Mask Mandate Is Officially Lifted In Texas, But Many Locations Still Require You To CoverupTexans are no longer under a statewide mandate to wear face coverings in public, but residents shouldn't be too quick to throw out their masks.
The Pandemic Is Getting Worse. What Happens Next Is Up To YouWhen it comes to the coronavirus pandemic in America, the first two weeks of 2021 were abysmal.
What You Should Know About the New, More Infectious Mutant COVID-19 StrainThe new mutation of COVD-19 detected this week in Colorado and California, after first being discovered in the United Kingdom, isn’t making people any sicker. But, it does appear to spread more quickly and more easily.
Leaders In Austin Put Limits On Dine-In & Drink Service At Restaurants, Bars For New Year'sSome drastic moves happening in the capital city of Texas where a critical situation of rising COVID-19 hospitalizations and new cases had lead officials to put new limits on dine-in and drink service at restaurants and bars.
Doctors, Healthcare Workers Concerned About COVID-19 And New Year's CelebrationsHealth experts are urging people to celebrate the New Year at home, as hospitals report a record breaking number of COVID-19 patients.
It's A COVID-19 Pandemic Record -- Most Passengers Onboard Airplanes Since MarchNew numbers released by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) show that December 27 was the busiest day in the airline industry since March -- with nearly 1.3 million travelers.
North Texas Offering Party Options As CDC Says New Year's Celebrations Should Happen At HomeNorth Texas hotels and restaurants are preparing to host New Year’s Eve celebrations, despite public health warnings about the spread of COVID-19.
US Seeing 'Historical Record Low' Number Of Flu CasesThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported only 40 positive flu cases for the week ending December 5 in the entire country.
Holiday Shopping Picks Up As COVID-19 Spreads In North Texas“A mask, avoid crowds and keep your distance,” according to Dr. Philip Huang, Dallas County Health and Human Services Director, who oversees the public health agency in Dallas.
Usual 'Hands On' Approach Not Possible As Dallas Performing Arts School Adjusts During COVID-19 Pandemic“We are usually all together and close, kind of on top of each other, and now we have to be six feet apart,” Booker T. Washington High senior Kennedy Hannible said.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler Issues Apology After Telling Residents To Stay Home To Stop COVID-19 Spread As He Left For Mexican VacationThe backlash continues after Austin Mayor Steve Adler hosted a wedding in early November, then hopped on a plane bound for Cabo San Lucas -- all this after warning Austinites about an impending COVID-19 surge and urging them to stay home.
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.
Tarrant County Sends Out Blast Urging Citizens To Stay Home During Rapid Rise In COVID-19 Cases"For the upcoming holiday season, do not attend gatherings other than with our immediate household members," the message said.
North Texas City And Citizens Trying To Boost Small Businesses During Christmas Shopping Season"You see a lot of businesses that have gone under and a lot of businesses are struggling,” Colleyville resident Danielle Cooper said.
Denton County Reports Record Daily High For Coronavirus Cases, HospitalizationsDenton County Public Health announced 294 new cases of COVID-19 in Denton County on Wednesday, Nov. 11, of which 176 are active cases.