Art Howe released from hospital after battling CoVid19
HOUSTON – Great news to pass along regarding the health of former Astros Manager and player Art Howe, After battling the Coronavirus for the past two weeks Howe has been released from the hospital. Howe first started feeling symptoms two weeks ago on a Sunday and by that Tuesday he had tested positive for the Coronavirus. He went into quartantine but the symptoms continued and this past week he was admitted to a local hospital and spent a few days in ICU for treatment. “I am still having problems with my taste buds but hopefully that will improve,” said Howe. Now for Howe it is time to continue to recover and get as much rest as possible in the days ahead."
Former Astros manager Art Howe released from the hospital after battling COVID-19
HOUSTON After battling the coronavirus for the past two weeks, former Astros manager and player Art Howe was released from the hospital. Things like fever and oxygen levels," Howe told KPRC 2 Sunday afternoon after his release. Howe first started experiencing symptoms two weeks ago, and then he tested positive for the coronavirus. He went into quarantine but the symptoms worsened. This week, he was admitted to a local hospital and spent a few days in ICU for treatment.
6 things for Houstonians to know for Friday, May 15
Published: May 15, 2020, 9:01 am Updated: May 15, 2020, 11:42 amHere are things you need to know for Friday, May 15:1. Flash flood watch issued for Houston area until Saturday eveningPeriods of heavy rain are expected across the Houston area this weekend. The National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch for much of Southeast Texas from late Friday night until Saturday evening. 3 things to shareWORD OF THE DAYOdeum [oh-dee-uh m] (noun) 1. a hall, theater, or other structure for musical or dramatic performances; 2. THIS DAY IN HISTORYMay 15, 1937: Madeleine Albright, Americas first female secretary of state, is born Maria Jana Korbelova in Prague, Czechoslovakia (now the Czech Republic).