Texas COVID-19 Hospitalizations At Lowest Level Since Last JuneOver the past two weeks, the rolling average number of daily new cases in Texas has decreased by 481, a decrease of 12%, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.
111 Deaths Now Attributed To Texas' Winter Storms In FebruaryThe majority of verified deaths were associated with hypothermia, DSHS said Thursday.
Texas Is Opening Coronavirus Vaccinations To All Adults On March 29Until now it has been limited to designated groups, but on March 23 the Texas Department of State Health Services announced that the COVID-19 vaccine will open to all adult Texans in one week.
Texas To Get More Than 900K COVID-19 Vaccine 'First Doses' Next WeekTexas has now administered more than 8.8 million doses, an increase of 1.2 million in the last week.
As Texas COVID-19 Hospitalizations Fall The State Death Toll Nears 44,000The death toll from the coronavirus in Texas is nearing the 44,000 mark -- with 315 more deaths reported on Thursday alone.
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.
'February Will Be A Dark Time For Death' Says Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins On CoronavirusA total of 2,270 Dallas County residents have lost their lives due to COVID-19 illness after 39 more deaths were reported Tuesday.
Texas To Receive Additional $2.5B For COVID-19 Response"The pandemic created an immediate threat to the health and safety of the general public requiring emergency response and protective measures throughout the state," FEMA said in a news release.
As Registration Continues & Lines Grow, Texas Will Receive More COVID Vaccine Doses Next WeekThe state of Texas has learned it’ll receive more than 385,000 vaccine doses to combat COVID-19 next week. That’s 50,000 more doses – a 16% increase.
Texas Nears 33,000 Deaths From COVID, DSHS Reports 450 New Fatalities On January 20Hospitalizations from the novel coronavirus continue to surge across Texas. On Wednesday, state health officials reported 450 new COVID-19 deaths as fatalities rapidly mount.
Texas DSHS Warns About Coronavirus Case Surge: 'Hospitals Can't Take Much More'“Texas must avoid an additional surge in cases. Hospitals can’t take much more. Fatalities are still increasing,” the Department of State Health Services tweeted on its official account.