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Public Health

COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations Forecasted To Hit New Peaks in D-FW

About one in four North Texas hospital patients have COVID-19.
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Public Health

What’s It Take to Get a COVID Test in This Town?

Dallas County is opening more testing sites as COVID cases spike to new highs.
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Local News

Will Southwest and American Airlines Follow Through on Vaccine Mandates?

Both airlines initially announced strict deadlines for its employees to get vaccinated. Now, they’re hinting at protections for those applying for exemptions.
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Features

CEO Perspectives: The Pandemic’s Impact On Texas Health Systems

Eighteen months after COVID-19 began wreaking havoc, North Texas healthcare CEOs share how their experiences battling the disease have changed their organizations.
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Public Health

Info Envy: Dallas County’s Public Health Data Is Among the Best in the Country

Dallas County has been partnering with the Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation throughout the pandemic, and it is paying off.

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Media

Dallas Hospitals Did Not Agree to Triage Based on Vaccination Status

The Dallas Morning News rushed a big story that doctors say does not reflect reality at North Texas hospitals.
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Education

How Can Dallas Employers Create Health Equity?

Access to transportation, education, housing, and quality food are all becoming issues employers are looking to address.
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Public Health

The Epidemic No One Is Talking About

We are "going in the wrong direction" and only seeing "the tip of the iceberg."
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Events

How Can DFW Improve its Citizens’ Social Determinants of Health?

What employers, providers, and the community can do, and why they should care.
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Public Health

Monkeypox Case Reported in Dallas ‘Not a Reason for Alarm’

A Dallas resident contracted the virus while traveling internationally. Don’t panic.