6 Months Into Pandemic, Dallas Doctor Recaps What We've Learned About COVID-19If it feels like the calendar is yet another trick of 2020, you’re not alone. Six months have passed since COVID-19 turned everyone's lives upside down.
Texas Making Plans To Distribute Coronavirus VaccineA Department of State Health Services spokesperson said the agency is working with the Centers for Disease Control, which has warned a vaccine could be available soon.
Dallas County Leaders Warn Protesters Pandemic Not Over"It’s not lost on me as I’m up here talking about the risk of COVID, the risk that a lot of them are taking," Judge Clay Jenkins said.
UT Southwestern Study Suggests Massive Spike In Coronavirus Cases If Social Distancing RelaxedThe study suggests Dallas Country could see 800 new cases a day by late June if society returns to normal.
Coronavirus In Texas: As State Gets Back To Business Soon 'We Need To Have Healthy Respect For This Virus'Area health experts say this is not the time to let our guards down regarding COVID-19.
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins Says Coronavirus-Related Restrictions Likely To Last MonthsDallas County leaders updated the public on their response to COVID-19.
Doctor Apologizes For Comments On Pay Gap Between Male And Female PhysiciansA North Texas doctor entered a firestorm of backlash for his comments over the pay gap between male and female physicians.
Medicare Plan Reduces Paperwork Burden, But Some Doctors Worry Plan Will Cost ThemThe public has until September 10 to give input to the federal government about the proposed Medicare changes.
Non-Emergency Visits Costing North Texas Taxpayers MillionsA Consumer Justice investigation found millions of taxpayer dollars paying for Medicaid patients to use the emergency room for non-emergency medical attention.
Meningitis Outbreak Highlights Need For Compounding Pharmacy OversightMore than 400 people have been sickened by contaminated steroid shots distributed by the compounding pharmacy, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Thirty deaths have been reported.