As of Monday morning, April 27, Texas has recorded over 23,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases. Nearly 10,000 people have recovered, but over 600 have died.
A man appeared before Limestone County commissioners to request the county permanently ban the sale of fireworks for Memorial Day, calling it a “moral issue.”
The Texas Division of Emergency Management and the Texas Department of State Health Services have launched an online COVID-19 test collection map to help Texans locate test collection sites within their communities. The interactive map displays detailed information on public and private mobile, walk-in and drive-through test collection sites around the state. A search feature allows Texans to locate test collection sites near them and includes important details such as contact information and hours of operation for each location.
Groesbeck EDC Executive Director TK Presley recently reported updates from the organization for local business owners and others, as discussed in last week’s scheduled meeting. She announced a Zoom meeting planned for 10 a.m. Thursday, April 30, and invited local businesses to join. Zoom is an online video conferencing software. Information on the meeting is available at the Groesbeck EDC’s Facebook page. Gov. Greg Abbott officially
The Groesbeck Lions Club continues to meet weekly online during the COVID-19 social isolation period via Zoom, an online video conferencing software.