What is Happening Around Us?
We want you to have all the information you need regarding COVID-19 and what we can do as a community to stop the virus from spreading. Wih the number of cases rising in Hidalgo County, we must all do our part to keep our cities safe and healthy, no matter how old or young we are.
PREPARE, DON'T PANIC.Your actions affect the health of others in our community. Be smart. Be cautious. Be supportive. We know each of you is concerned with what we should or should not be doing during this time. We encourage you to visit the CDC website for information that is verified and accurate. www.cdc.gov. Below you can find external updates on videos being released directly from reliable sources. DO NOT SHARE FAKE NEWS. or any information you are not sure is reliable, as this can only potentially hurt the public.
One of the best ways to combat the spread is by keeping up with the news and knowing what is happening around us. This way we know what precautions to take from medical experts, understand and practice new orders and guidelines put on place by the goverment and more. Please continue to practice proper hyegiene, social distancing and support one another by staying home.
COVID-19 What is happening around us?
Media Briefing on COVID-19 with WHO.
Vince Young reminds Hidalgo County residents about the importance of avoiding gatherings with your extended family and friends. You should only be spending time with the people who live inside your home. We are the solution to slowing the spread of COVID-19 in Hidalgo County!
The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley has developed and implemented measures based on CDC guidelines to protect our community throughout our campuses and facilities. In this video, Kimberly Rottet, Director of University Recreation, explains UTRGV URec’s commitment to all Vaqueros’ safety and success for Fall 2020 and beyond.