What to Know About COVID-19

Search By Keyword

Forecasting for DFW

Data modeling logo

UT Southwestern’s COVID-19 current state analysis and forecasting model illustrates how COVID-19 is spreading across DFW based on real patient data we have received from Dallas and Tarrant counties.

View Latest Model (June 2)

This site was last updated on June 13, 2021.

The Latest COVID-19 Numbers

Clements University Hospital

The total cases at Clements University Hospital as of June 13.

UTSW COVID-19 Census Update as of June 13 shows total confirmed cases as 7 with 1 in the ICU, and 0 awaiting test results.

For additional numbers, see Texas Cases and Global Statistics.

UTSW Campus

The total cases on campus during the week of June 4–June 10.

The total cases on campus the week of June 4 to June 10 is 1 with a cumulative total of 1173.
 

UTSW campus employee population is 19,000.

Latest Updates

Walk-up vaccinations available for existing patients

UTSW patients who are on our Dallas campus for a clinic visit, testing, imaging, or other care now have the opportunity to receive a same-day COVID-19 vaccination. The process will largely mirror how we handle flu vaccinations – if a patient is already visiting any of our main campus clinical buildings and they want to be vaccinated, providers can send them to our vaccination site on the ninth floor of West Campus Building 3. The team there will handle the rest. At this time, we are prepared to provide walk-up vaccinations for existing patients whose information is already in our system.

Upcoming Events

For more, see the UTSW Events Calendar.

Featured COVID-19 Resources

South campus
What to Know from the experts every Friday morning

You Can Help Fight COVID-19 in Your Community

For Everyone – Well or Sick

Download the COVID Symptom Tracker and take 1 minute each day to:

  • Report your health daily even if you feel well
  • Get a daily estimate of COVID in your area
  • Help slow the outbreak near you
  • Developed by the health science company ZOE in collaboration with scientists and physicians at King's College of London and Massachusetts General Hospital

For Health Care Workers

Join the Healthcare Work Exposure Response & Outcomes (HERO) Registry to:

  • Share clinical and life experiences in order to understand the perspectives and problems faced by those on the COVID-19 pandemic front lines
  • Unite with other American health care workers to facilitate rapid-cycle research, including an upcoming large study of hydroxychloroquine’s effectiveness in preventing coronavirus infections in health care workers

COVID Inspire

Participate in a national collaboration to understand COVID-19

  • Seeking people, age 18 or older, who have experienced symptoms of COVID-19 and have been tested within the last 6 weeks.
  • Participation takes less than 30-minutes, once every three months, for 18-months.

Upcoming Wellness Virtual Events

More COVID-19 Topics of Interest