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CORONAVIRUS BY THE NUMBERS: Ector County 22, Midland County 22
Here are the numbers of confirmed coronavirus cases in our local counties.[read more]

Andrews Porter's employee tests positive for coronavirus
Porter's announced on social media on Friday that one of their employees tested positive for coronavirus.[read more]

Some negative patients may have coronavirus, treated like positive cases
CBS7 received several calls from hospital staff members who expressed concern that these patients may indeed have the virus and could pose a threat. Hospital leaders explain how they handle these odd cases.[read more]

Midland-based ProPetro lays off 388 workers
Midland-based ProPetro announced this week it's laying of more than 380 workers at its facility on FM307, according to RIGZONE.com.[read more]

FBI shares COVID-19 scams to look out for
While people try to make the best of things during the COVID-19 crisis, scammers are taking advantage. CBS7 spoke with the FBI about how you can keep yourself safe.[read more]

Feds recommend Americans wear face masks; NY governor says he’ll seize ventilators
With coronavirus deaths climbing rapidly in New York, the governor announced Friday he will use his authority to take ventilators and protective gear from private hospitals and companies that aren’t using them, complaining that states are competing against each other for vital equipment in eBay-l...[read more]

Seven new coronavirus cases confirmed in Ector County on Friday, total count at 22
Seven new coronavirus cases were confirmed in Ector County on Friday.[read more]

Three new coronavirus cases confirmed in Midland, total count now at 22
Midland announced that three new coronavirus cases were confirmed on Friday afternoon, bringing the city's total count to 22.[read more]

Hobby Lobby closes all store locations
Employees are being encouraged to file unemployment claims with their state unemployment commissions.[read more]

Walmart to limit customers in stores to reduce risk of spreading coronavirus
Retail giant Walmart is the latest to announce new restrictions inside its stores to help promote social distancing and limit the spread of the coronavirus.[read more]