The Texas Department of State Health Services in a letter Friday urged vaccine providers to order additional shots as needed.Read more
Fire up your browsers — starting next Monday, all adults in Texas will be eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine, the Texas Department of State Health Services said Tuesday.Read more
As local officials begin to get a clearer look at COVID-19 data after last week’s winter storm, the county begins a partnership with feds to vaccinate underserved communities from 17 priority ZIP codes, and winter storm response continues, here’s what you need to know today.Read more
As winter weather impacts COVID-19 vaccine appointments and local officials continue to monitor the state of the pandemic, here’s what you need to know today.Read more
As we mentioned in Friday’s digest, state and local officials are trying to prioritize distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine to make sure that front-line workers and people most vulnerable to complications are vaccinated first.Read more
Dallas County Health and Human Services Director Dr. Phil Huang told the Dallas Morning News Monday that nearly 50,000 signed up on a new website that allows Dallas County residents to register for COVID-19 vaccines.Read more
As the first doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine are distributed in North Texas and local experts continue to urge public health measures like masking and social distancing until vaccines are more widely available, here’s what you need to know today.Read more
The City of Dallas Department of Aviation and MCI Diagnostic Center have partnered to bring a COVID-19 testing and vaccine site to Dallas Love Field.Read more
Dallas County reported 351 new positive cases as of March 11. There are 229 confirmed cases and 122 probable cases.Read more
A recent study published concluded children may play a larger role than originally thought in transmitting COVID-19.
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Dallas ISD announced Thursday it will partner with several organizations to provide a series of vaccine clinics at various elementary schools later this month.
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