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WALLER COUNTY, TEXAS TACKLES THE CORONAVIRUS!

WHILE MAJOR METROPOLITAN CITIES LIKE NEW YORK, SAN FRANCISCO, AND HOUSTON ARE GETTING LOTS OF ATTENTION BECAUSE OF COVID 19 – SOME SMALLER MORE RURAL COMMUNITIES ARE GETTING THE SIDE EYE.

PLACES LIKE WALLER COUNTY, TEXAS… IT’S WHERE RESIDENTS RECEIVED THEIR FIRST TEMPORARY TESTING SITE FROM THE STATE JUST LAST WEEK…

A COMMUNITY OF 50-THOUSAND PEOPLE WHO RECEIVED ONLY 120 TESTS.

ISIAH CAREY INTERVIEWED WALLER COUNTY JUDGE TREY DUHON ON ISIAH FACTOR UNCENSORED!

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MULTIPLE CORONAVIRUS CASES AT TWO NURSING HOMES!

Montgomery County Public Health District, in conjunction with Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, can confirm multiple cases of COVID-19 are in residents of two nursing homes in Montgomery County, Park Manor of Conroe and Park Manor of The Woodlands. Both facilities are home to 21 of our 467 cases, including the man in his 80s whose death was confirmed earlier today.

After learning of the first positive case at Park Manor of Conroe, management of the facility proactively had every resident and staff member tested for COVID-19. The tests resulted in 17 positive results: 15 residents and 2 employees. One of those residents is hospitalized.

Regarding Park Manor of The Woodlands, 4 people have tested positive: 3 residents and 1 employee. One of those residents has passed away. The other two are in the hospital.

Both facilities are taking extra precautions based on CDC guidelines and are in regular communication with Montgomery County Public Health District in adherence with state and federal law. Park Manor facilities are managed by HMG Healthcare, LLC. For additional questions regarding this release, please contact Leticia Caballero at Leticia.caballero@healthmarkgroup.com.

Details on all Montgomery County cases can be found here: https://mcphd-tx.org/coronavirus-covid-19/confirmed-cases/.

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State Lawmaker wants Racial Disparities Task Force for Covid 19!

On Wednesday, Rep. Thierry submitted a letter to Governor Abbott requesting the establishment of The Emergency COVID-19 Racial Disparities Task Force and garnered bipartisan support with 49 Texas House Members signing off.

“It is our hope with the implementation of this bipartisan task force, that we will move one step closer to revitalizing the health of our citizens and the productivity of our state,” stated Rep. Thierry.


For reference, please view the attached letter below: