Currently, 1,197 people are hospitalized for COVID-19 in Dallas County hospitals, down from the record 1,226 hospitalizations the day before.
Dallas County health officials reported 2,994 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, and 405 were thought likely to be due to antigen testing.
There are currently 1,197 COVID-19 hospitals in Dallas County hospitals, down from a record 1,226 hospitalizations on Monday.
There were 21 new confirmed deaths reported on Wednesday.
These include Dallas women in their 40s, Glen Heights men in their 40s, Dallas men in their 50s, Richardson women in their 50s, Grand Prairie men in their 50s, Dallas men in their 60s, 60. Grand Prairie man in his 60s, Dallas woman in his 60s, Irving man in his 60s, Richardson man in his 60s, Garland man in his 70s, Dallas man in his 70s, her 70s , Three Dallas men in their 80s, Carolton men in their 80s, DeSoto women in their 80s, and Dallas men in their 90s.
A Duncanville man in his 70s also died, but he did not have a fundamentally high-risk health condition.
County health officials also reported over the past 30 days, with 7,310 COVID-19 cases reported in school-age children and staff, from 674 separate kindergarten-to-high school schools in Dallas County. Of these cases, 1,842 were reported in the last week of December. ..
Tarrant County reports 15 confirmed deaths
Tarrant County Public Health reported 15 COVID-19 deaths on Wednesday.
These include a Pantego man in the 90’s, two women in Arlington in the 90’s, a Mansfield woman in the 90’s, a Bedford man and woman in the 80’s, a Fortworth man in the 80’s, and a woman in Richland Hills. It is included. Women from Arlington in their 80s and 70s, men and women from Fort Worth in their 70s, women from Fort Worth in their 60s, women from North Richland Hills in their 60s, women from Hurst in their 60s, and men from Arlington in their 60s. .. All but three had underlying health.
County health officials also added 2,286 new cases on Wednesday, bringing the county’s total to 183,080 since follow-up began in March.
Currently, 1,446 people are admitted to the Tarrant County hospital with COVID-19.
Denton County adds 650 new cases
Denton County reported 650 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, bringing the county’s total to 44,808 since follow-up began in March.
Currently, 231 people are admitted to the county hospital with COVID-19. The current record occurred on Sunday, when there were 235 hospitalizations.
COVID-19 patients currently account for 25% of the total hospital capacity in Denton County.
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COVID-19 Update: Dallas County Adds About 3,000 New Cases
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