'Constantly Pressured', Texas Nurse Michelle Fuentes Says Refusal Of COVID Vaccine Led To TerminationTexas nurse Michelle Fuentes told KRIV-TV that she was terminated after working ten years at Houston Methodist hospital for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine.
City of Dallas Re-Launches In-Home COVID-19 Vaccinations, Opting For Moderna Instead of Johnson & JohnsonWhile the two-shot Moderna vaccine poses logistical challenges, they city said it's "committed to vaccinate our most vulnerable population as quickly and safely as possible."
FEMA-Supported Community Vaccine Clinic Distributes Close To 5K Doses In A DayThe first day the FEMA-supported community vaccine clinic in Arlington opened at AT&T Stadium it set a new high mark, distributing nearly 5,000 doses in a day.
More Than One-Third Of Texans Have Received Virus VaccineThe CDC reported 34.5% of the state's residents, more than 114 million, have been given one vaccination and 20.5%, more than 68 million, have been fully vaccinated.
COVID Shot And A Beer Anyone? What's On Tap Event In North Richland Hills Offered BothAnyone up for a COVID shot and a beer? What's On Tap in North Richland Hills offered up just that on Wednesday night.
Texas Gov. Abbott Bans State Agencies From Requiring Vaccine PassportsOn April 6, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order prohibiting state agencies or political subdivisions from creating COVID-19 passports.
CDC: Nearly 29% Of All Texans Have Had At Least One Coronavirus Vaccine DoseOfficials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say nearly 29% of the population in Texas has received at least one dose of the vaccination for COVID-19.
'A Little More Freedom,' Local Teens Pumped About Getting Their COVID VaccineWhen twins Sohani and Saveer Rannani turned 16 in February, it wasn’t their driver’s license they wanted. Their ticket to freedom was the vaccine.
Fort Worth's Stop Six Neighborhood Gets Permanent COVID Vaccination SiteThe Stop Six neighborhood in Fort Worth now has a permanent COVID vaccination site. Tuesday was opening day, and the goal was simple—get shots in arms.
Texas Is Opening Coronavirus Vaccinations To All Adults On March 29Until now it has been limited to designated groups, but on March 23 the Texas Department of State Health Services announced that the COVID-19 vaccine will open to all adult Texans in one week.
George W. Bush Joins Former Presidents Carter, Clinton And Obama Urging Americans To Get VaccinatedFormer Presidents George W. Bush, Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama and their respective former first ladies are part of a newly released ad campaign urging Americans to get the coronavirus vaccine.
CDC Issues First Set of Guidelines On How Fully Vaccinated People Can Visit Safely with OthersThe new guidance represents a first step toward returning to everyday activities in our communities.
He Lived Through The Spanish Flu, Now 104-Year-Old Walter Kyle 'Glad' To Get COVID VaccineWalter Kyle was almost two years old when the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic killed at least 50 million people worldwide.
Dallas And Tarrant County Waiting For Delivery Of Johnson & Johnson COVID VaccineA shipment of the Johnson and Johnson COVID vaccine is on the way to North Texas. In all, Dallas and Tarrant County are each expected to each get 6,000 doses of the vaccine.
Dallas County Reports 751 New Positive COVID-19 And 42 Deaths Including A Dallas ISD TeacherDallas County Health and Human Services is reporting 751 additional positive cases of COVID-19 in Dallas County, 668 confirmed cases and 83 probable cases.