Navarro County reports three confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of Monday, March 30. According to the daily report issued by Navarro County Office of Emergency Management, the confirmed cases are located in Rice, near Emhouse, and in western Navarro County.
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Navarro County Office of Emergency Management provided its daily COVID-19 update Friday, reporting 43 tested, 30 negative results, and 12 awaiting results. To date, Navarro County has reported one confirmed case of COVID-19, and no related deaths.
There have been no positive test results in Navarro County as of 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 24, reported Eric Meyers, Navarro County Office of Emergency Management Coordinator.
UPDATE 1 p.m.: The formal disaster declaration resolution has been added to the Hunt County web site, which details the county's stay at home order and list which types of essential services are allowed to stay open. www.huntcounty.net/upload/page/9857/docs/Disaster%20Resolution%20STAY%20IN%20PLACE.pdf
The University Interscholastic League, the governing body for all Texas high school extracurricular activities, including all athletic events, has extended the date of suspended sports due to the outbreak of COVID-19 in Texas
The first case of coronavirus in Johnson County was announced this morning during an emergency Johnson County Commissioners Court meeting.
In preparation for the completion of the spring 2020 semester, administrators have decided to extend students’ spring break on all campuses for an additional week, March 16 through 20. Classes will resume on Monday, March 23.
Brock ISD board of trustees named Brock Intermediate Principal Ingia Saxton as the new administrative and student services director.
The Mayor’s Economic Development Partnership group heard several regular reports as well as updates on coronavirus and the census, as well as an update on the upcoming bond election from Corsicana Independent School District Superintendent, Dr. Diane Frost.