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Mayor Mattie Parker — who's fully vaccinated — said in a statement yesterday she's experiencing only mild symptoms. Parker said she'll isolate and work from home, and will follow city guidelines to decide when she returns to the office. The Republican candidate said he has not gotten a coronavirus vaccination and that doctors were worried Saturday about the lowered level of oxygen saturation in his blood.
from AP News. State senators unanimously approved the proposal Friday. The Texas House's version of the plan has not yet passed out of committee. McGaughy said overcrowding and inadequate social distancing behind bars also make jails and prisons a hotbed for COVID. Drugmaker Merck has asked U. The deaths reported Saturday include people who ranged in age from their 20s to their 80s, all with underlying health conditions. Officials also report , people have recovered. That includes Texans who have been given booster shots, as well as those who have received a third dose.
Federal health officials currently recommend an additional vaccine dose for people who are moderately to severely immunocompromised. Booster doses are recommended for certain groups who were fully vaccinated against COVID at least six months ago.
Last Friday, a federal court judge heard arguments on a temporary restraining order for the case. District Court Judge Sean Jordan denied the temporary restraining order last week but had not yet ruled on a permanent injunction for the lawsuit, court documents show. Read the full story by The Dallas Morning News. She says a bulk of the money will go toward the state's unemployment insurance fund. Plaintiffs hope for ruling next week suit claiming Texas' mask mandate ban hurts students with disabilities. A group that filed the first federal lawsuit challenging Governor Greg Abbott's ban on mask mandates in schools is awaiting the judge's ruling following a trial earlier this week.
Disability Rights Texas argued in court on Wednesday that prohibiting local mask requirements discriminates against students with disabilities. Dustin Rynders, supervising attorney for the organization's education team, said if the judge does not rule in their favor, it will be tragic for their clients and other students with disabilities across the state. Employers added just , jobs in September, according to a monthly snapshot from the Labor Department. That's even worse than the anemic job gains in August and far below the pace of hiring earlier in the summer, when employers were adding around a million jobs a month.
A surge of new coronavirus cases slammed the brakes on hiring in August, when employers added just , jobs. Restaurants and retail shops actually cut workers that month, as fear of the virus discouraged customers from eating out and shopping.
Since August, the health outlook has improved. New infections, hospitalizations, and deaths have all fallen in recent weeks. The unemployment rate dipped to 4. from NPR. A new federal study estimates COVID vaccinations reduced thousands of fatalities and hospitalizations among Medicare beneficiaries in Texas. Rebecca Haffajee is with the U. Department of Health and Human Services. She says the goal of the study was to examine how vaccines affected health outcomes during the first five months of the vaccine rollout this year.
Interested in volunteering? You can volunteer individually or with a team. A federal trial got underway in Austin today to determine whether the Gov. Greg Abbott's ban on mask mandates in schools violates the rights of students with disabilities. Julia Longoria's 8-year-old daughter is one of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit filed by Disability Rights Texas.
And, [what] science says we need to do to protect our kids. The trial begins one week after the U. Department of Justice filed a formal statement supporting the lawsuit. Piasczyk, known as "Mrs. P," was described as a "talented, compassionate and dedicated" teacher, Stone said. A federal trial begins tomorrow to determine if Gov. Department of Justice filed a formal statement supporting the lawsuit, pointing out children with disabilities are at greater risk for severe illness from COVID The commissioner of the Texas Department of State Health Services is urging residents to get the flu shot.
Jackson Lee spoke at the city's police officers union this weekend. Nearly , Texans have gotten a booster or additional dose of a COVID vaccine according to the latest state data. According to a report from WFAA , the vaccine will be required to continue working for the airline. The carrier explained that its contracts with the federal government makes them a government contractor, so it is covered by President Joe Biden's order directing contractors to mandate vaccines for employees.
American Airlines CEO Doug Parker told employees late Friday that the airline is still working on details, but "it is clear that team members who choose to remain unvaccinated will not be able to work at American Airlines. Federal officials recommend additional doses for immunocompromised people , as well as booster shots for certain people who received their second dose of the Pfizer vaccine at least six months ago.
That includes those 65 and older, and people with underlying health conditions. Two months into this school year, districts have reported , cases in students. But state data on school cases is incomplete and likely an undercount. Entire districts, including Angleton and Lumberton, have closed temporarily without reporting cases to the state.
TEA informally tracks closures based on media and district reports, said Frank Ward, an agency spokesperson. To see some of the latest data, read the story from the Texas Tribune. KERA News is made possible through the generosity of our members. If you find this reporting valuable, consider making a tax-deductible gift today. Thank you. Search Query Show Search. Show Search Search Query. Play Live Radio. Next Up:. Available On Air Stations. All Streams. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn .
There have been at least 10, reported deaths in the region's four largest counties. Counties across Texas: Use the Texas Newsroom's interactive maps. Monday, Oct. Her husband, David Parker, also tested positive Friday. Saturday, Oct. Friday, Oct. The group of parents say they changed course for a different reason.
Plaintiffs hope for ruling next week suit claiming Texas' mask mandate ban hurts students with disabilities A group that filed the first federal lawsuit challenging Governor Greg Abbott's ban on mask mandates in schools is awaiting the judge's ruling following a trial earlier this week. Rynders said he hopes the federal judge will rule as soon as next week. August's jobs s were bad. September was even worse, but there's room for hope. Still there's some room for hope. Bars and restaurants added 29, jobs in September. Thursday, Oct. Wednesday, Oct.
Volunteers are needed from 5 — 8 p. Food distribution is from 6 — 8 p. Trial over if Texas' mask mandate ban hurts students with disabilities starts today A federal trial got underway in Austin today to determine whether the Gov. The event will take place in the parking lot of the store located at Renaissance Square. Tuesday, Oct. Texas' mask mandate ban goes on trial A federal trial begins tomorrow to determine if Gov.
Disability Rights Texas launched the suit in August. Department of Justice filed a formal statement supporting the lawsuit, pointing out children with disabilities are at greater risk for severe illness from COVID Texas Health Commissioner says flu shots are a must this year The commissioner of the Texas Department of State Health Services is urging residents to get the flu shot.
Texas schools have reported more COVID cases in two months than the entire school year Two months into this school year, districts have reported , cases in students. KERA News. Related Stories. Texas News. Texas Gov. New Zealand's doctors and teachers must soon be vaccinated. Texas Health Resources responds to North Texas doctor shortage with new residency programs.Monday top needed
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