City of Lubbock Reduces Number of Locations Exposed to the Coronavirus
The list of locations in Lubbock that were exposed to the novel coronavirus this month has shrunk.
City of Lubbock Releases Declaration of Disaster, Clarifies ‘Nonessential Business’ Closin…
The City of Lubbock has further clarified its closure of nonessential businesses with a FAQ sheet as part of Monday's disaster declarations - the city's fourth.
Low Risk, Medium Risk & High Risk Exposure to COVID-19: What’s the Difference?
The City of Lubbock has highlighted the difference between low risk, moderate risk & high risk coronavirus exposure, and what to do if you've been exposed.
5 Places in Lubbock That Were Exposed to the Coronavirus
An updated list of places in Lubbock believed to be exposed to the coronavirus.
City of Lubbock Identifies 5 More Places Where People Could Have Been Exposed to COVID-19
The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, in Lubbock has grown.
Kohl’s in Lubbock Is Closed Until At Least April 1st
Kohl's has closed all its stores across the U.S. amid growing concerns about the spread of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus.
Peoples Bank Closing Bank Lobbies Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Drive-Thru Lanes Remain Open
Peoples Bank Texas is limiting access to branch location lobbies across West Texas to help minimize the spread of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus.
Lubbock Moving Company Thinks Outside the Box With Facebook Post
Hart Moving & Storage is the latest Lubbock business to think outside the box (no pun intended) during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Lubbock ISD Superintendent Kathy Rollo Outlines Remote Learning, Food Services for Student…
Lubbock ISD Superintendent Kathy Rollo issued a statement to families late Thursday afternoon after Governor Greg Abbott closed schools until April 3rd.
Lubbock Pastor: I Have Tested Positive for the Coronavirus
Someone who tested positive for COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, in Lubbock is now speaking out about the disease and his prognosis.
Rosa’s Cafe Issues Statement After Lubbock Restaurant Potentially Exposed to COVID-19
Rosa's Cafe has reacted to news that a Texas Tech University student who tested positive for COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, visited the restaurant at 4407 4th Street.
City of Lubbock Reveals 2 Locations Where Coronavirus-Infected Person Visited
The City of Lubbock is urging anyone who visited two specific locations at certain times to contact the City of Lubbock Health Department immediately.