Nacogdoches County Emergency Management Office on Wednesday reported three more confirmed cases of the coronavirus and two fatalities, bringing the county’s death toll to 24.
Four new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Nacogdoches County on Tuesday brought the total cases to 298, with an estimated 228 of those having recovered, according to the Nacogdoches County Emergency Office.
Nacogdoches Medical Center officials urged caution and expressed optimism Tuesday as they addressed area officials and business leaders during the county chamber of commerce’s weekly conference call.
The local COVID-19 death toll reached 20 this week as five more fatalities related to long-term care facilities were confirmed by the Department of State Health Services.
A Houston woman is the latest to come forward after discovering that a Nacogdoches physician who was her mother’s fertility doctor is her biological father.
Having to change doctors isn’t usually a weeping matter, but for the nearly 100 patients who lined Russell Boulevard for a retirement send-off Friday afternoon, a trip to Dr. Ted Ledet’s office — even if they were feeling awful — was a visit with an old friend.
Had it not been for the sign pointing to the nearby emergency room entrance, the campus of Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital could have been easily mistaken for a school Thursday afternoon as graduates from high schools, universities and kindergarten lined up for a celebration.
Nacogdoches Medical Center announced plans to loosen the restrictions put in place because of the COVID-19 pandemic Monday, if only slightly, as the hospital attempts to resume some normal operations.