DCHHS Reports 7th Case Of West Nile As City Prepares For Spraying After Positive Mosquito TestDallas County Health and Human Services has reported the 7th human case of West Nile Virus just as spraying has been ordered in three areas of the city after a mosquito sample tested positive for the virus.
'The Enemy Is The Virus Not Greg Abbott' Says Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins While Updating On COVID-19 SpikeDallas health and county officials held a news conference to discuss the current coronavirus pandemic.
Dallas County Reports First West Nile Virus Death This YearThe patient was 90 years old, lived in Dallas and was diagnosed with West Nile Neuroinvasive Disease.
Triumph Over COVID-19 Within Reach, Says Dallas County Health Director"It's certainly still too early to totally declare victory, but we're moving in the right direction," said Dallas County Health and Human Services Director Dr. Phil Huang.
Dallas County's Newest COVID-19 Patients Trending Younger, Says Dallas County Judge"This also tends to be the group that is out and about the most and at most risk of contracting COVID either through their jobs or through social activity," said Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins.
Texas Health Officials Planning Next Steps In COVID Vaccine ProcessThose who operate COVID-19 vaccine hubs in North Texas are starting to notice changes -- demand for the vaccine is starting to drop, and the supply is going up.
Dallas County Says It Needs To Double Number Of COVID-19 Vaccination Site Volunteers“We need about 350 volunteers on a given day,” said Christian Grisales with Dallas County Health and Human Services. “Right now we're getting less than half.”
COVID-19 Death Of Dallas Woman In Her 20s With No Underlying Conditions 'A Grim Reminder' To Take Precautions, Says Judge Clay JenkinsDallas County Health and Human Services reported 500 additional positive cases of COVID-19 in Dallas County on Monday, March 8.
Dallas County Judge And Health Director Say It's 'Still Too Early' To Fully Reopen Texas"We would love to be able to get back to normal, but with all the variables that are out there, we still have a lot more people that need to be vaccinated. It's not the time to relax."
'Our Death Totals Should Begin To Decline' Says Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins On COVID-19Dallas County Health and Human Services reported 614 additional COVID-19 cases and 24 more deaths in Dallas County on Thursday, Feb. 25.
Woman In 30s With No Underlying Health Problems Among 18 New COVID-19 Deaths In Dallas CountyDallas County Health and Human Services reported 412 additional positive cases of COVID-19 in Dallas County on Tuesday.
Community Health Leaders Estimate Much Of Dallas County Will Reach Herd Immunity By SummerExperts say that Dallas County is on track to have 80% of county residents at levels of COVID-19 “herd immunity” by early summer.
COVID-19 Vaccinations At Dallas' Fair Park Cancelled Tuesday; Next Shipment Not In YetWhile DCHHS expects to receive it by late morning or early afternoon, once received, it will need to be thawed for several hours.
Dallas County Reports 40 More COVID-19-Related Deaths, Only 290 New Cases"The new COVID case numbers are artificial due to a lack of reporting and the lack of testing during the extreme winter weather," said Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins.
Dallas Man In 20s With No Underlying Health Conditions One Of 37 New Deaths Reported In CountyDCHHS also reported 1,231 additional positive cases of COVID-19 in Dallas County on Wednesday.