The Dallas skyline on Thursday will be illuminated in blue to honor the millions of essential workers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
There are still a lot of unknowns that remain regarding treatments for COVID-19 coronavirus.
As of April 7, there are more than 1.4 million cases.
There’s a ground campaign in Dallas County to enforce its stay-at-home order.
A video released by the George Washington University Hospital showed the lungs of a 59-year-old male patient with COVID-19.
The Mayo Clinic wants people who have recovered from COVID-19 to donate their plasma so it can be used as a possible treatment for those still battling the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
Dr. Rahul Gupta is the chief medical and health officer for the March of Dimes. He joined Good Day live to talk about the coronavirus pandemic and the unexpected challenges it brings for expectant mothers. More: marchofdimes.org
The family of a Midlothian man fighting for his life against COVID-19 is asking for the public’s help getting a vital plasma donation that could help save him.
A North Texas family practice group plans to start testing people who may think they have COVID-19 but haven't shown symptoms or have recovered from mild symptoms.
A Michigan nurse made a video demonstrating how easily cross-contamination happens, even if you wear protective gloves.
Many Texans will turn first to their small community hospital to deal with the coronavirus. John Henderson, the CEO of the Texas Organization of Rural and Community Hospitals, talks to Good Day about how those hospitals are dealing with a shortage of critical supplies and more.
There is new research everyday on COVID-19 and the impact on expectant mothers. OBGYN Dr. Jessica Shepherd share the latest headlines and best advice during and after pregnancy.
Dr. Gonzalo Perez-Garcia from Texas Health Resources explores drinking during self-isolation and how to determine when you are abusing alcohol.
A Dallas company that typically cleans mattresses is now using its technology to clean N95 masks.
"I would be lying if I said I wasn’t scared," one of the nurses says in the video.
The hospitals in Dallas are now just as full as they were at the peak of this year’s flu season.
People in Plano say hand washing will be impossible if the city follows through with water termination notices.
The FDA is requesting an immediate recall on over-the-counter ranitidine.
One of North Texas' most well-known church leaders talks to Good Day about his own depression and dealing with depression in the age of COVID-19. Jack Graham, the senior pastor of Prestonwood Baptist Church, says this is not a topic a lot of people are ready to talk about.