Residential properties are "one bright spot" highlighted Thursday during the Longview Chamber of Commerce's first State of the Economy Summit.
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Residents who enter the Gregg County Courthouse will continue to be required to wear a face mask, while those who enter Longview City Hall will be encouraged — but not required — to do the same.
Beginning March 10, Longview and Gregg County residents can choose whether to continue wearing face masks after a state mandate is lifted.
Restrictions on some businesses were eased Friday in the Longview and Tyler region as COVID-19 hospitalizations remained under 15% for a seventh straight day.
After a "seamless" 20-minute process Saturday, Longview residents James and Sharon Bolls felt relief that they are being protected against the coronavirus, which has plagued the country and Gregg County for almost a year.
Gregg County commissioners voted Thursday to help fund a sustainable COVID-19 vaccine program for the region, paving the way for vaccinations to begin Saturday in Longview.
Christus Good Shepherd Health System, Gregg County and the City of Longview are creating a "sustainable vaccine program" after the health care system on Monday announced it has been named a COVID-19 vaccine hub by the state.
A third COVID-19 vaccine hub was announced in East Texas on Monday with the addition of the Christus Good Shepherd Health System.
The number of Gregg County Jail inmates with COVID-19 has steadily grown this month, with County Judge Bill Stoudt attributing the increased infections in the facility to internal spread as well as from new inmates or even staff members.
COVID-19 hospitalizations in East Texas dipped below a threshold Thursday that would have rolled back coronavirus-related restrictions, but Gregg County Judge Bill Stoudt says it may be a matter of when, and not if, the region crosses that barrier.