Last night, people everywhere were treated to One World—Together at Home, an ongoing, virtual concert series organised by Global Citizen in support of the World Health Organization (WHO). This campaign is rallying funds for the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
San Elizario has one new COVID-19 case to report. Overall, the County of El Paso has 67 total recoveries and 456 active cases.
The County of El Paso has reported one new death, bringing the total to eight. One additional recovery has been reported as well.
31 New COVID-19 Cases; State Parks in El Paso to remain CLOSED per Mayor Dee Margo.
There is one new death, 451 diagnosed cases 62 recoveries and 382 active cases of COVID-19 in El Paso County.
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.
El Paso is now reporting 46 new COVID-19 cases bringing the county’s total number to 346. There are now a total of four (4) COVID related deaths.
The Stay Home, Work Safe order has been extended. This is due, in part, because people cannot stay home.
The County of El Paso is up to 300 diagnosed COVID-19 cases. San Elizario is holding at 3.
The total number of diagnosed cases of COVID-19 in El Paso County is now 292. That’s 23 new cases since yesterday.
We’ve heard elected leaders, at all levels, say “stay home, save lives.” The new refrain is, “let’s balance safety with saving the economy.” Are we ending our collective shelter in places orders too soon? Are we putting people at risk of contracting COVID-19? Is a bottom line more important that recording accurate numbers? Amie Hall gives her insight to shifting ideas, orders and just want should be counted as COVID-19.