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More vaccines on the way to Texas this week as the state’s COVID-19 situation worsens

Less than a week into the new year, the rate of COVID-19 infections and the number of people hospitalized in Texas for COVID-19 are at record levels, while the 7-day average for new cases and deaths are spiking — but only about a third of the vaccine doses allocated for Texans have been given out, according to state numbers.

Mexia LTC News

This week at Mexia LTC we started the week off with playing hallway checkers on Monday morning. Residents played bingo on Monday afternoon. We were to read Bible study notes sent by Bob Kersten on Tuesday morning on each hall. Residents were to play bean bag toss on Tuesday afternoon. Residents will do in-room activities of choice on Wednesday morning. Residents will play bingo that afternoon. Residents will enjoy manicures on Thursday morning and play ring toss that afternoon. Residents will enjoy manicures on Friday morning and play bingo that afternoon. Residents will enjoy church services either online or on TV on Sunday evening.

End-of-year flooding
End-of-year flooding

End-of-year flooding

ABOVE: A Mexia police officer monitors the railroad underpass on Ross at Highway 14. Rain fell most of Wednesday night and continued Thursday morning. According to, pafrts of the county received 7-9 inches of rain in 24 hours, Dec. 30-31.


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