After Medina County released tragic news of the first local death, Patricia Mechler from the Medina County Health unit stated, Continue reading “County Health Unit: “Today is a sad reminder of how serious this is””
The community is heartbroken to learn that a Medina County resident who fell ill to COVID-19 has passed away. Continue reading “Medina County sadly reports first COVID death, Local case count continues to climb Wednesday”
Medina County reported its 7th case Tuesday April 7 just before press time, it’s 5th and 6th cases were reported this Monday, April 6, and it’s fourth case was reported online last week on Saturday, April 4. The three latest cases are residents of the 78059 Natalia area and 78861 Hondo area.
Editor’s note 4-9-20: Since this article’s publication, Dr. Neel has received confirmation that the patient whom he suspected had COVID-19 has tested positive for it. The article has been edited to reflect as much.
Medina County Texas Doctor Richard Neel announced this week that he is using high doses of Melatonin and Vitamin C to treat two patients for COVID-19 (both confirmed COVID cases), and it’s working.
As of Tuesday, April 7 there had been 18 confirmed COVID-19 cases amongst neighboring rural counties including Medina, Atascosa, Uvalde, and Frio Counties, with none in Bandera County.
Medina County 7 cases Continue reading “18 confirmed cases across 5 rural counties in and around us”
The Devine City Council unanimously voted to amend and extend the current public health emergency declaration during a Special meeting held last Thursday, April 2, and an Emergency meeting held on Tuesday, April 7.
The City of Natalia issued a PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY DECLARATION Continue reading “Natalia declares Public Health Emergency through April 30”
Above: Julyn Bird at the machine sewing masks for healthcare workers who are on the front lines of this pandemic and struggling to find the protective gear they need. The group needs more material and elastic and is asking everyone to search their closets for any extra material you may have at home.
Now more than ever, our small communities play a compelling role in our well being, from our day to day lives to our overall protection. People helping People.
The Devine City Council unanimously voted at an Emergency meeting held at 3:00 pm on Tuesday, April 7, to postpone the upcoming General Election until November 3.
Robert Brown, owner of Brown Dodge-Chrysler-Jeep-Ram in Devine sent the following press release regarding the matter.