New Coronavirus Contact Tracing System Launched In Dallas County"It's very difficult to keep up with numbers, but this is a tool that is helping us to accomplish this."
Dallas County Reports 403 New Coronavirus Cases, 6 More DeathsDallas County Judge Clay Jenkins is advising people to reconsider visiting businesses where a mask cannot be worn at all times.
Dallas County Reports 391 New Coronavirus Cases; Judge Jenkins Calls For Renewed Restrictions To Curb SpreadAn increasing proportion of COVID-19 cases in Dallas County are being diagnosed in young adults between 18 to 39.
Dallas County Reports 400+ New Coronavirus Cases For First Time, 9 More DeathsMore than 17 confirmed COVID-19 cases in children and staff have been reported from nine separate childcare facilities during the past week.
Dallas County Approaching 15K Coronavirus Cases, 300 DeathsDallas County Health and Human Services reported Tuesday 306 additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the total case count in Dallas County to 14,843.
Mosquitoes Test Positive For West Nile Virus In MesquiteThe mosquito traps were collected from the 75149 zip code.
Some Dallas Protesters Taking Extra Precautions During Coronavirus Pandemic And Getting Tested"When I decided to go protest, I had already put it in my mind to get tested," said Anita Harris.
Coronavirus Case Count Rising In Reopened Texas: 'It's Definitely Of Great Concern'While many have grown weary with shelter-in-place restrictions, health experts insist they work.
With Increased Testing, Another Record Day For New Coronavirus Cases In Dallas CountyDallas County Health and Human Services reported 312 new COVID-19 cases Thursday, another single-day record in the county.
Dallas County Seeing 'Trend Of Significant Increase' In New Coronavirus Cases (298), Deaths (10)"It is more important than ever that you avoid large crowds and keep 6 feet apart when you are outside of your home," said Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins.
Dallas County Hits Single-Day High For New Coronavirus Cases With 285"We’ve seen a significant increase this week for the average number of daily cases from last week," said Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins.