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Periódico Información Spanish Newspaper
Oct 05, 2022

La Oficina del Programa de Justicia (OJP) del Departamento de Justicia de EE.UU. anunció que otorgó una subvención de $1,999,715 al Condado de Harris en apoyo de los Servicios de Prevención de la Violencia del Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado de Harris (HCPH), como parte de un esfuerzo nacional para reducir la violencia armada y otra violencia grave.

UTHealth/Newswise.com
Oct 04, 2022

Co-authors of the UTHealth-led research project also included Jennifer Kiger, MPH, Director of the COVID-19 Division and Interim Director of the Office of Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Evaluation at Harris County Public Health Department.

KPRC 2
Oct 04, 2022

Harris County Public Health is one of the participating vendors of the event, which will be held on October 15.

KHOU
Oct 04, 2022

Harris County Public Health reports the wastewater positivity rate is at 11% and has rated the COVID community level as low.

The Katy News
Oct 02, 2022

The level of community spread and daily case counts have dropped to the lowest since the start of the pandemic.

The Katy News
Oct 02, 2022

The U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Justice Program (OJP) announced that it has awarded a $1,999,715 grant to Harris County in support of Harris County Public Health’s (HCPH) Violence Prevention Services, as part of a national effort to reduce gun violence and other serious violence.

African American News & Issues
Sep 30, 2022

The COVID-19 Community Level has moved to Green (Low) under the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) system that Harris County adopted a month ago. Under the previous threat level system, which had different indicators, the county would be trending towards down green. Wastewater viral load continues to trend downward along with new cases.

KPRC 2
Sep 30, 2022

Harris County Public Health announced Thursday that the COVID-19 Community Level has moved to the lowest level -- Green. In a news release, officials said wastewater viral load continued to trend downward and COVID-19 cases have dropped to the lowest numbers since the start of the pandemic in 2020.

Community Impact Newspaper
Sep 30, 2022

Harris County’s COVID-19 threat level dipped to its lowest green level on Sept. 29 after indicators, such as viral loads in wastewater, trended down, according to a press release from Harris County Public Health. The change follows Harris County’s transition from its previous COVID-19 threat level system to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Community COVID-19 system earlier in September. According to the HCPH release, the county’s COVID-19 levels would have been “trending down green” under the previous system.

CW39
Sep 28, 2022

Here is some optimistic news. The number of monkeypox cases has gone down significantly in the past week, according to Harris County Public Health and the Houston Health Department.

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