Dallas County officials reported 195 new cases of coronavirus on Friday, consisting of 30 from June and July, and 56 from August.
Nine new validated deaths were also reported due to the virus. All had underlying high-risk health conditions.
Six had actually been critically ill in location health centers: An Irving guy in his 50s, a Grand Meadow guy in his 50s, a Grand Meadow lady in her 50s, a Sachse guy in his 60s, a Dallas guy in his 60s and an Irving guy in his 80s.
The staying 3 included a Dallas guy in his 80s who was a homeowner of a long-lasting care center and who had actually been hospitalized; a Dallas guy in his 90s who passed away in hospice care; and a Rowlett guy in his 90s who was a homeowner of a long-lasting care center and had actually been hospitalized.
In all, Dallas County has actually seen 73,055 validated cases of the coronavirus and 3,026 likely cases. Individually, the county has actually logged 943 validated COVID-19 deaths and 10 likely deaths.
Of all county cases needing hospitalization to date, two-thirds have actually been under 65 years of age, while about a 3rd of all hospitalized COVID-19 patients have actually had diabetes as an underlying high-risk condition.
About a quarter of the county’s 943 validated deaths have actually been associated with long-term care facilities.
More than 400 school-aged Dallas County children ages 5-18 were identified with the coronavirus from Aug. 15-28, county officials stated. About half of those 405 cases were high-school age students and/or projected to be enrolled in Dallas ISD schools.
Tarrant County Tarrant County reported 214 new cases of COVID-19 Friday, bringing the county’s overall to 42,511. In addition, officials reported 3 more deaths from
the coronavirus, bringing that overall to 565. The victims, all women with underlying health conditions, included an Arlington local in her 80s, a Fort Worth local in her 90s and another Fort Worth resident whose age “had actually surpassed 100,” the county stated.
Authorities also stated new info suggested that a male in his 70s who passed away in Might, formerly noted as a Fort Worth local, was really a Keller local. The county adjusted its tally accordingly.
Denton County officials announced 92 new validated cases of the coronavirus, raising the county overall to 10,514 in all. The county also lists 8,654 cases as recuperated.
No new deaths were reported Friday, leaving the county’s death toll at 101.
Collin County reported 108 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, bringing that county’s overall to 11,306. The tally consists of 645 active cases and 10,661 healings.
The county also reported one new validated death from the virus, raising its overall to 115.
In recent weeks, nevertheless, the county has stated it lacks self-confidence in the information provided by the state.
The Texas Department of State Health Solutions has actually taken control of reporting for numerous North Texas counties, and some may not report updates each day. The latest numbers are:
- Rockwall County: 1,378 cases, 21 deaths.
- Kaufman County: 2,833 cases, 41 deaths.
- Ellis County: 3,843 cases, 58 deaths.
- Johnson County: 2,564 cases, 45 deaths.