Posted on · House Bill 133 had strong bipartisan support throughout the session, but was taken off the Senate calendar shortly before a final deadline approached Wednesday night.
Posted on · Has the pandemic made the influence of social media and screen time worse? And what can parents do to protect their children from negative effects?
Posted on · As of Sunday, about 635,000 Texans were 43 or more days from their first COVID vaccine shot but still hadn’t gotten their second, state health officials say.
Posted on · The majority of the deaths are associated with hypothermia, according to the Texas Department of State Health Services.
Posted on · Following a letter from the federal government calling these workers "essential," the Texas Health and Human Services said all school personnel and child care workers would be prioritized for the vaccine.
Posted on · Frontline essential workers were not part of the first two rounds of COVID-19 vaccine priority. Now, they want to make sure they're included in the next phase.
Posted on · State health officials say the boost in doses is due to a 30% increase in the Moderna vaccine that’s being provided by the federal government and a one-time return of 126,750 doses of the Pfizer vaccine that Texas had been required to set aside for vaccinating residents and staff at long-term care facilities.
Posted on · As Texas attempts to ramp up testing, Houston this week will look to set up its vaccine "mega site."
Posted on · State health officials said Sunday that 28 hubs will be getting 158,825 doses this week.
Posted on · With a vaccine on the horizon, local officials are asking Houstonians to remain vigilant with social distancing and mask wearing, to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Posted on · The city is now under a boil water notice as of 10 p.m. Saturday, the governor and city officials said.
Posted on · Hispanic Texans are overrepresented in the state's updated fatality count, making up 47% of deaths, but only 40% of the state's population.
Posted on · In week 19 of the COVID-19 pandemic in the Greater Houston area, Harris County is still struggling to stop its spread.
Posted on · Experts in infectious disease and business answer your questions about the COVID-19 outbreak.
Posted on · Rural counties outlying Greater Houston say the Texas health department is providing little of the aid needed to combat the pandemic