Austin, TX Coronavirus Updates & News For March 11

Austin, TX |

Hours after the restrictions were lifted, businesses and venues were returning to some degree before COVID-19.

Brandon Blanton (left) and Russell Hicks (right) have lunch at Picos Mexican restaurant in Houston on Wednesday March 10, 2021. (David J. Phillip / Associated Press)

By Karen Brooks Harper, Duncan Agnew and Marissa Martinez, The Texas Tribune March 10, 2021Roxanne Espinosa’s life is changing today. The 34-year-old mother has been masking herself for a year and has avoided taking her children to their favorite places in Hockley due to pandemic closures. But today, the nationwide mask mandate and coronavirus restrictions on businesses are … Read More

Austin, TX |

New federal data shows how the waning coronavirus pandemic is affecting Travis County’s hospitals.

AUSTIN, TX – Although health officials are warning that it is too early for the nation to protect itself in the fight against the coronavirus, many indicators are pointing to gradual relief from the pandemic, including a sharp decline in the number of new hospitalizations. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that admissions of confirmed COVID-19 patients have fallen by two-thirds from their peak in early January

All over America, USA |

We lost a year to the pandemic but found some things worth keeping like helping each other, eating together, and even creating social distance.

ACROSS AMERICA – A year ago, Thursday, everything changed …. Read more

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