Dallas County reported 771 more coronavirus cases Sunday, along with one new death.
The most recent victim was a Garland man in his 80s who had actually been seriously ill at a medical facility and had underlying illness.
The county said 572 of the recently revealed cases came from the state’s reporting system, including 4 from March, 15 from April, 20 from Might, 71 from June, 77 from July, 119 from August and 266 from September. The rest were reported directly to the county health department.
The recently reported cases bring the county’s total confirmed cases to 77,889. The county’s death toll stands at 995.
The county also has actually reported 3,863 probable cases and 11 probable COVID-19 deaths. Probable deaths and cases consist of people who had a positive antigen test (sometimes called fast tests), had antibodies for the virus or had COVID-19 signs along with contact with someone with a confirmed case.
Other North Texas counties provide quotes for how lots of people have actually recovered from the virus, Dallas County officials do not report healings, saying it’s not a measurement utilized by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The county said that due to the fact that of weekend reporting, new information on hospitalizations, intensive-care admissions and emergency room visits– the 3 key metrics health officials utilize to track the real-time impact of COVID-19 in the county– will not be available till Tuesday.
Throughout the state, 2,241 more cases were reported Sunday, along with 45 deaths from the virus. Texas has actually reported 688,534 confirmed cases and 14,893 casualties.
There are 3,081 COVID-19 clients in Texas health centers, including 754 in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
The seven-day average positivity rate statewide, based on the date of test specimen collection, was 6.77% as of Saturday. State health officials said utilizing information based on when people were tested will provide the most precise positivity rate.
The state also offers a positivity rate based on when laboratory outcomes were reported to the state; that rate stood at 7.98% as of Saturday.
Tarrant County Tarrant County reported 361 coronavirus cases Sunday but no new deaths. The most recent reported cases bring the county’s total to 46,898, including 3,206 probable cases.
The death toll stands at 633, and 41,161 people have actually recovered. There are 223 people hospitalized with the virus in Tarrant County, according
to the county’s dashboard. On Saturday, the county reported 13 additional deaths, including two from July and 5 from August, according to a press release Sunday.
The most recent victims included 4 Fort Worth residents: a man in his 70s, a man and woman in their 80s, and a man in his 90s.
Five Azle residents were also included: a lady in her 70s, a man and woman in their 80s and a man and woman in their 90s.
The remaining victims were a Crowley man in his 30s, a Mansfield woman in her 60s, an Arlington man in his 80s and a Keller man in his 80s. Health officials didn’t specify when each of the victims passed away but said all 13 had underlying illness.
Collin County added 123 coronavirus cases Sunday, bringing its total to 12,966. There are 1,029 active cases, according to the county dashboard.
The county reported no new deaths, leaving the toll at 137.
There are 103 people hospitalized with the virus, while 11,937 people have actually recovered.
As of 6 p.m. Sunday, Denton County had actually not updated its COVID-19 information.
The county’s case count Saturday stood at 11,501, including 107 deaths. Of the cases, 1,524 are active. There have actually been 9,870 healings.
The Texas Department of State Health Solutions has actually taken control of reporting for other North Texas counties. Some of those counties may not report updates every day.
The most recent numbers are:
- Rockwall County: 1,543 cases, 25 deaths.
- Kaufman County: 3,018 cases, 47 deaths.
- Ellis County: 4,192 cases, 66 deaths.
- Johnson County: 2,795 cases, 49 deaths.