COVID-19

CSSI IS COMMITTED TO DOING OUR PART TO HELP KEEP YOU SAFE AND INFORMED

The health and safety of our team, customers, and community is our top priority amid concerns surrounding COVID-19.  We at CSSI, have a mature and robust framework for our employees to work remotely.  We leverage technology, processes, and culture to make sure that we provide the best support possible for our customers.  It is simply business as usual for us.

 Exercise Caution When Opening Emails or Giving Personal Information Over the Phone

Unfortunately, scammers take advantage of unsuspecting victims during times like these. We encourage you to rely on trusted sources for information. Be on alert for scams, such as phishing emails.

 We are adding resources and information daily to help you navigate this ever changing world.

Message from the Governor

The state of Texas is strong; our people, resilient. As we have seen in years past, when tested by fire, flood, or hurricane, Texans respond with resilience and calm resolve. And just as we overcame those challenges, we will overcome this one. When neighbors help neighbors, our resilience is redoubled. I have no doubt that Texans will continue to work together in that spirit over the coming days and weeks. And we are here to help.

  -Governor Greg Abbott

UPDATED: 5/25/2022 - Amanda Fennick

Unvaccinated at risk for COVID-19 as Delta variant, no masks hit a year  after Austin's July 4 surge

Austin and Texas are seeing a COVID-19 uptick heading into Memorial Day weekend 

Texas is seeing a COVID-19 uptick heading into Memorial Day weekend. New cases are increasing and COVID experts say a bump in hospitalizations is likely to follow.

 

Does your child need a COVID booster? Central Texas experts weigh in

Should your child get the COVID-19 booster? Central Texas experts weigh in 

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration this week approved a change to its emergency use authorization for Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine, which means children ages 5 to 11 can now receive booster shots five months after finishing their initial series of vaccinations.

 

Florida County Warns Of Strange-Tasting And Smelling Water As Scarce Liquid  Oxygen Is Diverted To Covid Patients In Hospitals

Williamson County OKs $72.5 million in COVID-19 relief money for water projects 

The list of approved projects includes $14 million for an elevated storage tank and water line construction for Jarrell and $14 million for water line construction from FM 1660 to the Texas 130 tollway for Round Rock and Georgetown.

 

Judge says COVID asylum restrictions must continue on US-Mexico border -  KXLY

COVID asylum restrictions must continue on border 

Pandemic-related restrictions on migrants seeking asylum on the southern border must continue, a judge ruled Friday in an order blocking the Biden administration’s plan to lift them early next week.

 

 

Ken Paxton beats George P. Bush in Texas GOP runoff for attorney general |  The Texas Tribune

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton easily defeats George P. Bush in GOP primary runoff 

Voters cited Paxton’s frequent lawsuits against the Biden administration on immigration and COVID-19 policies, as well as his efforts on hot-button social issues like abortion and LGBTQ rights. 

 Texas Workforce Commission: Midland labor market 'totally recovers from  COVID'Midland labor market ‘totally recovers from COVID’

For the 12 months from April 2021 to April 2022, Midland added 6,800 jobs for a growth rate of 6.8 percent. Growth was led by Mining, Logging and Construction with 3,400 new jobs for a growth rate of 11.6 percent. Leisure and Hospitality grew by 1,400 jobs and Trade, Transportation and Utilities added 1,000 jobs.

 

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Resources For Job Seekers

"The state of Texas is strong; our people, resilient. And while we are battling a colossal challenge—an invisible enemy that has tested our lives and our livelihoods—overcoming challenges is who we are.

And Texas employers are answering the call, with jobs that are available now. Working together, while adhering to safe standards, we will begin to reopen Texas and put Texans back to work.

Our families, our communities and our nation need us to succeed. And we will, because we are Texas strong."

                                                                                                                                                                                                      -Governor Greg Abbott

 

 

Texas Small Business Assistance

 

 

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

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COVID19 Testing Sites

Free COVID-19 testing for all Hoosiers at Optum testing sites

 

 

State Agencies and Councils COVID-19 Pages