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COVID-19 Bulletin (01/24/22)

North Texas hospitalizations decrease. Request an at home test by phone.
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There were 4,122 patients with COVID-19 in North Texas hospitals on Friday, a slight decrease from the dat before. These patients represent 28.1 percent of bed capacity, and ICU patients with COVID-19 represent 46.2 percent of adult ICU patients, DFW Hospital Council President Steve Love reports.


The Biden administration has opened a phone line for people to order free at-home Covid-19 tests. You can order tests and learn more here.


KERA spoke with a physician about Omicron virus, who says the safest place you can be with other people is outdoors, due to outdoor airflow dispersing pathogens. It is still recommended to wear a mask in large gatherings and stay six feet apart.


The number of patients hospitalized with Covid-19 in North Texas decreased by 28 in the last 24 hours, reports the Dallas Morning News.

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