A single case led to only mild symptoms. The variant is named BV-1 for its Brazos Valley origin.
Texas A&M experts say ending the pandemic depends on extensive vaccinations. Eroding confidence in vaccines could sink the effort.
Thirty-one percent of respondents to a Texas A&M-led survey said they don’t intend to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Travelers returning from countries listed as having high risk for COVID-19 are asked to report online.
About 80% of pharmaceuticals sold in the U.S. are produced in China. The global dependence on China for the production of pharmaceuticals and medical equipment poses a potential crisis.
A Texas A&M communication expert explains how people are using social media to process the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.
A Texas A&M AgriLife expert says the virus' impact on global production, manufacturing and consumption has caused cotton prices to drop.
The outbreak of COVID-19 in humans is a concern worldwide, but coronaviruses are common for livestock and poultry, a Texas A&M AgriLife expert says.
Texas A&M pandemic experts discussed the virus’ latest developments and answered questions from the public during a talk at Rudder Forum.
Updated information for students, faculty, staff and visitors to campus as of March 2, 2020.
Canceling Spring Break trips to Italy; other programs still on
Texas A&M infectious disease experts say many questions about COVID-19 remain unanswered, but the outbreak highlights the need for pandemic preparedness and education in the U.S.
Dr. Gerald Parker, the associate dean of Texas A&M's Global One Health, is among the U.S. leaders following the fast-changing disease.