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COVID-19 update from Fort Bend County Health & Human Services – 3/9/2020

Fort Bend County Health & Human Services reported 3 additional travel-related cases of COVID-19 on Sunday. One traveler was not part of the group involved in the other Houston-area cases but was on the same cruise in Egypt at a later date. You can read Fort Bend County Health & Human Services’ latest news release here: https://bit.ly/39xs3PS

For accurate information and updates, please follow Fort Bend County Health & Human Services (https://www.fbchealth.org/ncov/). The public may also visit the state health department’s COVID-19 website (https://dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/) and the Centers for Disease Control (https://www.cdc.gov/).

Remember to cover your mouth and your nose when coughing and sneezing and make sure to wash your hands on a regular basis. Also, if you’re sick with flu-like symptoms, especially if you are running a fever, please stay home and call your primary care provider.

Please note: Communications from FCCSA should be secondary to the messages passed from government officials via local TV, radio and emergency management websites.

Important Emergency Numbers/Information

Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management

The Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management (OEM) plans and prepares for emergencies, educates the public about preparedness, coordinates emergency response and recovery, and collects and disseminates emergency information.

Levee Improvement District

Two levee improvement districts (LIDs) protect FCCSA residents. It is very important that you know within which LID your home is located.

FCCSA Subdivisions by LID