Upgraded at 4:09 p.m.: Revised to include brand-new case numbers for other North Texas counties.
Dallas County reported 843 new coronavirus cases Sunday, along with 4 deaths.
The latest deaths were a Balch Springs male in his 50s, an Irving man in his 60s, a Dallas lady in her 60s, and a Grand Prairie woman in her 70s. The Grand Prairie woman and Irving man had underlying high-risk health conditions; the other two victims did not, officials said.
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Tarrant County reported 491 brand-new coronavirus cases Sunday and one death, raising its toll to 422.
Details about the most recent victim were not right away available.
The county has reported a total of 33,860 cases of COVID-19, or about 16.1 of every 1,000 county citizens. Of the overall cases, 1,683 are thought about possible cases. In Tarrant County, 463 people were hospitalized Sunday with validated cases of the virus, and 22,083 individuals have actually recovered, according to the county.
Collin County reported 215 new cases of COVID-19 Sunday. The latest numbers bring the county’s total to 7,654 cases, or about 7.4 for every single 1,000 citizens.
The variety of deaths stayed at 89.
There are 2,428 active cases, and 129 individuals are hospitalized. The county likewise reported that 5,137 individuals have recovered from the infection.
Denton County reported 58 new coronavirus cases Sunday, increasing the county’s total to 7,644, or about 8.6 for each 1,000 locals.
The number of deaths for the county remained at 62.
There are 3,021 active cases, and an overall of 4,561 individuals have recuperated.
The Texas Department of State Health Services has taken over reporting for several North Texas counties. Some of those counties might not report updates every day. The current numbers are:
- Rockwall County: 911 cases, 18 deaths.
- Kaufman County: 2,158 cases, 25 deaths.
- Ellis County: 2,855 cases, 41 deaths.
- Johnson County: 1,861 cases, 30 deaths.