Resources on COVID-19 and Texas' reopening: Use our interactive page to track the spread of cases through Harris County and the rest of Texas. For a detailed look at our state, check out the Chronicle's Texas Coronavirus Map. To get regular updates on our coverage, sign up for our coronavirus newsletter. … [Read more...] about Houston coronavirus updates: Texas sees nearly 3K new cases
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I know my musician friends have been struggling. Many have turned to performing live over Instagram or Facebook. As much as I’ve enjoyed these virtual gigs, nothing can replace the berserk energy of a mosh-pit at The White Swan or the emotion of live blues at The Big Easy. … [Read more...] about 5 things I’m going to do in Houston once the pandemic ends
Turn the air conditioner off. Maybe even turn the heater on if things get really crazy. Open the door to the patio and let my dog sit outside again. WEAR JEANS. I'm tired of shorts, and I'm ready for layers. Get a hot coffee and have it actually make sense. It will likely be a pumpkin spice latte, because it's required. Go to H-E-B and buy like, six pumpkins for the patio. Take a long walk at Buffalo Bayou without dissolving into a puddle of sweat. Moody fall music is optional. Allow my dogs to run outside for as long as they want. They deserve it. Pull out my favorite denim jacket, boots and sweater socks combo. Find every single pumpkin-baked good in this city. Make pumpkin-baked goods. Visit the Menil. There's a simple joy to ducking into a museum when it's cold out. Eat as much pho as I possibly can. Or really any soup. Finish with a warm slice of Dutch apple pie from House of Pies. Find the few crunchy leaves … [Read more...] about Houston didn’t get this cold front. Here’s what I’m going to do when we finally get one.
NOTE: The numbers included in this report represent a one-day change in data from Saturday, September 12 through Sunday, September 13. It is still unclear how many of the state's new cases can be attributed to jail inmates from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. The Houston Chronicle's analysis of COVID-19 case data now includes probable and pending cases. This change is based on interviews with multiple public health officials and epidemiologists, as well as in line with CDC guidelines on reporting. DSHS is now using death certificate data for its counts of COVID deaths, leading some Texas counties to have dramatically higher counts than others and some counties to have higher numbers than state figures. … [Read more...] about Houston coronavirus updates: What you need to know for Sept. 14
Eight-year-old Sloane Callander, pictured in May, picks up a computer monitor as she helps distribute computers arranged through a partnership between Communities In Schools and Comp-U-Dopt to students at Houston ISD’s Hogg Middle School. Tens of thousands of HISD students likely lack access to computers at home, prompting district officials to allocate another $31 million in technology spending this fiscal year. … [Read more...] about Houston coronavirus updates: What you need to know for Sept. 8