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Community spread confirmed in El Paso as outbreak shakes Mexico town and AMLO hobnobs with drug lord’s mom

El PASO – Community spread of coronavirus was confirmed here Monday as the number of positive cases rose to 46 and health experts vowed to take stricter measures to reduce its reach. The source of the virus is no longer limited to travelers returning from hot spots in Europe or elsewhere in the U.S. “For […]

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As local officials shrink jail populations due to coronavirus, Texas Gov. Abbott blocks release of some inmates who can’t pay bail

As the new coronavirus continues to spread in Texas’ two biggest county jails, Gov. Greg Abbott has made it harder for thousands of inmates to get out of local lockups. In an executive order Sunday, Abbott barred inmates accused or previously convicted of violent crimes from being released from jails without paying bail. Those with […]

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Coronavirus cases in El Paso and Texas: Daily statistics on cases, deaths in state

Click to expand Replay Video UP NEXT The best ways to spend your $1,200 stimulus check The $2 trillion stimulus package was approved by the Senate on Wednesday which includes a one-time direct payment of up to $1,200 for individual Americans. We have the best ways for you to spend this check, when (and if) […]

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El Paso coronavirus updates: Texas governor expands self-quarantine order for travelers

Click to expand Replay Video UP NEXT 1-on-1 with California governor Gov. Gavin Newsom discusses the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the state’s response to a surge of positive cases and ICU patients. ABC News Biden slammed for coughing in his hand ‘The Next Revolution’ host Steve Hilton joins ‘Watters’ World.’ FOX News Remnick: Cost of […]

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Gov. Abbott To Open Dallas Convention Center As Healthcare Facility, Halt Release Of ‘Dangerous Criminals’ Due To COVID-19

AUSTIN (CBSDFW.COM) — Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced Sunday that the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas will be opened as a temporary healthcare facility for coronavirus patients. During his news conference, Gov. Abbott said statewide, 176 people who tested positive for COVID-19 are requiring treatment in hospitals and have been admitted. He also […]

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El Paso schools’ switch to remote learning to fight coronavirus could cost of up to $5M

Click to expand Replay Video UP NEXT Virtual P.E. lessons keep kids active during lockdown Hundreds of thousands of British children are joining in an online, live physical education (P.E.) classes after the government ordered the closure of the nation’s schools to curb the spread of coronavirus. Reuters Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could have […]

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Confluent Health Announces Partnership with El Paso Physical Therapy Services

LOUISVILLE, Ky., March 28, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Confluent Health is proud to announce their newest partnership, El Paso Physical Therapy Services (EPPTS), a physical therapist-owned rehabilitation company since 1985 specializing in the treatment of orthopedic, sports, and work-related injuries with three locations in El Paso, TX. “Since we started more than 30 years ago, we have […]

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Confluent Health Announces Partnership with El Paso Physical Therapy Services

LOUISVILLE, Ky., March 28, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Confluent Health is proud to announce their newest partnership, El Paso Physical Therapy Services (EPPTS), a physical therapist-owned rehabilitation company since 1985 specializing in the treatment of orthopedic, sports, and work-related injuries with three locations in El Paso, TX. “Since we started more than 30 years ago, we have […]

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El Paso cracks down; Juarez and AMLO worry many about attitude toward coronavirus

EL PASO – Residents on this side of the border have an urgent message for their sister city just a feet away: Coronavirus is no joke. “Ignoring coronavirus seriousness at this moment is a salt in the wound of a relationship that is seemingly tenuous as our sister cities struggle with each other’s challenges,” said […]

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