Statewide, another 16,392 coronavirus cases and 308 COVID-19 deaths were reported on Thursday.
Texas has currently reported 1,653,522 cases and 26,208 deaths.
Of the new cases, 12,783 have been confirmed, and 3,609 are possible. The state reported 1,464,556 confirmed cases and 188,966 probable cases.
The state also added 517 confirmed earlier confirmed cases and 155 older possible cases recently reported by the laboratory.
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According to the state’s information center, on Thursday, 20.52% of patients in the hospital area covering the D-FW area were COVID-19 patients.
As of Wednesday, the 7-day average positive rate of molecular tests across the state was 34.78%, based on the date of sample collection. State health officials say the use of data based on the time people are checked can provide the most accurate positive rate.
For the antigen test, the positive rate over the same period was 9.43%.
Officials said that due to the holiday, Dallas County will not resume reporting COVID-19 data until Saturday.
On Wednesday, the county reported a record 2,512 coronavirus cases and more than 30 COVID-19 deaths.
The county recorded 160,189 confirmed cases and 19,229 probable cases. It also recorded 1,544 deaths from COVID-19.
Dallas County officials did not report the recovery rate and pointed out that the Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention did not use the indicator.
In the 24 hours as of Tuesday, 972 COVID-19 patients in the county hospital received emergency care. During the same period, there were 562 emergency room visits with disease symptoms.
Saturday’s numbers will include data processed on Wednesday night, and Sunday’s reports will include COVID-19 data on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
According to the county’s information center, Tarrant County health officials did not release data on Thursday, nor did they release data on Friday or Saturday.
On Wednesday, the county reported 1,702 coronavirus cases and 11 new deaths.
The county has recorded 135,793 cases, including 118,641 confirmed cases, 17,152 probable cases, and 99,752 recovered cases. The death toll was 1,389.
As of Wednesday, 1,168 people have been hospitalized due to the virus.
The state added 901 coronavirus cases to the total in Collin County on Thursday, bringing the total to 44,070. Five new COVID-19 deaths were also reported, bringing the county’s death toll to 345.
There is no detailed information about the latest victim.
Among the new cases, 797 cases have been confirmed, and 104 cases are possible. Collin County recorded 39,876 confirmed cases and 4,194 probable cases.
According to national data, the county has 4,222 active virus cases and 35,654 cases of recovery have been recorded.
The county’s coronavirus dashboard only recorded the total number of hospitalizations, which was 457.
Denton County did not release new data on Thursday, and did not resume publishing new coronavirus data until Saturday.
The county reported 751 coronavirus cases on Wednesday, with three deaths, and so far there have been 36,303 COVID-19 cases, of which 12,100 are active and 24,016 are recovering. The death toll is 187.
According to the county’s data, 158 COVID-19 patients were hospitalized on Wednesday.
The Texas State Department of Health Services has taken over reporting for other counties in North Texas. In some counties, new data may not be reported every day.
The latest figures are:
- Rockwall County: 5658 cases (4696 confirmed cases, 962 possible cases), 48 deaths.
- Kaufman County: 8,519 cases (7,427 confirmed cases, possibly 1,092 cases), 111 deaths.
- Ellis County: 11,961 cases (10,537 confirmed cases, possibly 1,424 cases), 156 deaths.
- Johnson County: 10073 cases (8,908 confirmed cases, 1,165 possible cases), 145 deaths.
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