DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM)– Dallas County Health and Person Solutions reported 537 extra COVID-19 cases, bringing the overall verified case count in Dallas County to 49,269.
“Today our number of new cases advanced a positive trend and our number of COVID-I9 hospitalizations increased a little,” Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins stated in a statement.
The county likewise revealed six more deaths, bringing the total to 664.
More than 1,800 children under 18 years of age have actually been detected with confirmed COVID-19 considering that July 1.
Throughout this timeframe, 38 children have been hospitalized for COVID-19. consisting of 4 confessed to extensive care systems.
Of all validated cases needing hospitalization to date, more than two-thirds have been under 65 years of age. Diabetes has actually been an underlying high-risk health condition reported in about a 3rd of all hospitalized clients with COVID-19.
Of the 664 confirmed deaths reported to date, about a 3rd have actually been connected with long-lasting care facilities.
“I ‘d like to remind everyone of the significance of 6 foot distancing, mask wearing outside the house and restricting trips outside the home to work and absolute requirements. It depends on everyone to get the numbers down so less people become contaminated, our economy gets stronger, and our kids can return to school,” Judge Jenkins said. “If just a few people loosen our resolve and succumb to our self-centered desires to do things not recommended by the physicians, we will find ourselves in a much even worse position than we have remained in previously.”
Judge Jenkins stated there is still widespread neighborhood spread in Dallas County.
The additional 6 deaths revealed Thursday consist of:
— A Dallas guy in his 50s who had actually been seriously ill in a location health center and had underlying high risk health conditions.
— A Richardson woman in her 60s who was a local of a long-lasting care center. She had been seriously ill in an area hospital and had underlying high threat health conditions.
— A Dallas lady in her 70s who had actually been critically ill in a location medical facility and had underlying high danger health conditions.
— A Dallas guy in his 70s who had actually been hospitalized and had underlying high threat health conditions.
— A Dallas woman in her 90s who was a resident of a long-term care center. She had been hospitalized and had underlying high risk health conditions.
— A Dallas lady in her 90s who was a local of a long-lasting care facility. She passed away in the facility and did not have underlying high threat health conditions.Source: dfw.cbslocal.com