are at 2 deaths, 252 diagnosed cases, 33 recoveries, 219 active cases in our community. We are still waiting to hear the “official” report of a man in his 90’s who has passed away as well. The City/County is not being forthcoming with all numbers. Why?