COVID-19 updates: Dallas, Tarrant counties report integrated 15 new deaths –

9July 2020

Dallas County health officials reported 1,201 brand-new coronavirus cases Thursday.

Dallas and Tarrant counties have reported a combined 15 brand-new coronavirus-related deaths Thursday, a day after Texas reported its most dangerous day of the pandemic.

The counties have actually reported a combined 695 deaths from COVID-19 since tracking started in March. On Thursday, Dallas County reported 1,201 brand-new coronavirus cases, marking the 6th day the county

has actually reported more than 1,000 day-to-day cases. Texas reported nearly 100 new deaths on Wednesday as newly verified cases continued soaring and Austin began preparations to turn the downtown convention center into a field hospital

. The 98 reported deaths set a record one-day high, surpassing the record 60

deaths reported just a day previously.

Texas is now reporting a total of 2,918 deaths. The state is also reported 9,782 brand-new coronavirus

cases Thursday. The state’s overall number of reported cases is now at 230,346. For a day-to-day roundup of the most significant coronavirus news from around North Texas and beyond, sign up for the WFAA COVID-19e-mail newsletter.Dallas County reports

1,201 brand-new coronavirus cases For seven straight days, Dallas County health officials have actually validated more than 1,000 brand-new cases. The county has now tallied 30,361 cases of COVID-19 since tracking began in March and 436 deaths.

Since early June, a big portion of the brand-new cases have actually been reported among individuals under 40. County officials think those cases are linked to large events, house parties and individuals hanging out at bars, which the guv recently bought to close.

Individuals who were reported on Thursday to have actually passed away from the novel coronavirus each had underlying health high-risk health conditions, according to county health officials. With the exception of a man at a long-lasting care facility and a woman who passed away in an emergency clinic, they all had been hospitalized.

The latest deaths include:

  • A Garland male in his 50s who
  • had been a local of a long-lasting
  • care center.
  • A Dallas lady in her 60s.
  • A Dallas male in his 60s.
  • An Irving guy in his 60s.
  • A Sunnyvale lady in her 60s. A Dallas woman in her 70s. A Garland man in his 70s. A Dallas female in her 70s.
  • A Dallas man in his 70s. A Dallas man in his

    90s, who lived at a long-term care center. He died at the facility. Tarrant County reports 5 new deaths

    Tarrant County has actually tallied 259 coronavirus-related deaths given that tracking started in March. The most recent 5 deaths reported Thursday were of individuals who all had underlying health conditions, officials said. Tarrant County health officials did not release information about whether any of the people had been hospitalized or if they resided in long-term care centers.

    • The most recent consist of: A Fort Worth
    • male in his 40s.
    • An Arlington guy in his 50s.
    • A Fort Worth lady in her 50s.

    A Fort Worth female in her 60s. A Fort Worth guy in his 70s. Denton County reports 115 new cases, 1


    Denton County Public Health announced one death and

    115 recently confirmed cases of COVID-19 Thursday.

    The victim was a male in his 80s, who was a resident of unincorporated southeast Denton County. Authorities said the freshly reported cases bring the countywide overall to 3,697, consisting of 38 deaths and 1,322 recoveries. Collin County reports 160 brand-new cases, 3 deaths

    Collin County health officials reported 3 more people have actually died from COVID-19 and 160 more have actually tested positive.

    The countywide overall is now 4,108, consisting of 56 deaths given that tracking started in

    March. The Associated Press added to this story.

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