COVID-19 Bulletin (05/22/20)

Coronavirus testing sites coming to 16 North Texas CVS locations. Dallas adds 185 new cases.

There will be 44 new COVID-19 testing sites at CVS locations across the state and 16 will be in North Texas, Governor Abbott says. Patients will stay in their cars and give themselves the test at drive-thru pharmacy windows, and results should be ready in three days. Learn more with The Dallas Morning News.

Dallas County again added fewer new COVID-19 cases than past weeks, with just 185 on Thursday, though seven people died from the virus. Three were living in long-term care facilities, three were hospitalized, and one was found at home. Read on with NBCDFW.

Texas has plans to test all staff and residents in state-run homes for people with disabilities, the Texas Tribune reports, after a previous story said that those individuals would not be tested.

Governor Greg Abbott has ended all COVID-19 related restrictions on air travel, WFAA reports. Previously, anyone who arrived from out of state via airplane was ordered to self-quarantine for 14 days.



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