Texas — According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as of Monday, there have been 666,440 deaths from COVID-19 in the United States since the pandemic, of which more than 60,000 have occurred in Texas.
As of Monday, the Texas Department of Health has reported 60,784 deaths in the state.
However, researchers at Johns Hopkins University have killed 61,960 people in Texas.
The good news is that the number of cases and hospitalizations have dropped significantly in the last few weeks.
On Sunday, the State Department of Health reported 2,216 new confirmed cases of the virus, 219 new possible cases, and 110 new deaths.
Only a few weeks ago, new cases of the virus in Texas regularly exceeded 20,000 per day.
Currently, 11,838 Texas people are being treated for the virus in hospitals. Of these, 8,027 are adults in general beds, 3,554 are adults in the intensive care unit, and 257 are pediatric patients.
Texas currently has 304 manned adult ICU beds available and 86 manned pediatric ICU beds available.
Texas is over 60,000 COVID-19 deaths
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