A Monday press release from Abbotts office explained that the initiative will target Texans who are 75 and older, and, or, homebound.
A majority of infectious-disease researchers surveyed said they expect SARS-CoV-2 to become endemic, meaning it could continue to circulate for years like the flu or common cold.
Governor Greg Abbott announced the lifting of statewide COVID mandates, including the mask mandate, at a news conference in Lubbock.
Austin Public Health discusses latest data on the coronavirus.
Vaccinefinder.org was created at Boston Children's Hospital to help people find where to go get a flu shot and other vaccines. Now it's being relaunched to help people find the coronavirus vaccine. FOX Medical Team's Beth Galvin has details.
All 80 of those businesses will receive grants through the Aaron Rodgers Small-Business COVID-19 Fund at North Valley Community Foundation in Chico. The grants will total over $1 million. These grants will help cover rent for an average of three months or longer, and they also will assist in other operational costs.
Hundreds of thousands of COVID-19 vaccine doses are coming to Texas this week following the winter freezes which put a hold on distribution
According to the CDC, flu cases were at an all time low this year. Some doctors calling this flu season almost “non-existent” as a result of increased COVID-19 precautions.
With the U.S. vaccination drive picking up speed and a third formula on the way, states eager to reopen for business are easing coronavirus restrictions despite warnings from health experts that the outbreak is far from over and that moving too quickly could prolong the misery.
Under the deal announced Monday, school districts could receive up to $6.6 billion if they reopen classrooms by March 31. The proposal does not require staff and students to be vaccinated, and districts are not required to have agreements with teachers' unions.
Thousands of people scheduled invalid COVID-19 vaccination appointments at the university’s Gregory Gymnasium Monday using a shared link.
Austin Public Health says it will be releasing 4,000 additional first dose appointments March 1 in the evening.
The FDA gave approval for the QuickVue At-Home COVID-19 Test, allowing certain consumers to rapidly test themselves for the coronavirus.
Trader Joe's disputes the former employee's allegations.
A Delta passenger is facing a $27,5000 fine for allegedly assaulting a flight attendant amid a dispute over the flight attendant’s instructions and the airline’s mask policy, the FAA said.
A nurse paralyzed by a COVID-19-related infection is on his way back home to Florida after spending months recovering in a Massachusetts hospital.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler joined Good Day Austin’s Casey Claiborne Sunday morning to talk about how relief from the February winter storm is going and the new COVID-19 mass vaccination site at COTA.
Austin 8th grader Umar Mohammad is passionate about genetics. Using a technique called “DNA Music,” he was able to put the Coronavirus genome to music. The sound that resulted may not be what you’d expect.
Massive fraud in the nation's unemployment system is raising alarms even as President Joe Biden and Congress prepare to pour hundreds of billions of dollars into expanded benefits.
Haines City police arrested Yolanda Curtis-Deliz, 46, a certified nursing assistant, after they say she stole $920 from a COVID-19 patient’s wallet at AdventHealth Heart of Florida.