• September 27, 2020

Tags : COVID-19

DPH Monday: 19,554 Total COVID-19 cases; Recoveries at 15,887 with

This story will be updated as new information arrives from area government offices, school districts, and other organizations regarding their Coronavirus (COVID-19) preparations and guidelines. City Resources & FAQ  |   Direct link to ALL city closures  |  Department of Health Information site ***(8/24/2020) Monday morning, DPH officials reported 145 new cases; however, staff also be reported 13 […]Read More

El Paso-area Coronavirus Archive Stories from June 26th through July

This archive page of our El Paso-area Coronavirus Information has releases and information from June 26th through July 15th For the most recent health developments on COVID-19, please visit our up-to-the-minute page; for official info, click below. Center for Disease Control (CDC)   |   World Health Organization    |    City of El Paso Department of Public Health ***ARCHIVE […]Read More

Five UTEP Student-Athletes test positive for COVID-19

UTEP Athletics officials announced Saturday afternoon that five of their student-athletes had tested positive  for COVID-19. Via a news release, athletic officials shared: “At the beginning of July, five UTEP student-athletes tested positive for COVID-19 and will self-quarantine for 14 days. Following the positive tests, UTEP Athletics facilities were immediately closed for extensive cleaning.  Out […]Read More

El Paso-area Coronavirus Archive Stories from June 1st through 25th

This archive page of our El Paso-area Coronavirus Information has releases and information from June 1st through the 25th For the most recent health developments on COVID-19, please visit our up-to-the-minute page; for official info, click below. Center for Disease Control (CDC)   |   World Health Organization    |    City of El Paso Department of Public Health ***ARCHIVE […]Read More

Surge in COVID-19 cases forces city to postpone reopening El

On Sunday, officials with the City of El Paso announced the decision to postpone the reopening of Quality of Life facilities and services as a precaution for the health and safety of our community and the City’s workforce, due to the surge in COVID-19 infections. “The health, safety and well-being of our community and the City’s […]Read More

Video+Gallery+Story: TTUHSC El Paso, UTEP develop ‘Texas Breather,’ low cost,

Nationwide, hospitals are concerned about a possible shortage of ventilators as more Americans require treatment for COVID-19, the novel coronavirus disease that can cause life-threatening respiratory problems such as pneumonia. A collaboration between Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso and the University of Texas at El Paso could help solve the problem. Using […]Read More

United Way asks families across Texas to complete survey to

Austin – United Ways across Texas and the state organization, United Ways of Texas, are launching a statewide survey today to assess the economic impact the COVID19 crisis has had on Texas families. “Every Texas family has felt the impact of COVID19 and even though much of our state has re-opened, life remains uncertain,” said Adrianna Cuellar […]Read More