AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas is reporting fewer than 7,000 hospitalized coronavirus patients for the first time in six weeks. But that encouraging sign Thursday was clouded by questions over testing as students return to school and college football teams push ahead with playing this fall. Testing has dropped off in Texas, a trend seen across the U.S as health experts worry that patients without symptoms aren’t bothering because of long lines and waiting days to get results. Republican Gov. Greg Abbott says there’s plenty of testing supply amid shrinking demand.
TEXARKANA — Texas governor Greg Abbott announced Tuesday that salons are eligible to open May 8 and gyms and exercise facilities are eligible for reopen May 18. The announcement came as the Texas governor provided […]
Running back Ezekiel Elliott is one of many Dallas Cowboys players who have tested positive for COVID-19. According to a report from Ian Rapoport on Monday morning, several Cowboys players and several Houston Texans players […]