The Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation said Dallas County reached ‘herd immunity’ just in time for Independence Day. But how will the emergence of new variants impact that progress?Read more
From April to the end of May, the Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation’s COVID-19 Vulnerability Index recorded a 40% drop in average vulnerability.Read more
While “herd immunity” remains elusive in the U.S. and North Texas as a whole, 12 Dallas County ZIP codes have reached the 80% threshold, including 75225 in University Park.Read more
A continued slowing vaccination rate recently pushed the Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation (PCCI) to push back its forecast for when Dallas County could reach herd immunity to late July.Read more
A Park Cities ZIP code is among 12 in Dallas County that the Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation (PCCI) said this week had already reached the 80% herd immunity threshold.Read more
COVID-19 vaccinations progress but Texas has fallen behind on vaccinations, causing herd immunity forecasts to be pushed back. Here is a mix of the COVID-19 related news that happened this week.Read more
March 10 marks a year since Dallas County reported its first case of what eventually became known as COVID-19. During the ensuing months, much has been discussed about herd immunity.Read more
As residents and businesses continue to assess the damages wrought by last week’s winter storm, potentially good news arrives about the pandemic. These are today’s bullet points.Read more
Thanks to the pandemic, many of us have upgraded our internal glossaries to include a whole raft of new words and phrases — herd immunity, lagging indicator, novel (when we’re not talking about books), and mRNA, for instance.Read more
COVID vaccinations for younger children could bring holidays closer to normal.
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While the issue of mask mandates winds its way through the courts, parents and students are gearing up to return to school in a year that is so far promising to be just as turbulent as the last two years. How do you prepare for that?
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