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Suspect Arrested, Charged in Fatal Shooting at 2503 Almeda Genoa Road

Apr 15, 2020
Charges have been filed against a suspect arrested in the fatal shooting of a man at 2503 Almeda Genoa Road about 9:15 p.m. on Tuesday (March 31).  

Xavier McConico, 19, is charged with murder in the 339th State District Court.  He is accused in the killing of Earl Anthony-Blair-Foster, 27.  

A booking photo of McConico is attached to this news release.   

HPD Homicide Division Detective J. Pickett and Officer R. Waterwall reported:  

HPD patrol officers responded to a shooting call at a gas station at the above address and found the victim with a gunshot wound lying in the parking lot.  Medical assistance was attempted, but the victim died at the scene.  Witnesses stated the suspects fled the scene in an unknown vehicle.  A preliminary investigation indicated the victim got into an altercation inside the gas station.   

Further investigation indicated identified McConico as a suspect in this case.  On Friday (April 10) McConico was arrested and admitted to his role in the shooting. 
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GOLDEN BOY DEVELA INICIATIVA DE CONTENIDO DIGITAL

Apr 15, 2020
GOLDEN BOY DEVELA INICIATIVA DE CONTENIDO DIGITAL  PRESENTACIÓNES ESPECIALES, RESÚMENES DE COMBATES Y PUBLICACIONES EN REDES SOCIALES FORMAN PARTE DE ESFUERZOS MULTIMEDIA
Apriete AQUÍ para ver momentos destacados de Óscar De La Hoya vs. Ike Quartey
LOS ÁNGELES, California 13 de abril de 2020. — Golden Boy, la marca líder de media y entretenimiento anunció hoy el lanzamiento de una iniciativa de contenido digital para brindar a los fanáticos del boxeo una diversión de carácter necesario durante este tiempo difícil. Esta iniciativa consiste en videos de nuestra gigante biblioteca de combates históricos y programación original, junto con contenido de forma corta en nuestras redes sociales con nuestro inmenso y exclusivo establo de peleadores.  El contenido se distribuirá en las plataformas propias y operadas por Golden Boy como RingTV.com, la página oficial de Facebook en Golden Boy Fight Night  y la página oficial de YouTube, y también en DAZN. “Estamos en un periodo muy difícil para la gente de todo el orbe”, afirmó Óscar De La Hoya, Presidente y Jefe Ejecutivo de Golden Boy. “Nuestro trabajo por casi 20 años ha sido entretener y deleitar a los fanáticos con lo mejor que el boxeo puede ofrecer, y sentimos que es nuestra obligación seguir haciéndolo durante este tiempo. Tendremos éxito si podemos brindar a nuestros fanáticos tan sólo unos momentos de consuelo y distracción en esta crisis global mientras que nuestro talentoso equipo de editores y productores recrean peleas y guerras clásicas en forma de pequeños segmentos de tres a cinco minutos”, explicó El primer aspecto de esta iniciativa consta de presentaciones especiales bajo varios temas y perspectivas. Por ejemplo, la serie de “Best Knockouts” presentará los mejores nocáuts por medio de peleadores como David Lemieux y Lucas “La Máquina” Matthysse, mientras que “Before They Were Stars” presentará los debuts y actuaciones destacadas que realizaron peleadores como Canelo Álvarez y Ryan García a principios de sus carreras. A continuación, una lista de las presentaciones especiales: México vs. Puerto Rico: Una serie de momentos destacados de una de las rivalidades más grandes del pugilismo. The Breakdown: Una serie en la que un peleador observa y analiza tres de sus mejores actuaciones. UntouchableUna serie presentando los mejores boxeadores defensivos.  Pound 4 Pound Presented by Ring MagazineUna colección de los mejores combates elegidos por el personal de Ring Magazine.Before They Were Stars: Un compendio de debuts profesionales y actuaciones destacadas a principios de las carreras de nuestros boxeadores.Best Knockouts Powered by DAZN: Una compilación de nocáuts espectaculares de nuestros prospectos y estrellas.  La segunda fase de esta iniciativa contará con versiones condensadas de algunos de los mejores enfrentamientos de nuestra biblioteca. Los televidentes tendrán la opción de experimentar las mejores batallas en la historia en forma de paquetes concisos. Estos mini-episodios incluirán a púgiles del pasado como Óscar De La Hoya, Bernard “The Alien” Hopkins, Sugar Shane Mosley, Marco Antonio “The Baby Face Assassin” Barrera y Erik “El Terrible” Morales, junto con boxeadores del momento como Joseph “JoJo” Díaz Jr.Jaime Munguía, Xu Can, René “Gemelo” Alvarado.
Apriete AQUÍ para ver el séptimo asalto deCanelo Álvarez vs. Austin Trout
El tercer y último aspecto de esta iniciativa consiste en un paquete completo de contenido en las redes sociales que reforzará nuestros esfuerzos de programación y brindará nuevo e innovador contenido con nuestro enorme establo de boxeadores. Estas actividades incluyen “takeovers” de Instagram con peleadores como Vergil Ortiz Jr., sesiones en vivo de preguntas y respuestas con campeonas como Seniesa “Superbad” Estrada, y consejos de púgiles en ascenso como Blair “The Flair” Cobbs.  A continuación, una lista de algunas de nuestras presentaciones especiales de redes sociales: Ask Me Anything: Sesiones semanales de pregunta y respuesta con peleadores de Golden Boy. Catching Up in Quarantine: Entrevistas a través de la plataforma Zoom con los peleadores en sus respectivos hogares cada martes y jueves con Jessica Rosales como anfitriona. IG LivePresentaciones en vivo por medio del Instagram Live de Golden Boy donde peleadores mostrarán sus habilidades en la cocina, sus entrenamientos y consejos de entrenamiento.Exclusive Footage: Contenido detrás de bambalinas y nunca visto, coma una interacción entre Canelo y Nas, el legendario cantante de rap.Welcome to My Quarantine: Una presentación en la que un boxeador de Golden Boy presentará su espacio de cuarentena para nuestros seguidores.  “Golden Boy es el líder global en la transición boxística al OTT”, señaló David Tetreault, Vicepresidente Ejecutivo de Golden Boy Media and Entertainment. “Con nuestros socios en DAZN y Facebook Watch, hemos estado al frente de esta histórica evolución en los medios deportivos al crear e implementar estratégicamente nuestra programación digital. Nuestra meta durante este tiempo difícil es proveer nuevo contenido de alto nivel para asegurar que nuestros fanáticos estén entretenidos e informados. Nuestro plan también proveerá a nuestros patrocinadores las herramientas para seguir utilizando sus marcas alrededor de nuestros campeones mundiales,
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Suspect Arrested, Charged in Fatal Shooting at 3206 Shadowfern Court

Apr 15, 2020
Houston police have arrested a suspect charged in the death of a woman at 3206 Shadowfern Court at noon on Friday (April 10).

Mohammed Rasheed, 24, is charged with murder in the 174th State District Court.  A booking photo of the suspect is attached to this news release.

B. Rasheed, 55, was pronounced dead at the scene. 

HPD Homicide Division Officers H. Hay and B. Rothberg reported:

Officers responded to a report of a deceased female at a residence at the above address.  The victim was in her kitchen cooking when she was killed by Mohammed.  The victim was shot and suffered stab wounds.  The motive for the murder is under investigation.

Anyone with information in this case is urged to contact the HPD Homicide Division at 713-309-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS
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Directrices de la FIFA para afrontar las consecuencias jurídicas de la COVID-19

Apr 7, 2020

A causa del impacto sin precedentes ocasionado por la COVID-19 en todos los niveles del fútbol, la FIFA ha estado trabajando en la elaboración de una serie de recomendaciones y directrices que permitan hacer frente a algunas cuestiones prácticas consecuencia de la pandemia, en particular, aquellas relativas a los contratos y los traspasos de jugadores en general. 

La labor se ha realizado consultando con los diferentes grupos de interés en el marco de un grupo de trabajo presidido por el vicepresidente de la FIFA y presidente de la Comisión de Grupos de Interés del Fútbol de la FIFA, Vittorio Montagliani, el cual está integrado por representantes de clubes, jugadores, ligas, federaciones nacionales y confederaciones.

El grupo de trabajo acordó por unanimidad un conjunto de principios que ha sido respaldado hoy por el Bureau del Consejo de la FIFA. 

«La epidemia de COVID-19 ha cambiado claramente todas las circunstancias objetivas en torno al fútbol durante esta temporada. Por tanto, la FIFA, junto con los grupos de interés, ha recogido algunas ideas prácticas y propuestas para abordar estas nuevas circunstancias. Aunque esta iniciativa no vaya a resolver todos los problemas, debería servir para aportar cierta estabilidad y claridad al fútbol en el futuro próximo. Esperamos que este proyecto común, liderado por la FIFA, constituya un ejemplo positivo de la capacidad de respuesta del fútbol, y demuestre nuestra unión, solidaridad y disposición para llegar a acuerdos que nos permitan afrontar los tiempos difíciles que están por llegar. Antes de eso, si hay una cuestión que todos deben tener clara, especialmente en estos momentos, es que la salud es lo primero, mucho antes que el fútbol», explicó el presidente de la FIFA Gianni Infantino.

A continuación, presentamos un resumen de las directrices aprobadas, las cuales la FIFA espera que se cumplan en todo el mundo. 

Vencimiento e inicio de los contratos de jugadores:

Los contratos normalmente concluyen al final de la temporada y la fecha de finalización de la temporada coincide con la de vencimiento del contrato. Con la suspensión de las actividades futbolísticas en la mayoría de los países, es obvio que la temporada actual no terminará en la fecha prevista. Por tanto, se propone que los contratos se amplíen hasta el momento en el que realmente termine la temporada. Esta medida se corresponde con la intención original de las partes al firmar el contrato y contribuirá a preservar la integridad y la estabilidad del deporte.

Un principio similar se aplica a los contratos cuyo inicio estaba previsto para el principio de la próxima temporada: su entrada en vigor se pospondrá hasta el inicio real de la misma.

Contratos de empleo en el fútbol que no puedan cumplirse:

Como es evidente, la pandemia de COVID-19 ha tenido un gran impacto sobre los ingresos de los clubes, entre otros motivos, por la imposibilidad de disputar partidos. El fútbol, como otros sectores de la economía, tiene que encontrar soluciones justas y equitativas para hacer frente a estas circunstancias y, a ser posible, proteger los puestos de trabajo y lograr un equilibrio justo y razonable entre los intereses de jugadores y clubes.

Por tanto, la FIFA recomienda encarecidamente a estos dos colectivos que colaboren para llegar a acuerdos y encontrar soluciones durante el periodo de suspensión de la actividad futbolística.

Aunque encontrar soluciones adecuadas a las circunstancias de cada país corresponde, en primera instancia, a las partes pertinentes en el ámbito nacional, la FIFA recomienda que se tengan en cuenta por igual todos los aspectos de cada situación, incluidas las medidas gubernamentales en apoyo de clubes y jugadores, la posibilidad de aplazar o reducir los pagos y las posibles coberturas de los seguros. 

Si las partes no logran llegar a un acuerdo y, como consecuencia, los casos se trasladan a la FIFA, se examinarán los siguientes factores: 

  • la existencia de un intento genuino por parte del club de llegar a un acuerdo con los jugadores;
  • la situación económica del club;
  • la proporcionalidad de las adaptaciones a los contratos de los jugadores;
  • los ingresos netos de los jugadores después de adaptar los contratos, y
  • el trato igualitario a los jugadores.

De esta manera, la FIFA espera que se puedan encontrar soluciones que sean justas y equitativas para ambas partes.

Periodos de inscripción:

Respecto a los periodos de inscripción, una vez más, es necesario adaptar la situación regulatoria normal a las circunstancias objetivas actuales. Por este motivo, la FIFA será flexible y permitirá el aplazamiento de las ventanas de transferencias para que se emplacen entre el final de la temporada actual y el inicio de la próxima.

A su vez, la FIFA intentará garantizar, siempre que sea posible, que exista un nivel de coordinación general, y tendrá presente la necesidad de proteger la regularidad, la integridad y el buen funcionamiento de las competiciones a fin de que los resultados deportivos no se vean alterados de manera injusta. 

Si desean ampliar la información sobre las directrices aprobadas por el Bureau del Consejo, consulten el documento COVID-19: cuestiones regulatorias relativas al fútbol.

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Investigation into Incident at 12319 Braesridge Drive

Apr 7, 2020
Houston police are investigating an incident in which an HPD officer wounded a suspect at 12319 Braesridge Drive about 11:55 a.m. on Friday (April 3).

The suspect, Kevin Terrel Johnson (b/m, 27) suffered a non-life-threatening wound and was transported to an area hospital where he was treated and released the same day.  He was subsequently booked into the Harris County Joint Processing Center on outstanding warrants.  A photo of Johnson is attached to this news release.

Sergeant R. Delasbour, who discharged his duty weapon, was not injured.  Sergeant Delasbour was sworn in as an HPD officer in August 2000 and is assigned to the South Gessner Patrol Division.

HPD Homicide Special Investigations Unit Detectives S. Martinez, J. Hartnett, M. Millington, L. Lopez and R. Bass reported:

HPD Crime Suppression Team officers arrived at the above address in an attempt to locate suspect Johnson, who was wanted on outstanding felony warrants of burglary of habitation, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, felony theft and misdemeanor evading arrest/detention.  

Upon the officers’ arrival, they surrounded the residence, knocked, and announced themselves as Houston Police.  Officers were met by several family members who would not confirm whether or not Johnson was inside the home.  Officers called out to Johnson to make his presence known and gave anyone inside the residence the opportunity to exit.  

Officers then began searching the inside of the residence, that included a dark attic area.  During their search, Sergeant Delasbour located Mr. Johnson hiding behind loose insulation in the attic.  Johnson, who was within close proximity of Sergeant Delasbour, suddenly raised his left arm.  Fearing for his safety and the safety of the other officers, Sergeant Delasbour discharged his duty weapon one time, striking Johnson in the arm.

Officers provided Johnson with first aid before he was transported to Memorial Hermann Hospital by Houston Fire Department paramedics.

As is customary in officer-involved shooting incidents that occur within the Houston city limits, this case is being investigated by the HPD Homicide Special Investigations Unit, the Internal Affairs Division and the Harris County District Attorney’s Office.
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Mayor Turner announces new resource to help essential workers find childcare

Apr 7, 2020
Mayor Turner announces new resources to help essential workers find child care
Harris County, Collaborative for Children, and Texas Workforce Solutions partner with City of Houston to provide child care during health crisis
HOUSTON – In response to the challenge of essential workers finding child care, the Mayor’s Office, including the Mayor’s Office of Education and the Mayor’s Office of Resilience, partnered with the Houston Endowment and the Harris County Judge’s office to develop a child care solution during this COVID-19 pandemic.

As of this morning, essential workers can register for child care and for financial support  online at FindChildCareNow.org.

All essential workers, including all City of Houston and Harris County employees, with children aged 0-12 are eligible to participate on a first come, first served basis. Once a family selects a center and their enrollment is confirmed, care can begin immediately.

Essential workers are those identified by the State or local jurisdiction essential to continued critical infrastructure viability. The State of Texas list can be found here.There are three assistance options for essential workers: Those who need child care now, those who need child care and financial assistance, and those who already have child care in the community but need financial assistance.Essential workers can log onto the website at FindChildCareNow.org to complete an online registration form. Information provided on the form will enable Collaborative for Children’s early childhood specialists to research child care centers that best meets the workers’ needs and begin the process for Workforce Solutions to determine eligibility for financial assistance. Essential workers will receive up to three high-quality child care centers from which they can choose and notification of financial assistance eligibility within two business days.



“In this unprecedented time of the COVID-19 public health emergency, I deeply appreciate City of Houston employees and all essential employees’ dedication to help their fellow Houstonians. We want your children to be taken care of while you are busy taking care of others,” said Mayor Sylvester Turner.“We as a community are indebted to essential workers who are making a huge sacrifice,” said Dr. Melanie Johnson, president and CEO of Collaborative for Children. “We are pleased to work with city and county officials to lighten the load of these valuable workers and use our expertise in early education to help them find child care at one of our Centers of Excellence. We believe it is imperative that we sustain quality early learning for Houston-area young children even during this crisis.”  

“First responders, health-care workers, grocery store clerks and other essential workers show up for us every day. This is how we can show up for them, said Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo. “They deserve seamless access to quality child care centers and financial aid, and I’m pleased to join the city in supporting this unique, interagency effort to make that happen.”“The Gulf Coast Workforce Board is committed to supporting our everyday heroes, especially those essential workers needing financial assistance to ensure quality early education and care for their young children,” said Mark Guthrie, chair of the Gulf Coast Workforce Board. “Our Workforce Solutions staff will work hand-in-glove with all the partners to make sure parents can be signed up, determined eligible, and connected to a provider as quickly as possible.” 

Collaborative for Children is a leader in early childhood education with a 33-year history of serving the 13-county Houston region. Since its inception, the agency has proudly helped families find high-quality child care and early education.In 2000, the agency launched FindChildCareNow.org, an online database for all families. The database has more than 4,000 child care centers and family home centers listed. FindChildCareNow.org provides information such as hours of operations, teacher/student ratio and subsidy acceptance. It also reports quality information such as national accreditation and Texas Rising Star certification and ratings. More than 25,000 people use FindChildCareNow.org every year.  
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Premier Boxing Champions Launches Live Social Boxing Chats This Week

Apr 7, 2020
PBC Boxers to Share Distancing Experiences Through Social Media
Welterweight Champion Errol Spence, Jr., former Two-Division Champion Danny Garcia, former Three-Division Champion Abner Mares, WBC Middleweight Champion Jermall Charlo, WBC Super Welterweight Champion Jermell Charlo and IBF Super Middleweight Champion Caleb Plant to Appear on PBC Social Media Platforms on the Inaugural Week of Programming
LAS VEGAS (April 6, 2020) – Premier Boxing Champions boxers are dealing with the same issues with social distancing as the rest of the world. They want to reach out to fans during these challenging times, shares their experiences and talk boxing. The PBC social media and digital team will present five opportunities per week for fans to engage with boxers and chat in a forum. Through these engagements fans will get the chance to hear from boxers about some of their past fights and their in-the-ring plans once the current restrictions are lifted; see how boxers are entertaining themselves and their families; step into their kitchens and watch them whip up some of their favorite foods and learn about some of their favorite movies, music, books, hobbies and hidden talents. “Time Out With Ray Flores’’ Each Monday, Ray Flores will host a 30-45 minute live stream interview on the PBC Instagram page with a different fighter. This week unified Welterweight Champion Errol Spence, Jr. will appear with Flores this Monday, April 6 at 3 p.m. ET/12 p.m.  PT. “PBC PODCAST” Each week Kenneth Bouhairie and Michael Rosenthal will interview a PBC boxer, catching up with them about how they’re coping with being quarantined and their future plans. Former two-division champion Danny Garcia will appear this week. The Podcast is available each Wednesday on the PBC website, iTunes, Spotify, Soundcloud, Stitcher, Spreaker and other outlets. “At Home With…” Each Wednesday and Friday, a fighter will take over the PBC Facebook page to host a live “hangout” from their homes. Fighters will be asked to share something topical, while also answering fan questions and maintaining a casual format. WBC Middleweight Champion Jermall Charlo will appear this Wednesday, April 8 at 4 p.m. ET. His twin brother, WBC Super Welterweight Champion Jermell Charlo, will appear on Friday, April 10 at 4 p.m. ET. “Going The Distance’’ Each Thursday on the PBC YouTube page, select boxers will offer commentary over one of their best fights. IBF Super Middleweight Champion Caleb Plant will break down his title fight against Jose Uzcategui this Thursday, April 9 at 4 p.m. ET. Every Saturday night “PBC Replay” will air an entire classic fight card from the PBC library on the PBC YouTube page. The welterweight unification showdown between Errol Spence, Jr. and Shawn Porter will replay this Saturday night at 8 p.m. ET. Fans will be alerted to the boxers that will be presented on each show for the upcoming week
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Stay Home and Fill Out Your Census

Apr 3, 2020
Though the urgent mitigation of the COVID-19 outbreak is the priority in Harris County and across our nation, every household in the United States, including yours, is still responsible for completing a critical task: filling out the 2020 Census
“We’re at a critical moment in time as Texans and as Americans,” said Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo. “The actions we take as a community right now will determine our ability to bounce back from this crisis. Staying home is crucial to the short term health and safety of our community. But filling out the Census is crucial to the long-term health and safety of our community. Federal resources for healthcare, transportation, education, and even post-Covid recovery resources will be allocated according to population counts. As you are home distancing, please take time to fill out your Census. Our future depends on it.” 
Your response to the census is now more important than ever. You can submit your response via mail, phone, or online. By law, the Census cannot share your information with immigration enforcement agencies or law enforcement agencies, or allow it to be used to determine your eligibility for government benefits. We have much to gain and even more to lose — please fill out your census today. Visit 2020Census.gov for more information.
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City adds second COVID-19 testing site, Stay Home,Work Safe order extended

Mar 31, 2020
Mayor Sylvester Turner supports extension of Harris County’s Stay Home, Work Safe order and announces the opening of second City of Houston COVID-19 testing site on Wednesday, April 1 
HOUSTON – Today Mayor Sylvester Turner, standing alongside Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo, announced the Harris County Stay Home, Work Safe order set to expire on Friday, April 3, is now extended through April 30, 2020.Essential businesses can remain open. The Stay Home, Work Safe Order exempts essential workers covered in 16 CISA categories. The list of critical businesses can be found here.Individuals are advised to stay home unless they need to leave their residence to perform “Essential Activities.””The singular goal is worth repeating, and that is to blunt the progression of the COVID-19 so that we do not overwhelm our health care system,” Mayor Turner said. “We know that April 30 may seem a long way off. But if we work together, we can emerge from this health care crisis much quicker and stronger.”Texas Medical Center leaders have endorsed the Stay Home, Work Safe order extension. In a letter, ten CEOs said the order would help prevent hospitals from being overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients.

COVID-19 Testing Capacity Doubles
 Beginning April 1, 2020, the City of Houston will operate two free COVID-19 testing sites. The new site will double the testing capacity to 500 people a day. 
The community sites only accept people with the identification code obtained through the screening process. People showing up at the test sites without an identification code will not get tested. 
Call either 832-393-4220 or go to houstonemergency.org/covid19 for an online screening tool. 
As of March 31, 2020, 377 people have tested positive for COVID-19, and four patients have died from the virus in the City of Houston. The virus has also affected City of Houston employees; eight firefighters, 12 police officers, and 18 municipal workers have tested positive. 
“Opening a second testing site to double our testing capacity is critically important for the City of Houston. We must test people who are sick and have underlying health conditions,” Mayor Turner said. “We need robust testing as we work to blunt the progression of COVID-19.”
Houstonians may visit HoustonEmergency.org/covid19 for updated information about local risk, routine protective actions, frequently asked questions, communication resources, rumor control, emergency preparedness tips, and more
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Houston Health Department reports 11 new COVID-19 cases

Mar 25, 2020
HOUSTON – The Houston Health Department announced 11 new positive coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases on Wednesday, bringing the total to 66.   

Information about the cases’ gender, age range, travel and health condition is currently unavailable but the department will release it when obtained and verified.  

Investigations conducted by the department will identify potential contacts exposed to the virus. The department will provide close contacts guidance about the virus and monitor them for the development of symptoms.

Social distancing guidance for all Houstonians:Avoid gatherings of 10 or more people.Maintain at least 6 feet of separation from other people.Avoid eating or drinking in bars, restaurants, and food courts – use drive-thru, pickup, or delivery options.Avoid discretionary travel, shopping trips, and social visits.Do not visit nursing homes or retirement or long-term care facilities unless to provide critical care situations.Practice healthy hygiene habits:Wash hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use hand sanitizer when you can’t wash your hands.Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.Cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue and throw the tissue away. If you don’t have a tissue, use the elbow of your sleeve.Don’t use your hands to cover coughs and sneezes.Avoid close contact with people who are sick, especially if you are at higher risk for coronavirus.Get plenty of rest, drink plenty of fluids, eat healthy foods, and manage your stress to keep your immunity strong.Work or engage in schooling from home whenever possible.Human coronaviruses most commonly spread from an infected person to others through:Respiratory droplets released into the air by coughing and sneezing.Close personal contact, such as touching or shaking hands.Touching an object or surface with the virus on it, then touching your mouth, nose, or eyes before washing your hands.Privacy protection laws only permit the release of limited patient information. The health department is unable to release any additional patient information.

Houstonians may visit HoustonEmergency.org/covid19 for updated information about local risk, routine protective actions, frequently asked questions, communication resources, rumor control, emergency preparedness tips and more
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