UPDATED at 5:45 p.m.: Upgraded to consist of numbers from Dallas County, the City of Dallas and statewide.
Dallas County ended its most dangerous week with 9 brand-new deaths and 1,031 new cases. This week the county reported 74 deaths, up from last week’s record of 54.
The brand-new cases bring Dallas’ overall case count to 40,222 including 523 deaths.
“All this is strong sign that you need to use a mask when outdoors your home and prevent any service where masks are not being worn 100% of the time,” Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins tweeted Saturday evening. “It depends on all of us to #FlattenTheCurve and the very best way to do that is to limit journeys outside the home to outright necessities and always wear a mask.”
The nine deaths include:
- A Dallas male in his 30s, who died in a medical facility with underlying health conditions
- A Dallas man in his 50s, who passed away in a hospital with underlying health conditions
- A man in his 60s, who was an inmate at a correctional facility and died in a healthcare facility with underlying health conditions
- A Mesquite male in his 70 ′ s, who died in a hospital with underlying health conditions
- A Dallas male in his 70s, who died in a hospital with underlying health conditions
- A Mesquite lady in her 70 ′ s, who passed away in a hospital with underlying health conditions
- A Dallas male in his 70 ′ s, who died in a hospital with underlying health conditions
- A Dallas male in his 80 ′ s, who passed away in a hospital with underlying health conditions
- A Richardson lady in her 90 ′ s, who passed away in a healthcare facility with underlying health conditions
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson revealed Saturday that 70% of the city’s healthcare facility beds and ICU beds are presently occupied, while 40% of the city’s ventilators remain in usage. In the city’s 25 healthcare facilities, 1812 beds, 267 ICU beds and 588 ventilators stay vacant.
5 more deaths were reported in Tarrant County Saturday, bringing the county’s death total to 293.
The victims were an Arlington guy in his 20s and 4 Fort Worth citizens: a female in her 50s, a man in his 70s, a woman in her 70s and a man in his 90s. All the victims had hidden health conditions, the county said.
The county likewise reported 288 more COVID-19 cases, bringing its total to 21,195, or about 10.1 cases for every single 1,000 citizens. There have actually been 10,382 healings, and 698 individuals are currently hospitalized with the infection, according to the county’s information.
Collin County health officials reported 137 new cases of the infection Saturday, bringing its case overall to 5,291, or about 5.1 cases for each 1,000 residents.
There have actually been 4,347 recoveries, and 182 people are presently hospitalized, according to the county’s information.
No brand-new deaths were reported Saturday. The county’s death toll stands at 64.
Denton County reported 122 new COVID-19 cases Saturday, bringing its case overall to 4,887 cases, or about 5.5 cases for every single 1,000 locals.
County health authorities also said 77 more individuals have actually recuperated from the infection, bringing the overall variety of healings to 2,687.
There were no brand-new deaths reported, leaving the county’s death overall at 42.
Statewide, 10,158 new cases were reported Saturday, in addition to 130 additional deaths.An overall of 10,658 people across the state were hospitalized with the virus, marking a brand-new record high
Case reporting for several North Texas counties has actually been taken over by the Texas Department of State Health Providers, and they might not report upgraded overalls each day.
The current numbers are:
Rockwall County: 566 cases, 17 deaths.
Kaufman County: 1,222 cases, 5 deaths.
Ellis County: 1,972 cases, 21 deaths.
Johnson County: 985 cases, 6 deaths.