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Myth Busters: Coronavirus Advice From World Health Organization
The World Health Organization has created some infographics to help remind and inform people of what the virus is all about.
Walmart to Limit Stores to 20 Percent of Full Capacity
Starting Saturday, April 4th, Walmart will be limiting the number of customers that are allowed in a store at once.
Lubbock's Stay-At-Home Extended Through April 30th
On Friday, April 3rd, the Lubbock City Council approved Mayor Dan Pope's emergency declaration made a week prior to stop or slow the spread of COVID-19.
James Arnold of ABC Bank Discusses The Payroll Protection Program
Arnold says the response from small businesses has been huge.
Lubbock To Receive $1.8 Million In Federal Aid Against COVID-19
In addition to the grant funding, HUD has outlined a set of mortgage payment relief options for single family homeowners suffering from the Coronavirus pandemic.
Stepping Stones: Lubbock Child Exposed to COVID-19 Tests Negative
Lubbock's Stepping Stones daycare says that a child that was exposed to COVID-19 through a family member has tested negative.
Yes, You Can Take the Family to the Park in Lubbock
You can take your family to the park in Lubbock, according to City of Lubbock Interim Park Director Ronnie Gallagher.
City of Lubbock Senior Meal Program Offers Curbside Pickup
During this COVID-19 emergency, it's good to know the City of Lubbock Senior Meal Program continues with curbside pickup at five Lubbock parks.
Cruz Discusses Coronavirus, China, Trump Response, U.S. Economy
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz on The Chad Hasty Show discussing the latest news on the coronavirus front, including the origin of the virus and the responsibility of the Chinese government, the U.S. government response, the rapid rise in unemployment claims, and much more.