Dr. Pradeep Kumar is a regular on Fox 7 Austin, his segment ‘Your Health with Doctor Kumar’ aims to educate people about their health.
Health officials are especially concerned with school set to start in just a few weeks, raising questions about whether students should be wearing masks.
For those fully vaccinated, Stage 4 recommendations call for the use of a mask at outdoor and indoor events, while dining, shopping, and even at private gatherings.
Officials in Dallas, Harris and Travis counties want residents to take stronger precautions as the delta variant drives an increase in coronavirus infections across Texas.
Central Health is offering $25 gift cards at pop-up vaccine events at JD Supermarkets located in Austin for people who are getting their first dose.
Dr. Parker Hudson with Dell Medical School explains how this mutation is different from the original virus, and what we can do to stop the spread.
Officials say they made the move due to an increase in cases and hospitalizations due to the more contagious COVID Delta variant.
Round Rock ISD students in kindergarten through sixth grade will be eligible for virtual learning in the fall.
Travis County Judge Andy Brown held a town hall on COVID-19 and a panel with Texas Dems on their fight against GOP voter reform.
Abbott reiterated Tuesday that Texas school children will not face mask requirements as they return to school later this summer.
UT researchers have released a report predicting how the recent COVID-19 spike could impact hospital systems.
For local health officials, the increase in cases linked to the highly contagious Delta variant is expected to mean an increase in COVID-19 protocols.
What makes Stage 3 different from Stage 2 or even Stage 4, which Austin-Travis County could be moving back into if trends continue?
Austin Public Health is reopening two neighborhood testing sites, one in North Austin and one in South Austin, as COVID-19 cases are on the rise.
Austin Public Health officials are now urging everyone to start wearing masks again—even for those who are vaccinated.
Getting vaccinated is the most effective way to prevent COVID-19 infection.
Austin-Travis County is at risk of moving into Stage 4 of the Austin Public Health COVID-19 risk-based guidelines after confirmed Delta variant cases.
The Texas House Democratic Caucus, which has said it plans to not identify lawmakers who test positive, has started additional precautionary measures, such as providing daily rapid tests.
The delta variant of the coronavirus now accounts for an estimated 83% of COVID-19 cases in the U.S., an increase of 50% from the week of July 3.
An emergency order from the Texas Supreme Court will keep Texas Eviction Diversion Program from expiring next week.