As the number of COVID-19 infections in Texas hits 1 million, vaccine offers hope
Another day, another record broken for COVID-19 infections in the United States.
"This disease continues to wreak havoc on the American public," said Dr. Michael Dobbs, the chief medical officer at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.
Dobbs said he expects the virus to keep breaking records until at least 75% of people are immune.
"The best way we can do that is with an effective vaccine," Dobbs said. "And, thank goodness, it looks like we will have one pretty soon."
Watch the video for the full story.
Small Business Saturday provides boost to local retailers after tough year
Mayor offers $2,500 reward for information about shooting of Donna police officer
Online sales, driven by social media, boost small businesses during pandemic
Mission EDC launches 'Small Business Market Days' to boost local economy
Tamaulipas reactivates COVID-19 checkpoints for Thanksgiving holiday weekend