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COVID-19 Bulletin (02/22/22)

Dallas County lowers threat to orange. Forth Worth is scaling back their vaccination sites.
By Jencie Tomasek |

Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins reported 689 new COVID-19 sases and 11 deaths on Monday.

Due to low demand, Fort Worth is closing some COVID-19 testing and vaccination next week. Find out what locations will close, here.

Fox 4 reports that Dallas County has lowered its COVID-19 threat level to orange, meaning “extreme caution”. Dallas is just now coming out of the red level, “high risk of transmission”, which is the highest level Dallas County has when indicating COVID-19 risk.

The Washington Post created a list of 10 places vaccinated travelers can visit without needing a COVID-19 test.

Central Texas researchers are looking into people who might be at risk of COVID-19 lung disease, the Austin American-Statesman reports.

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