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.
The Division of Student Affairs staff is engaging with students on how to curtail behavior that may spread the virus.
A Texas A&M-led study shows that the physical distancing measures meant to protect older adults from COVID-19 could be simultaneously harmful to their health.
The School of Public Health program aims to identify asymptomatic students to prevent the spread of the virus on campus.
Texas A&M pandemic policy experts offer 10 recommendations to reduce the risk of hospital capacity becoming overwhelmed.
As the first day of fall classes approaches, Texas A&M's Provost answers some frequently asked questions.
Texas A&M School of Innovation has accepted the projects, which address social impacts of COVID-19, for their Innovation[X] program.
Move-in, classes, football games and more will look different when students, faculty and staff return to campus later this month.
With less-than-clear guidance from officials, many parents and teachers of K-12 students fear the spread of COVID-19.
By sampling dogs and cats whose owners have tested positive in Brazos County, the team is working to understand how pets living in ‘high-risk’ households may be impacted by SARS-CoV-2.
A Texas A&M education expert explains how parents can decide whether to send their kids back to school amid the COVID-19 pandemic.