Partially and unvaccinated individuals have a responsibility to continue wearing a mask
Updates include guidance for those who are fully vaccinated
A district judge denied a request for a temporary block of the mask mandates in Austin and Travis County sought by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.
Austin Public Health urges the public to continue taking the precautions that have helped our community.
Not all gay people enjoy big cities, but pop culture has little to say about rural LGBTQ life.
The change, which comes as the seven-day average of new coronavirus deaths remains above 200, will go into effect March 10.
The federal health insurance exchange, HealthCare.gov, has reopened until May 15 for new sign-ups and for those who want to switch to a different health plan...
On Sunday, January 10, 2021, the Governor of Texas announced additional COVID-19-related occupancy requirements and restrictions due to worsening conditions in our region. Under Governor’s Order...
As of Nov. 19, Austin-Travis County is moving out of Stage 3 and into Stage 4 based on Austin Public Health’s (APH) Risk-Based Guidelines. The key...
Funds will be distributed through a randomized application selection process to residents impacted by COVID-19.
The order comes as coronavirus cases continue to surge in the state.
The moves, announced Friday morning, represent Abbott's most dramatic action yet in response a surge in cases after he allowed businesses to reopen in the state.