Dallas County Reports 771 More COVID-19 Cases Sunday; 572 Are From BacklogDallas County on Sunday reported 771 more cases of COVID-19, with 572 of them coming from a backlog in the state's reporting system.
Dallas County Reports 156 More COVID-19 Cases, 4 DeathsDallas County on Saturday reported 156 more cases of COVID-19, along with four additional deaths.
Dallas County Reports 355 More COVID-19 Cases Friday, Positivity Rate Down SlightlyDallas County on Friday reported 355 more COVID-19 cases, along with four additional deaths.
Dallas County Reports 458 New Coronavirus Cases, 1 Death"With the Governor increasing capacities, it will be more difficult to find indoor experiences with at least 6 foot distancing," said Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins.
Dallas County Reports 311 New Coronavirus Cases, 6 More DeathsOf the 311 new cases reported Wednesday, 86 came through the Texas Department of State Health Services' electronic laboratory reporting system and 13 were from previous months.
Dallas County Reports 190 New Coronavirus Cases, 3 More DeathsOf the 190 new cases reported Tuesday, 151 came through the Texas Department of State Health Services' electronic laboratory reporting system and 68 were from previous months.
Dallas County Reports 440 New Coronavirus Cases, 3 Deaths"It continues to be important with schools opening and businesses getting back on better footing for everyone to wear a mask and maintain six-foot social distancing," said Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins.
156 COVID-19 Cases, 3 More Deaths Reported In Dallas County SundayDallas County on Sunday reported 156 cases of COVID-19, along with three more deaths.
Dallas County Reports 160 COVID-19 Cases Saturday, 6 DeathsDallas County on Saturday reported 160 cases of COVID-19, along with six more deaths.
Dallas County Reports 259 New Coronavirus Cases At It Approaches 75KDallas County reported one additional death, a 78-year-old Sunnyvale woman who died in the hospital, but did not have underlying high risk health conditions.
West Nile Virus Continues To Be Issue In Dallas County Communities: 'This Season Is Worse Than Last Year'Dallas County health officials say West Nile virus continues to be a real issue in communities this year.