• May 17, 2021

Tags : COVID-19

Study finds COVID-19 antibodies in 29% of El Pasoans

Nearly a third of El Pasoans surveyed have coronavirus antibodies, according to preliminary study results released Monday — the highest rate of the six parts of the state studied. Twenty-nine percent of residents surveyed in El Paso’s trauma service area, which includes El Paso, Hudspeth and Culberson counties, have antibodies indicating a recent coronavirus infection. […]Read More

Guiding Star El Paso to once again provide free baby

Thanks to Guiding Star El Paso, their volunteers and donors, it’s “Baby Freebies” once again this Thursday. Volunteers will distribute diapers, wipes, and other essentials, all free to local families impacted by the current COVID-19 crisis on Thursday March 18th, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Organizers share that all parents of children 36 months and […]Read More

Walmart to host drive thru COVID-19 community vaccine event at

Thanks to the U.S. Federal Retail Pharmacy Program, officials with Walmart announced that they will begin administering Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines in El Paso with a drive through clinic at the Walmart Parking Lot at 7101 Gateway Blvd West starting Thursday, February 25. “We have two goals as we administer vaccines: first, to get as many shots in […]Read More

Diocese of El Paso: Churches will follow Covid-19 guidelines for

Monday evening, officials with the Catholic Diocese of El Paso announced that parishes will remain in Phase 3 of the Diocesan Protocols for Church Gatherings in a time of pandemic during the lenten season, to include Ash Wednesday. “The Diocese of El Paso will strictly adhere to the instructions provided by the Congregation for Divine […]Read More