Coronavirus Hospitalizations Increase In North Texas As Fatigue Sets In For Some Healthcare WorkersPresident and CEO of the DFW Hospital Council Stephen Love said right now, there are about 1,700 coronavirus patients in North Texas hospitals.
Texas Nursing Homes Still Don't Have Enough PPE To Keep Residents Safe From CoronavirusA new report from the consumer advocate group, TexPIRG, said since June, the shortages “have actually become much worse.”
Dallas ISD Back-To-School Plan Faces Major Test MondayIn order to accommodate the roughly 90,000 students expected to return for face-to -face instruction, high schools will have a hybrid learning model.
DeSoto School District Getting PPE Donation After Devastating Warehouse Fire Last MonthThe DeSoto Independent School District is getting a welcomed donation after a fire destroyed an estimated $85,000 worth of personal protective equipment.
United Way Of Tarrant County Offering Free PPE To Nonprofits, ChurchesA new program at the United Way of Tarrant County is offering free personal protective equipment to nonprofit organizations and the faith community.
Warehouse Fire Destroys DeSoto ISD's Personal Protective Equipment, Donations NeededDeSoto ISD is asking for donations from the community after most of their Personal Protective Equipment went up in flames.
Adjustments Made After Too Many Rockwall ISD Families Choose In-Person Learning For Their KidsThe families of 68% of Rockwall ISD students have chosen to have them go back to the classroom. That's too many to meet social distancing guidelines.
Man Wanted For Burglarizing Storage Building For Dallas Coronavirus Testing SiteThe items stolen include two air condition units, personal protective equipment and a computer.
4 Juveniles, 3 Staff Test Positive For COVID-19 In Detention FacilityCollin County’s Juvenile Probation department received notice that four juveniles and three of its detention officers have tested positive for COVID-19 in recent days.
Dallas To Receive $845K Federal Grant For Personal Protective Equipment For FirefightersThe City of Dallas has been awarded a federal grant of more than $845,000 to strengthen operations and safety for Dallas Fire Rescue in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
As Nursing Homes Account For 40% Of Coronavirus Deaths, Victims' Families Blame Lack Of PPEWhen FEMA sent 15,000 nursing homes PPE earlier this month, staff at some of them said the supplies were ‘unusable’.
Nursing Homes Receive 'Unusable' Gowns, Gloves And Masks From FEMAFEMA promised to provide two weeks’ worth of gowns, gloves, surgical masks and eye protection for 15,000 nursing homes across the county.
Hit With Added Safety Costs During Pandemic, Some Businesses Charging Clients MoreNail salons, dental offices and auto mechanics are starting to add surcharges, covering everything from cleaning expenses to personal protective equipment.
Wipes, Masks And Gloves Among PPE Equipment Clogging Sewers, Storm Drains Across The U.S.Officials in cities and rural communities across the country are issuing pleas to be careful what you flush -- as wastewater plant operators report a surge of clogged pipes and damaged equipment caused by face masks, gloves and wipes.
Texas Nurse Who Volunteered To Work In New York City Gets Married In Times SquareA Texas nurse had a wedding to remember after leaving the Lone Star State to go to New York City to help on the front lines of the coronavirus battle.