Texas To Receive More Than 400,000 First Doses Of COVID-19 VaccineThe state of Texas will receive 401,750 first doses of COVID-19 vaccine from the federal government for the week of Feb. 8.
New Coronavirus Variant Could Be Dominant Strain By March, CDC SaysIt is known to be 50% more transmissible than the current variant. New data found that contagious variant is already in 10 states, including Texas.
As Vaccines Roll Out, Clinical Trial In Fort Worth For Another COVID-19 Vaccine Struggles To Get VolunteersA Fort Worth clinical research firm is enrolling participants in phase three trials for a COVID-19 vaccine from Novavax, but they're having a hard time getting people to sign up.
2nd COVID-19 Vaccine Could Be Approved By End Of WeekThe first Pfizer vaccine shipments arrived this week at North Texas hospitals. The state expects to receive even more in the coming weeks.
First Over-The-Counter At-Home COVID-19 Test About To Hit Stores Called 'Game Changer'You can find out if you’re positive or negative for the virus within 20 minutes, without having to send your sample to a lab.
North Texas COVID-19 Patient Calls Therapeutic He Took 'Kind Of A Miracle Drug'Randy Isenberg said hours after getting the infusion, he felt like a new person. "It means that your fever's gone. The muscle aches, the fatigue."
North Texas Facilities Prepare To Receive, Start Administering Pfizer COVID-19 VaccineMethodist Dallas Medical Center will be among the first four sites in Texas to get the COVID-19 vaccine on Monday, December 14.
FDA Working "Rapidly" To Grant Emergency Use Of Pfizer's COVID-19 VaccineThe U.S. Food and and Drug Administration said Friday it will work quickly to authorize Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use after an advisory panel voted in favor of it.
Recall Issued After Depression, Erectile Dysfunction Drugs 'Inadvertently Packaged Together'A "product mix-up" between two separate drugs used to treat depression and erectile dysfunction has led to a recall by pharmaceutical distributor AvKare.
Despite Urgency And Pressure, FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn Says 'Corners Cannot Be Cut' In Authorizing COVID-19 Vaccine“We look at the data ourselves and we number crunch the data ourselves, so we’ll drawl own conclusions from the data.” FDA Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn told CBS 11.
Governor Abbott: Texas COVID-19 Vaccine Plan Ready For Possible December ActivationTexas Governor Greg Abbott and the Texas Department of State Health Services [DSHS] released "guiding principles" on Monday, November 23 regarding how the state will distribute a COVID-19 vaccine once available. Texas officials said COVID-19 vaccines could be expected as early as December.
Texas Among States Preparing To Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines -- When They're ReadyThe Texas Department of State Health Services says more than 3,000 providers have signed up to receive and administer COVID vaccines.
FDA Approves At-Home Rapid Coronavirus Test For Emergency UseU.S. regulators are now allowing emergency use of the first rapid coronavirus test that can be performed entirely at home.
Remdesivir 1st FDA-Approved Treatment For COVID-19The antiviral was approved for use in emergency situations back in the spring, but doctors tell CBS 11 this new move will help them get the treatment to patients faster.
Fresh Cut Fruit Sold At Texas Walmart & RaceTrac Locations Recalled For Possible Listeria ContaminationSome containers of Country Fresh fruit sold at retailers in Texas and eight other states is being voluntarily recalled due to a risk of listeria contamination.