As New Coronavirus Cases Drop In Texas, Doctors Urge Residents To Get Flu Shot This FallThe precautions people are taking to prevent getting COVID-19 could also decrease the number of flu cases this fall.
Health Officials Report 78 New COVID-19 Cases In Denton CountyDenton County Public Health has announced 78 new laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Denton County.
Learn About The Coronavirus Risks To School Age ChildrenWhen it comes to schools reopening and COVID-19, some parents are eager to get back to some sort of normalcy, while others are fearful their children might get exposed to infections.
Health Officials Report 105 New COVID-19 Cases In Denton CountyThere were also 15 newly recovered cases of COVID-19 reported, increasing the countywide recovery total to 1,153.
Health Officials Report 70 New COVID-19 Cases In Denton County Health officials have confirmed 70 new laboratory-confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Denton County.
3 Collin County Sheriff’s Office Workers, 1 Inmate Test Positive For COVID-19Within the last two days, the Collin County Sheriff’s Office has received its first positive tests for COVID-19 for three staff members and one inmate in the Collin County Detention Facility.
Health Officials Announce 40 New COVID-19 Cases In DentonHealth officials have announced 40 new laboratory-confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Denton County.
North Texas Allergy Season Collides With CoronavirusAn allergist with Texas Health Dallas said they’ve had virtual visits with patients who are having trouble discerning allergy symptoms versus something more serious.
Denton County To Offer Drive-Thru COVID-19 TestingSaturday’s testing center has a maximum capacity of 200 tests, based on available personnel, testing supplies and lab capacity.
Hood County Offering 2nd Free COVID-19 Testing Opportunity For ResidentsDue to the large demand for COVID-19 tests last Sunday, Hood County will be providing another no cost test for COVID-19.
CDC Announces Additional Coronavirus Symptoms All Too Familiar To North TexansHeadaches, sore throat and loss of smell. The new guidance was a little unnerving for some allergy sufferers in North Texas.