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  • North Texas COVID-19 and flu hospitalizations on the rise

    By Marin Wolf 5:20 AM on Jan 4, 2023 North Texas COVID-19 and flu hospitalizations are climbing as the At least 975 patients were hospitalized with COVID-19 in North Texas as of Jan. 3, a 210-patient increase The rising COVID-19 hospitalization count is a far cry from the more than 4,000 hospitalizations seen “We’re seeing people get COVID, but we’re not seeing people get as sick with COVID as we used to. Flu hospitalizations even outpaced COVID-19 hospitalizations for a short period in November.

  • The next pandemic ‘even deadlier’ than COVID is coming, warns WHO

    Organization warned that the world must prepare for the next pandemic, which could be “even deadlier” than the COVID Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus sounded an alarm that the COVID-19 pandemic is far from over. However, the WHO recently declared that the COVID-19 pandemic is no longer a health emergency.

  • Are Masks Making a Comeback in Texas? COVID is here to stay, but not a major concern for most people

    A new variant called Eris has entered the COVID scene, but experts don’t expect it to have a substantial COVID VACCINES AND BOOSTERS SHOWN TO PROTECT PREGNANT WOMEN AND NEWBORNS: ‘TRANSFERRED PROTECTION’ "Collectively A new variant called Eris has entered the COVID scene, but experts don’t expect it to have a substantial Like other COVID variants, Osborn said that symptoms are, for the most part, "benign." OMICRON SUBVARIANT EG.5 NOW DOMINANT STRAIN IN US, CDC DATA SHOWS Updated versions of the COVID vaccine

  • Texas ‘Tripledemic’ concerns rise as flu, COVID, and RSV cases converge.

    Some hospitals are now over capacity with flu, respiratory illnesses, and new COVID variants combining Experts warn that with surges of other respiratory viruses and a likely new wave of COVID-19 infections COVID? There are many shots! Get them. Experts predict COVID cases will rise as temperatures drop and people gather indoors for the holidays Experts are concerned about a "triple threat" virus surge or a "tripledemic" of influenza, RSV, and COVID

  • North Texas Public Health recommends wearing masks indoors as COVID cases rise in 2023

    - Tarrant County Public Health recommends people wear masks and social distancing indoors again as COVID On Friday, Tarrant County said the COVID-19 Community level has changed to high. Research revealed that hospitals across DFW saw a rise in hospitalizations from the fast-spreading COVID-variant

  • Newest Omicron Covid-19 lineages gaining ground in United States

    The United States appears to be in the midst of another biological baton pass between Covid-19 variants More than 1 in 5 Covid-19 infections last week were caused by BA.4 and BA.5, according to updated estimates Of course, thanks to the levels of population immunity, the danger of Covid cases has changed over time Even vaccinated people seem vulnerable to long Covid, if at lower rates than unvaccinated people. As it is, some 300 people in the United States are still dying from Covid a day.

  • COVID-19 hospitalizations increasing at Parkland in Dallas Texas

    COVID-19 hospitalizations increasing at Parkland The Dallas hospital is bracing for another major surge DALLAS - Parkland Hospital says the number of COVID-19 patients it’s treating continues to rise. Parkland officials said Wednesday it has four COVID-19 units with 114 patient rooms that can expand to normal patients, with our normal ED visits, with our normal volumes and then on top of that we have COVID The climate has changed too, with COVID-19 fatigue setting in.

  • COVID-19 Scam Alerts BEWARE!!!!!

    03 Apr COVID-19 Scam Alerts in News by Taryn Porter Stay up to date on the latest Coronavirus scams! Since cybercriminals prey on fear, we can expect to see more and more COVID-19 scams as the situation Charity scams: You may see charities that you don’t recognize asking for donations in the wake of COVID Full story from Hamilton Journal News 30 March 2020 60 and over in the time of COVID-19? Full blog from KnowBe4 Password found to rescue victims of malicious COVID-19 tracker app: COVID-19 Android

  • 'The worst version' of COVID is spreading in Texas. Can we update our vaccines in time?

    For the last 18 months, the original COVID-19 vaccines — first as a two-dose series, then as boosters Even today, unvaccinated Americans are twice as likely as vaccinated Americans to test positive for COVID An update to the COVID vaccines is needed to fight Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 subvariants that are increasing COVID cases, according to the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — but BA COVID patients in intensive care units than there were during previous phases of the pandemic, and the

  • New COVID variant is spreading across TEXAS. Here's what you need to know.

    03/15/2022 COVID-19 Hospitalizations in Dallas County: Past, Present, and Future Forecasting Red Line Vaccination remains our most powerful tool for preventing severe COVID-19. Based on the latest CDC “COVID-19 Community Levels” guidance, Dallas, Denton, and Collin Counties are Anyone who is experiencing symptoms or exposed to someone with COVID-19 is encouraged to get tested and For more information please visit COVID-19 Curren t State Analysis and Forecasting for the DFW Region

  • New Spike in COVID-19 cases in the UK... 33k plus reported on February 25th 2022

    Two days ago UK reports 31,933 new COVID-19 cases and 120 deaths Britain on Friday reported 31,933 new cases of COVID-19 and another 120 deaths within 28 days of a positive test, according to government is a summary of some recent studies on COVID-19. COVID guidelines allow most Americans to go mask-free indoors The U.S. to make and sell its oral COVID-19 treatment in Japan, the firm said on Friday.

  • New Subvariant of COVID-19 - Omicron BA.2 Variant in United States and Spreading Fast!!!

    New COVID Cases Are Omicron BA.2 Sub-Variant The New BA.2 Omicron Variant - A More Contagious COVID-19 Variant and How to Protect Against It After a temporary lull, the COVID-19 fire appears to have reignited First identified in South Africa in November 2021, this version of the COVID-19-causing novel coronavirus surges even as governments lift many COVID safety restrictions. COVID cases, overall COVID cases and hospitalizations continue to drop in many states.

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