Updated at 4:09 pm: Revised to include new issue numbers for other North Texas counties.
Dallas County reported 843 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday, along with four deaths.
Recent deaths were a man from Balch Springs in the 1950s, an Irving man in the 1960s, a Dallas woman in her 60s and a Grand Prairie woman in the 1970s. Grand Prairie wife and husband Irving had high-risk health conditions; the other two victims did not, officials said.
The latest cases bring the total number of confirmed county cases in COVID-19 to 54,674 – or about 20.7 per 1,000 county residents – and the death toll rose to 755. Dallas County reports no cures.
The county also reported 130 possible new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, bringing the total number of possible cases to 2,202, including six possible coronavirus deaths.
County officials said new data on hospital admissions, intensive care admissions and emergency room visits – three key indicators of the level of virus risk in the area – will be available on Tuesday.
Tuarant County reported 491 new cases of the coronavirus on Sunday and one death, raising its number to 422.
Details about the latest victim were not immediately available.
The county reported a total of 33,860 cases of COVID-19, or about 16.1 per 1,000 county residents. Of the total cases, 1,683 are considered possible cases.
In Tuarant County, 463 people were hospitalized Sunday with confirmed cases of the virus, and 22,083 people were cured, according to the county.
Collin County reported 215 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday. The latest numbers bring the county to a total of 7,654 cases, or about 7.4 per 1,000 inhabitants.
The death toll remained at 89.
There are 2,428 active cases, and 129 people are hospitalized. The county also reported that 5,137 people have been cured of the virus.
Denton County reported 58 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday, raising the county’s total to 7,644, or about 8.6 per 1,000 inhabitants.
The death toll for the county remained at 62.
There are 3,021 active cases, and a total of 4,561 people have recovered.
The Texas Department of Health Services has taken over reporting for several North Texas counties. Some of those counties may not report daily updates. The latest 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.
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