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Coronavirus

COVID-19 Bulletin (12/14/21)

Experts say that delta variant, not omicron, is still the main concern this holiday season.
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Bret Redman

Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins reported 319 new COVID-19 cases and 13 deaths on Monday.


The Dallas Morning News published this piece about how COVID-19 has changed the calculus on choosing a senior living facility. Questions about infection control, quarantine protocol, and vaccination rates are all part of the process.


KERA wrote spoke Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation CEO Steve Miff, who described how the delta variant is still the dominant version of COVID-19 in North Texas. He says omicron probably won’t be widespread in the region for the next 12 weeks.

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