Texas Nears 33,000 Deaths From COVID, DSHS Reports 450 New Fatalities On January 20Hospitalizations from the novel coronavirus continue to surge across Texas. On Wednesday, state health officials reported 450 new COVID-19 deaths as fatalities rapidly mount.
Texas Reports New Record High For COVID-19 HospitalizationsTexas hit a new record high for COVID-19 hospitalizations Sunday, as a surge of the virus continued to strain state medical resources following holiday travel and gatherings.
COVID-19 Hospitalizations In Texas Fall But Remain Near Summer PeakTexas' state health department reported there were 10,773 patients hospitalized with confirmed cases of COVID-19.
Over 9,800 Hospitalized With COVID-19 In Texas As More Vaccines On The WayThe Texas Department of State Health Services reported Sunday that 9,856 people with COVID-19 were hospitalized across the state.
Texas Adds 8,436 New COVID-19 Cases Sunday, Hospitalizations Just Under 9,000Texas reported 8,436 new cases of the coronavirus and 92 additional deaths on Sunday as hospitalizations hovered just under 9,000.
North Texas Businesses Forced To Roll Back To 50% Occupancy, Elective Surgeries HaltedDue to high hospitalization rates in North Texas, the state has determined the DFW Metroplex and other surrounding counties must go back to a 50% occupancy at businesses and halt elective surgeries.
Texas Gov. Abbott Requests Use Of Army Medical Center For Non-COVID Patients In El Paso During Current SurgeTexas Gov. Greg Abbott has requested authorization to use an Army medical center for non-COVID patients in El Paso due to a current surge in cases and hospitalizations in the area.
El Paso Area Sees Largest Number Of COVID-19 Hospitalizations Since Pandemic BeganThe El Paso, Texas area has reported its highest number of hospitalizations due to the coronavirus since the pandemic began, officials said on Sunday.
Gov. Abbott: Additional Help Sent To West Texas Area After Rise In COVID-19 HospitalizationsAdditional help is being sent to West Texas as some areas see a rise in COVID-19 hospitalizations, according to Gov. Greg Abbott.