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EVICTION DIVERSION PROGRAM 

Texans may be eligible for rental assistance and other services outside of the eviction process. To find out more about these programs, please visit the Texas Coronavirus Relief Bill Rental Assistance Program website. The Supreme Court of Texas established the Texas Eviction Diversion Program (TEDP) through the Twenty-Seventh Emergency Order Regarding the COVID-19 State of Disaster (which has been renewed through the Twenty-EighthThirty-FirstThirty-Fifth Emergencyand Thirty-Seventh Orders). With funding allocated by Governor Greg Abbott through the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs, the program seeks to reduce the number of evictions by enabling landlords and tenants to agree upon a resolution to non-payment of rent issues.


COVID-19 CASES IN GRIMES COUNTY

AS OF JANUARY 4, 2022

 

Total Confirmed Cases  5,097
Total Active Cases 387
Total Probable Cases 652
Total Recovered Cases 5,253
Total Tested in Grimes Co. 72,453
Total County Deaths 110
Age 5+ Fully Vaccinated 54.28%
Age 65+ Fully Vaccinated 83.40%

 

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