COVID-19

237 new cases of COVID-19 Thursday

Oct 15, 2020

The City of #Lubbock has confirmed 237 new cases of #COVID19 and no additional deaths as of 4:00 p.m. The total number of cases in Lubbock County is 14,921 with 2,039 listed as active, 12,730 listed as recovered, and 152 related deaths.

From the City of Lubbock:

As of 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 15, 2020, the City of Lubbock confirmed 237 new cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19), and 141 recoveries. The total number of cases in Lubbock County is 14,921: 2,039 active, 12,730 listed as recovered and 152 deaths. 

311 new cases of COVID-19, more than 150 deaths since March

Oct 14, 2020

The City of #Lubbock has confirmed 311 new cases of #COVID19 and three additional deaths as of 4:00 p.m.

213 more cases of COVID-19 confirmed

Oct 13, 2020

The City of Lubbock has confirmed 213 new cases of COVID-19 and three additional deaths as of 4:00 p.m. The total number of cases in Lubbock County is 14,377 with 1,945 listed as active, 12,283 listed as recovered, and 149 related deaths.

From the City of Lubbock:

As of 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 13, 2020, the City of Lubbock confirmed 213 new cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19), 127 recoveries and three additional deaths. The total number of cases in Lubbock County is 14,377: 1,945 active, 12,283 listed as recovered and 149 deaths. 

230 more cases of COVID-19 in Lubbock

Oct 9, 2020

The City of Lubbock has confirmed 230 new cases of COVID-19 and no additional deaths as of 4:00 p.m.

2 families share struggles of virtual learning for kids with special needs

Oct 9, 2020
The Moore Family. Mahaya Moore (second from the right) is a sophomore at Frenship High School.
Kate Moore

The pandemic has wreaked havoc on school systems. Many families have struggled to cope with online learning--especially those with kids who have special needs. Two families in Lubbock county share their very different experiences.

16-year old Mahaya Moore stands beside her mom at their Cajun food stand, Moore’s Cajun Smokehouse, at the Wolfforth Farmer’s Market. Mayaha was born hypoxic meaning her brain was deprived of oxygen at birth. She has epilepsy and multiple grand mal seizures have left her brain damaged. Talking is a challenge but she’s learned to form sentences.
 

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