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Texarkana Area COVID By-The-Numbers for June 30
The numbers in the Bowie, Cass, and Miller County areas are beginning to spike some and there are new variants to be concerned about. The Texas side has done pretty well on vaccinations, the Arkansas side, not so much. It's not time to panic but we should be monitoring what we do and where we do it. Keep washing those hands or using sanitizer often, avoid large/dense crowds, and let's make sure ou
Texarkana Area COVID By-The-Numbers for June 23
Free vaccines are available all over town, I believe every pharmacy, clinic and urgent care has them now, pick one, make an appointment and go get it done if you are so inclined. Bowie County In Bowie County, Texas DSHS reports 55 new cases and a total of 4,980 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases with 4 probable cases, 225 deaths. Fully Vaccinated age 12 - 64: 26% Fully Vaccinated age 65 and older:
Texarkana Area COVID By-The-Numbers for June 16
Vaccines are very easy to find right now, most pharmacies and even some Doctor's Offices and Clinics are stocked, but if you're still looking, CHRISTUS St. Michael offers vaccines with the Spirit St. Michael Mobile Unit. For additional information, call 903-748-8573. Collom & Carney Clinic is now administering the Pfizer COVID vaccine for ages 12 and up. No appointment is necessary. Bowie Coun
Texarkana Area COVID By-The-Numbers for June 9
Vaccines are pretty easy to find right now but if you're still looking, CHRISTUS St. Michael now offers vaccines with the Spirit St. Michael Mobile Unit. For additional information, call 903-748-8573. Collom & Carney Clinic is now administering the Pfizer COVID vaccine for ages 12 and up. No appointment is necessary. Bowie County In Bowie County, Texas DSHS reports 0 new cases and a total of 4
Texarkana Area COVID By-The-Numbers for June 2
Vaccines are pretty easy to find right now but if you're still looking, CHRISTUS St. Michael now offers vaccines with the Spirit St. Michael Mobile Unit. For additional information, call 903-748-8573. Collom & Carney Clinic is now administering the Pfizer COVID vaccine for ages 12 and up. No appointment is necessary. Bowie County In Bowie County, Texas DSHS reports 12 new cases and a total of
Texarkana Area COVID By-The-Numbers for May 26
New News Governor Asa Hutchinson announced on Tuesday that Arkansans will have an incentive to get vaccinated starting July 1. Next Tuesday, residents of Arkansas who get vaccinated can show their vaccination card to receive a $20 Arkansas Lottery Scratch-off Ticket that could win them up to $1,000,000. You do have to be at least 18 years old to participate in this incentive. If you don't want the
Texarkana Area COVID By-The-Numbers for May 19
New News! Texas Governor Greg Abbott issued an Executive Order Tuesday afternoon removing mask mandates for Texans from all government and schools in the state. For the complete story, click here. Individuals 12 years old and older are now eligible to receive the vaccines. Vaccines are pretty easy to find right now but if you're still looking, CHRISTUS St. Michael now offers vaccines with the Spir
Texarkana Area COVID By-The-Numbers for May 14
New News! The CDC issued new guidance yesterday saying individuals who are fully vaccinated no longer must wear a mask indoors or outdoors. We have been doing that for a while already here in the Ark-La-Tex but it's nice to see them catch up. As a friendly reminder though, a private business or property owner does have the legal authority to require you to wear a mask in their store, restaurant, e
Texarkana Area COVID-19 Numbers for May 11
Bowie County In Bowie County, Texas DSHS reports 0 new cases and a total of 4,740 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases with 0 probable cases, 214 deaths. Fully Vaccinated age 16 - 64: 22% Fully Vaccinated age 65 and older: 46%
Texarkana Area COVID-19 Numbers for April 30, 2021
In Bowie County, Texas DSHS reports 4 new cases and a total of 4,712 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases with 1 probable case, 211 deaths. Bowie County Fully Vaccinated age 16 - 64: 21% Bowie County Fully Vaccinated age 65 and older: 43% Cass County has 2 new cases and a total of 1193, plus 4 probable cases, COVID death total of 81. Cass County Fully Vaccinated age 16 - 64: 20% Cass County Fully Vac

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