The Texas Department of State Health Services said in a tweet Friday that the pandemic has never been worse in Texas, and it has never been easier to catch COVID-19 in the state.
Texas Health Resources said the number of COVID-19 patients has been pushing hospital staff and bed capacity to the limit.
An Arkansas doctor gave hundreds of patients a clean bill to start the New Year when he cleared their debt.
The arrival of the vaccine signaled an emergence from what countless health care workers called the darkest time in their careers.
A surge in infections linked to Thanksgiving has led to many hospitals running out of room to treat the severest COVID-19 cases, and medical facilities are facing a serious staffing shortage on top of everything else.
The pandemic threw the nation's leading infectious disease expert into the limelight. Now many feel the call to follow in his shoes. It's called "The Fauci Effect."
Officials with University of Arizona's College of Medicine say more people are applying to their school, amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
There is reassurance from Denton County officials despite not one of the county’s five major hospitals being included on the state’s initial vaccine distribution list released last week.
Nurse practitioner Christi Thornhill is one of 30,000 participants who signed up to be part of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine trial. She got her first injection in September and her second about four weeks later in October.
Parkland has more than 15,000 employees, so it has broken staff down to five priority groups of 3,000 people a group.
A rural hospital in Kansas illustrates the depths of the COVID-19 crisis in small towns. It has been running out of healthy staff to care for the sick.
Aarron Reinert, president of the AAA, asked in a letter that additional funding be funneled to emergency services to help maintain the basic services emergency personnel provided even before the pandemic.
A San Antonio woman who nearly died of COVID-19 credits a specialized team of Dallas surgeons, doctors, and nurses for saving her life.
As the seventh day approaches that would trigger capacity rollbacks, health officials say everyone needs to show discipline as hospitals brace for possible Thanksgiving impacts.
The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices convened a virtual meeting Tuesday to vote on a proposal that would give priority to health care workers and patients in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities.
An oncology nurse in Oregon has been placed on administrative leave after she bragged on social media that she does not wear a mask in public and flouts other COVID-19 restrictions.
Starbucks is stepping up to once again offer free coffee to front-line workers amid the ongoing pandemic.
The changes go into effect on Tuesday at Parkland Hospital, but do not affect NICU and labor/delivery units.
With rising case numbers and hospitalizations across North Texas, nursing homes and long-term care facilities are seeing similar surges.
As the number of coronavirus cases continues to rise, hospitals throughout the Bay Area are seeing the impacts.