CVHP News: June 17, 2020. Angelo State searching for WWII, Korean War Veterans, latest COVID-19 numbers, Ports to Plains update

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As of June 16, 2020, there are 174 positive cases of COVID-19 in Tom Green County. According to the City of San Angelo, 45 of those cases are active and being monitored and one person is being hospitalized. For comparison, on June 1, 2020, the number of positive cases was 106 and 19 of those cases were active.

San Angelo Mayor Brenda Gunter released a statement about the current status and spike in cases.

Health Authority Dr. James Vretis weighed in on what he thinks we’ll see in the near future.

The Ports to Plains project has reached another phase.

Angelo state is looking for WWII veterans, Korean War veterans, and their families. 

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