El Paso opposes curfew as COVID-19 hospital cases jump 300 percent


An El Paso, Texas, judge imposed curfew on Sunday night in both the county and city as hospital and ICU beds rose 300 percent in the past month after COVID-19 patients reached 100 percent capacity. Judge Ricardo Samaniago issued the curfew, which would be upheld by law enforcement agencies between 10 a.m. and 5 a.m. for the next two weeks. NBC affiliate KTSM 9. Sanamiego said that anyone traveling outside their home for the next two weeks would not be considered a required worker. . Officials on Sunday announced the El Paso Convention Center to send federal health workers to assist in the coming week, along with the Department of Health and Human Services at a temporary hospital to deal with the surge of COVID-19 patients Will be changed

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