Hospitals in the Abilene, Bryan-College Station and Laredo areas have run out of intensive care unit beds. State health officials are “greatly concerned” about high numbers of hospitalized people throughout Texas.
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The American Red Cross and the National Football League are teaming up this January, during National Blood Donor Month, to urge individuals — especially those who have recovered from COVID-19 — to help tackle the need for blood. Right now, more donors are needed to help hospital patients.
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The Texas Department of State Health Services has published “Week 1” of its COVID-19 vaccine allocations, but as of that date, Parker and Palo Pinto counties have not made the list.
In addition to uncertain times because of the pandemic, blood donations usually decline from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day as people get busy with holiday activities and travel. Donors are needed to help ensure a stable blood supply for patients throughout the winter months.
Texas is closing in on 1 million confirmed coronavirus cases, according to state data, and the pandemic has claimed more than 18,700 lives in the state.
The American Red Cross is urging healthy donors of all blood types to band together to give blood and help ensure a stable blood supply for patients this holiday season.
Maha Haroon, M.D., has joined HMA Pediatrics, soon to be Burleson Pediatrics, part of Texas Health Medical Associates.
The Johnson County Commissioners Court offered closing thoughts on the budget they will soon vote on and discussed the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic during a Monday called meeting.