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.
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 four county judges working to put this on said this is a major step in getting COVID-19 vaccines out to the community.
FOX 7 Austin spoke with Central Texans on how they feel about Gov. Greg Abbott potentially ending Texas' mask mandate.
Throughout Central Texas, second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine are being delayed due to last week's winter weather.
With things slowly getting back to normal post-winter storm, APH warns another COVID-19 surge is possible.
Austin Public Health provided an update on the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine in the area and discussed the latest coronavirus numbers.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said he is working on a plan to remove all statewide coronavirus restrictions and will make an announcement soon.
As part of the statewide initiative, Texas will deploy more than 1,100 National Guardsmen to assist communities in vaccinating homebound seniors.
The site is expected to open this week with 3,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine that have been provided by the state.
Travis County Commissioners Court gets update from Austin Public Health concerning the latest data on COVID-19.
This article will continue to be updated as more schools make decisions based on their community's recovery following Winter Storm Uri.
Williamson County vaccine providers are working to make up roughly 12,000 appointments after last week's severe winter weather pushed them off.
COVID-19 vaccination sites in Central Texas are adjusting their services due to the winter weather.
COVID-19 vaccine sites in Central Texas are adjusting their services this weekend due to the severe winter weather impacting the area.
“We’re waiting for the day when our family can come in and visit us and we can go out to visit them.” says 100-year-old Annie Ziegler.
Between Feb. 15-28, students can apply for the funding by completing a brief form on the Bobcat Cares webpage.
The school will now be 100% virtual for the next 14 days, says the district, including an early dismissal Wednesday.