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At the University of Texas Medical Branch, workers and visitors are being told to wear better masks to protect against more highly transmissible viruses.

If the trend in Galveston County follows what's been seen in other countries, cases could hit a low point near the beginning of Mardi Gras, health officials said.

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The ruling puts another hurdle in front of a Biden-proposed vaccine mandate.

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The omicron surge has increased the workload at the University of Texas Medical Branch's medical labs, where technicians are processing up to 3,000 tests a day.

The Daily News has been an advocate of all things common sense since the beginning when it comes to the pandemic. Masking and social distancing? We’re in, and we encourage you to be as well. Avoiding large crowds or even smaller, more intimates ones with people outside of your household unle…

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More than half of eligible people in Galveston County are vaccinated, but the county's vaccination rate has slowed to a trickle.