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Covid-19 digital at-home monitoring support for children and families

As some children begin to return to back to school, parents may feel apprehensive about how to keep their family well while the COVID-19 virus

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CDC tells states to prepare for vaccine Nov. 1, raising red flags from health experts

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — The federal government has told states to prepare for a coronavirus vaccine to be ready to distribute by Nov. 1. The timeline

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Alvord ISD closes Tuesday after 2 students test positive | Here are all the Covid-19 cases at local schools

More than 20 school districts in North Texas are returning to in-person classes in August. So far, there have been 16 districts that have reported

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Dallas ISD phasing-in practice for student-athletes, extracurriculars

DALLAS — Dallas ISD announced the phasing-in of athletic conditioning and other UIL activities starting Sept. 8, which is also when online learning begins for

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Can someone get the coronavirus twice?

Can I get the coronavirus twice? It seems possible, though how often it happens isn’t known. Researchers in Hong Kong recently reported evidence of a person who

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How to use ventilation and air filtration to prevent the spread of coronavirus indoors

The vast majority of SARS-CoV-2 transmission occurs indoors, most of it from the inhalation of airborne particles that contain the coronavirus. The best way to prevent the virus

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How visits to Texas nursing homes, assisted-living facilities will work under new coronavirus guidelines

Before the pandemic, Norma Barrientos visited her mother two or three times a week, staying for hours at Skyline Nursing Center, where Mary Sifuentes has

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North Texas hospitals are testing drugs to treat milder cases of COVID-19

Until now, doctors and researchers have focused on saving the lives of the sickest COVID-19 patients. This month, hospitals are rolling out trials in North

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‘Covid-19 Parties’ pose real danger, pediatrician warns

You may have seen stories on the news and social media recently about so-called “COVID parties,” where people are intentionally exposing themselves and/or their children

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Fort Worth ISD Board President, superintendent send letters to governor raising concerns about school opening plans

Fort Worth ISD Board of Education President Jacinto Ramos, Jr., and Superintendent Kent P. Scribner are among the signatories of separate letters sent to Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on