Dallas County Reports 7 Additional Deaths, 518 Coronavirus Cases – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

2August 2020

Dallas County reported 7 additional deaths connected to the coronavirus Sunday and 518 brand-new verified cases.

The 7 deaths reported Sunday consist of:

  • A Dallas man in his 30s who had been seriously ill in an area medical facility, and did not have underlying high danger health conditions.
  • A Dallas male in his 40s who had actually been seriously ill in an area medical facility, and had underlying high danger health conditions.
  • A Garland woman in her 50s who had actually been critically ill in an area healthcare facility, and had underlying high threat health conditions.
  • A Dallas woman in her 60s who had been seriously ill in a location healthcare facility, and had underlying high danger health conditions.
  • A man in his 60s who was an inmate of a reformatory in Dallas. He was discovered dead in the center, and had underlying high danger health conditions.
  • A Duncanville man in his 60s who had been seriously ill in a location hospital, and did not have underlying high threat health conditions.
  • A Dallas guy in his 70s who had been critically ill in an area healthcare facility, and did not have underlying high danger health conditions.

It was not instantly clear where the inmate was being housed when he died.

The new cases raise Dallas County’s overall to 688 deaths and 51,108 validated cases. The 14-day average dropped for the 8th straight day to 703 cases.

A total of 1,468 likely cases have actually been reported to date in county homeowners, consisting of 2 likely deaths.

Of cases needing hospitalization, two-thirds of all COVID-19 patients have actually been under 65 years of age. Diabetes has been a hidden high-risk health condition reported in about a 3rd of all hospitalized patients with COVID-19.

Dallas County does not report recoveries from COVID-19because it lacks the workforce to follow up with thousands of patients, nevertheless, the Texas Department of State Health Services posts an estimated number of healings on its site and lists 33,959 for Dallas County as of Saturday, August 1. Utilizing information supplied by the state, there are an approximated 14,680 active COVID-19 cases in the county.


* Map locations are approximate, main areas for the city and are not suggested to show where actual infected people live.

** County amounts to listed below include all 32 North Texas counties, not just Collin, Dallas, Denton and Tarrant.


Source: nbcdfw.com

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