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Texas Standard: Ask a doctor: How to tell COVID-19 from cedar fever, and substitutes for an N95 mask

January 4, 2022

Dr. Fred Campbell, General and Hospital Medicine, appeared on the statewide public radio program Texas Standard and spoke about the guidelines for protection against the omicron variant. Listen here


KENS 5: The proper way to use at-home coronavirus test kits

January 4, 2022

Dr. Jan Patterson, Infectious Diseases, is quoted in this story about the proper way to use at-home test kits. Watch story Story also appears: WFAA, Dallas: https://www.wfaa.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/the-proper-way-to-use-at-home-coronavirus- …


KENS 5: Growing confusion over new CDC guidelines as COVID testing is in high demand

January 4, 2022

Dr. Jan Patterson, Infectious Diseases, is quoted in this story and explained that it’s not too late to get a vaccine or booster shot to stop the spread of COVID-19. Watch story 


Texas Public Radio: Natural immunity from COVID-19 may be weaker in people who’ve had severe disease

January 4, 2022

Dr. Evelien Bunnik, Microbiology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics, is quoted in this story about her research on COVID-19 immunity. Listen here


Telemundo: Severe COVID-19 could reduce immune resistance to virus, new study finds

January 3, 2022

Medical student Rolando Garza, a member of the research team of Dr. Evelien Bunnik and Dr. Tom Patterson, is quoted in this Telemundo piece. Watch story


KENS 5: Is the party worth the risk? Soaring COVID cases lead to tough questions for New Year’s Eve

January 3, 2022

Dr. Marjorie David, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, was quoted in this story. Watch story


Texas Public Radio: TPR’s top podcasts of 2021

January 3, 2022

Dr. Tess Barton, pediatrics was the speaker on one of the podcasts listed: “Going Back To School Safely During The Delta Surge.” Listen here


KSAT 12: Jury trials in Bexar County canceled in early 2022 as omicron variant surges

January 3, 2022

Dr. Ruth Berggren, Infectious Diseases, Center for Medical Humanities and Ethics, is mentioned in this story for participating in a Q&A about the omicron surge. Watch story


KSAT 12 Q&A: Infectious diseases doctor explains what you should do after showing COVID-19 symptoms to avoid unnecessary ER visits

January 3, 2022

Dr. Ruth Berggren, Infectious Diseases, Center for Medical Humanities and Ethics, appeared on KSAT’s weekly Q&A segment. Watch Q&A


KENS 5: A new COVID-19 treatment has arrived in San Antonio stores as omicron clamps down on the city

January 3, 2022

Dr. Fred Campbell, General and Hospital Medicine, is quoted in this story. Watch here


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