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1.Austin-Travis County moves into Stage 5 COVID-19 risk level

Austin Public Health announced today that the city and county have moved into Stage 5 – the highest level of local pandemic restrictions – of Austin-Travis County’s COVID-19 Risk-Based …

2.Austin-Travis County moves into Stage 5 COVID-19 risk level

Austin and Travis County have moved into stage 5 restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, officials announced at a news conference Wednesday. At this level, residents are urged to stay home and businesses are asked to operate only through curbside and delivery.

3.Austin-Travis County moves into Stage 5 COVID-19 risk level

Dr. Mark Escott, interim Austin-Travis County health authority, said if coronavirus transmission continues as it is currently, he could recommend the area move into Stage 5 of Austin Public Health …

4.Austin-Travis County moves into Stage 5 COVID-19 risk level

Each stage is in response to the risk of spread of COVID-19. Austin-Travis County will reach Stage 5 once the 7-day average of new coronavirus hospitalizations hits 70.

5.Austin-Travis County moves into Stage 5 COVID-19 risk level

Travis County health officials announced Dec. 23 a move to Stage 5 under Austin Public Health’s COVID-19 risk guidelines. (Jack Flagler/Community Impact Newspaper) Now is the chance to help your local community succeed. Become a Patron by contributing to Community Impact Newspaper and gain daily insight into what’s happening in your own backyard.

6.Austin-Travis County moves into Stage 5 COVID-19 risk level

AUSTIN, Texas — Austin may move into Stage 5 of the risk-based guidelines outlined by the city’s health leaders if new coronavirus cases don’t slow down, the top doctor said in a briefing two weeks…

7.Austin-Travis County moves into Stage 5 COVID-19 risk level

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Dr. Mark Escott, the Austin Public Health interim health authority, said Austin-Travis County is now in the Stage 4 level of COVID-19 risk due to a lack of medical workers …

8.Austin-Travis County moves into Stage 5 COVID-19 risk level

Austin, Texas – 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 indicators for stage changes, including the 7-day moving average of hospitalizations, number of patients in the ICU, ventilator usage, positivity rate, and the 7-day moving average of cases, are all trending upward.

9.Austin-Travis County moves into Stage 5 COVID-19 risk level

Austin-Travis County is currently in Stage 4 Austin Public Health (APH) has published a color-coded chart to help residents of Austin-Travis County understand the stages of risk and provide recommendations on what people should do to stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

10.Austin-Travis County moves into Stage 5 COVID-19 risk level

AUSTIN (KXAN) — The City of Austin and Travis County are now in Stage 3 of its risk-based guidelines to stop the spread of COVID-19. The move is due to lower positivity rates and cases, Austin …

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1.Amidst COVID-19 Surge, Austin-Travis County Moves to Stage 5 Restrictions

Austin Public Health announced today that the city and county have moved into Stage 5 – the highest level of local pandemic restrictions – of Austin-Travis County’s COVID-19 Risk-Based Guidelines. Local officials are urging all residents regardless of their risk level to avoid non-household gatherings,

Published Date: 2020-12-23T17:23:00.0000000Z

2.Austin-Travis County moves to Stage 5 of coronavirus threat, tightest restrictions urged

Local health officials announced Wednesday that the Austin-Travis County area is now in Stage 5 of Austin Public Health’s risk-based guidelines … recommend local leaders move the Austin-Travis County area into the highest level of pandemic restrictions …

Published Date: 2020-12-23T16:15:13.0000000Z

3.Austin-Travis County area on verge of Stage 5 coronavirus restrictions

Travis County is on the verge of tighter health restrictions after health officials reported four new deaths, and 415 new coronavirus cases.

Published Date: 2020-12-21T16:26:00.0000000Z

4.If new COVID-19 cases don’t slow, Austin may soon move to Stage 5 with city curfew possible

AUSTIN, Texas — Austin may move into Stage 5 of the risk-based guidelines outlined … The seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases in Austin-Travis County is up 131% from one month ago.

Published Date: 2020-12-12T06:11:00.0000000Z

5.Austin, Travis County extend COVID-19 orders, rules through Feb. 16

AUSTIN (KXAN) — As the area approaches possible Stage 5 restrictions, the City of Austin and Travis County are extending the area … of Texas projections show we could move into Stage 5 of COVID-19 risk-based guidelines by next week.

Published Date: 2020-12-16T15:12:00.0000000Z

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1  Austin-Travis County now in Stage 4 of COVID-19 risk level
Dr. Mark Escott said Austin-Travis County is now in the Stage 4 level of COVID-19 risk due to a lack of medical workers available to staff intensive care units, along with rising cases and positivity rates.
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Wikipedia based search results

1.Circuit of the Americas

of undeveloped land in southeastern Travis County. The majority of the site had been planned to be developed into a residential subdivision called "Wandering…

2.U.S. state and local government responses to the COVID-19 pandemic

March 25. Travis and Williamson counties issued stay-at-home orders effective March 24 through April 13. Austin extended the Travis County order to the…

3.Elon Musk

for his views on artificial intelligence, public transportation, and the COVID19 pandemic. Elon Reeve Musk was born on June 28, 1971, in Pretoria, Transvaal…

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