Coronavirus The Woodlands
Frontline employees at Houston Methodist The Woodlands Hospital received the recently approved COVID-19 vaccine by Pfizer and BioNTech, December 16.
Rapid Covid-19 Antigen testing is now available at America's ER. Results in 15 minutes.
Jake Kelly of Bison ProFab Global, Inc works with MCTX officials Bison ProFab, Inc. Reaching out in time of crisis
Melissa Herpel and Express Family Clinic helping to meet demand in Montgomery County With Covid19 testing in demand, Melissa Herpel of Express Family Clinic in Spring has partnered with a private lab to make low cost private testing available in the Spring/Woodlands area.
At a time when the restaurant industry needs support more than ever, H-E-B will leverage its #TexansHelpingTexans campaign to launch H-Town Take-Out, a community outreach initiative encouraging Houstonians to support local restaurants and businesses.
The Woodlands Water Agency continues to monitor Coronavirus / COVID-19 guidance from federal and state government agencies.
Precinct 2 Commissioner Adrian Garcia releases the following statement in regards to Judge Lina Hidalgo’s stay-at-home order.
Olympic officials concluded that the Games of the XXXII Olympiad in Tokyo must be rescheduled to a date beyond 2020.
Commissioner James Noack recently released a map breaking down the number of positive COVID-19 cases by zip code.
Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, TREC and TALCB are waiving all renewal and application deadlines until May 31, 2020.
Several of our YMCA locations have been transitioned into Essential Personnel Child Care Sites.
SiriusXM’s Joel Osteen Radio will feature special live programming featuring Joel and Victoria Osteen.
The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce urges members of Congress to immediately adopt legislation to aid workers and businesses impacted by the coronavirus.
EMS workers are often the first line in responding to COVID-19 cases in our communities.
The Strong Firm is committed to helping our clients and community navigate through these uncertain and trying times.
LSC has announced it is refunding all distance learning fees for spring 2020.
We want you to know that we will remain open to continue providing the same level of care you are accustomed to.
Governor Greg Abbott announced that Texas has received $36.9 million from the CDC as part of the state's initial allotment of funding.
Residents experiencing symptoms can self-assess online before scheduling an appointment.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton today warned all licensed health care professionals to postpone elective surgeries and procedures.