Hospital Group: Some Rural Texas Hospitals Have Yet To Receive A Single COVID-19 Vaccine DoseThere's been a lot of buzz about mega COVID-19 vaccination hubs opening in Texas' biggest cities, but as that happens some frontline health care workers in the state remain unprotected.
Seeking COVID-19 Vaccine? Texas Hospitals Offer TipsFirst, they recommend going online and check your doctor, local hospital, local pharmacy or local health department’s website and/or social media for vaccine availability information.
FDA Panel Recommends Use Of Moderna COVID-19 VaccineA second coronavirus vaccine is one step closer to the arms of Americans. An advisory panel has voted to recommend the FDA authorize Moderna's vaccine for emergency use.
Texas Urgent Care Centers, Pharmacies, Medical Practices Anxious For Access To Moderna COVID-19 VaccineNext week, Texas will receive nearly triple the number of vaccine doses than it did this week, if the FDA grants emergency use authorization to Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine as expected.
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.
Pace Of COVID-19 Vaccinations Expected To Pick Up Quickly In North Texas After First 'Emotional And Exciting Day'“It’s an emotional and exciting day. We’ve been dealing with this since March taking care of the sickest patients here,” said Dr. Zachary Dreyfuss, an ICU physician.
First COVID-19 Vaccine Shots Bring Hope And Some Worry“It’s certainly a concern that as people think there’s a vaccine available, they may not wear the protective equipment such as a mask,” said Melissa Winans, Chief Nursing Officer for Texas Health Denton Presbyterian Hospital.
North Texas Hospitals Preparing To Receive COVID-19 VaccineWith Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine frozen, packed and now approved for emergency use, the planning at North Texas hospitals to receive it has been both a marathon and a sprint.
'Not Feeling My Best': Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller Tests Positive For CoronavirusTexas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller announced Wednesday night, Dec. 9, he has tested positive for COVID-19 and will be quarantining at his ranch.
Tarrant County Wants Teachers Among First To Get COVID-19 Vaccine“Keeping educators healthy keeps our kids in school and our economy going,” the letter to Gov. Greg Abbott reads in part.
Texas Sends Thousands Of Doctors, Nurses To Hospitals Across State Swelling With Coronavirus Patients"That's a critical need in Texas right now. We're seeing hospitals in various parts of the state, starting to see more and more COVID patients again."
20 North Texas Hospitals Set To Receive First Shipment Of COVID-19 Vaccine In Little More Than 1 WeekParkland, UT Southwestern, Methodist Dallas and Texas Health Harris are set to get the largest deliveries with 5,850 doses each.
North Texas Leaders Make Final Plea To Significantly Limit Thanksgiving Gatherings“So if we throw a whole lot more tinder on this fire, we are definitely going to shoot up even faster and even more,” said Dr. Joseph Chang, Chief Medical Officer at Parkland Hospital.
Texas Sets New Daily Record For Coronavirus Cases With 14,648The Texas Department of State Health Services on Wednesday also announced 200 new deaths and 8,585 virus hospitalizations.
Dire Warning From Dallas Hospital CEO: Coronavirus Second Surge Exhausting StaffFrustrated. Worried. And just about worn out. Those on the front lines of the Covid pandemic making urgent pleas for the community to take precautions.