Mayor Sylvester Turner recommends a two-week shut down to re-calibrate

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HOUSTON, Texas – While talking with reporters on Saturday, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said we should consider shutting down the city for two weeks to re-calibrate and help flatten the curve of COVID-19. This comes as Houston has seen a sharp rise in cases the last few weeks causing overcrowding at area hospitals.



Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo also agrees with the two-week shutdown to help eliminate the uptick in cases and flatten the curve in the area.

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