Doses of the COVID-19 vaccine began arriving in Texas in mid-December, marking a significant milestone in the battle against the virus. But it will be months before vaccine doses are widely available, and the rollout is leaving eligible Texans with more questions than answers.
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Hunt County health officials are preparing to combat the combination of the approaching flu season and the ramifications of the ongoing COVID-…
Local health officials do not have the authority to shut down all schools in their vicinity while COVID-19 cases rise, Texas Attorney General …
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt became the first American governor to announce Wednesday that he has tested positive for COVID-19.
BOSTON — Massachusetts health officials are alarmed by a steady rise in sexually transmitted diseases, with cases reaching record levels in recent years.
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GREENUP, Ill. — State and federal health officials have fined an eastern Illinois nursing home nearly $120,000 for failing to immediately notify a doctor that a resident identified as a “known complainer” had suffered a heart attack last August.