Claire Osborn, Austin American-Statesman
Published 6: 41 p.m. ET July 5, 2020| Updated 7: 40 p.m. ET July 5, 2020
A modification in how Houston location medical facilities report intensive care system capacity during the coronavirus pandemic has drawn criticism from the leading 2 locally elected officials who question if the medical centers are being totally transparent. (July 2).
” Hopefully we will see that trajectory sluggish and we will know whether or not that happens this week,” Austin Mayor Steve Adler informed the Austin American-Statesman of the USA TODAY Network.
Resuming policies could be slowed
Travis County, where Austin is situated, has actually reported a total of 11,131 validated coronavirus cases as of Saturday night, including 8,275 healings and 136 deaths.
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