Last night, the Elgin City Council discussed the city's plan for cutting back on non-essential services and protecting at-risk staff to guard against the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
The Elgin City Council discussed the city’s plan to face the COVID-19 pandemic during the regular meeting last Tuesday.
On Monday morning at 7:45 a.m., there were customers already in line waiting outside to enter the doors of Elgin’s H-E-B.
On the heels of announcing a $1.2 million investment to
Bastrop County is under a local state of emergency due to public health concerns from the COVID-19 novel coronavirus after a declaration at a press conference on Monday afternoon.
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