Dallas, TX – The Covid-19 situation nationwide is slowly but surely stabilizing and the same trend is seen in the North Texas area where the number of new Covid-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths is going down for several weeks now. threat level.
Following the declining trend, Dallas County Covid-19 threat level was lowered from red to orange, which stands for “extreme caution.”
Dallas County moved to the fourth and the highest Covid-19 threat level red, which stands for “high risk of transmission”, once the number of new Covid-19 cases started to dramatically increase driven by the Omicron variant.
The lower threat level recommends unvaccinated people avoid anything in public and for vaccinated people to follow current CDC guidelines.
Meanwhile, the North Texas health officials and experts urge the unvaccinated to get the Covid-19 shot as soon as possible.