US Reports More COVID-19 Cases In The Last Two Weeks Than It Did For All Of JuneIn the past two weeks, the US recorded more than 915,000 new cases of coronavirus -- that's more than the cases reported across the country for the entire month of June.
Texas Surpasses 4,000 Coronavirus Deaths, Daily Number Of New Cases DropsTexas reported more than 7,400 confirmed new cases and at least 62 new deaths on Monday.
Texas Confirms Record Number Of Coronavirus Cases And HospitalizationsThe state recorded 10,569 people hospitalized with COVID-19 on Tuesday.
More Than 10,000 Texans Hospitalized With CoronavirusState health officials reported 5,655 new COVID-19 cases and 43 more deaths on Monday.
Health Expert: Contact Tracing No Longer Possible Across US South Due To Rapid Coronavirus SurgesAlong with 1,214 new cases, Dallas County reported a 16% increase in new hospitalizations Monday.
Dallas Woman In Her 20s With No Underlying Health Conditions Among 7 New Coronavirus Deaths In CountyDallas County reported 544 additional positive COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, bringing the total case count in Dallas County to 21,882.
More Than Half Of Dallas County's New Coronavirus Cases In Last Month Are Younger PeopleDallas County and the other large counties in Texas are seeing more younger people, between 18 and 40, diagnosed with the virus.
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 Reports Another Death, 224 Additional Positive COVID-19 CasesHealth officials are reporting another death from the coronavirus and 224 additional positive cases in Dallas. 
Coronavirus In Texas: 10 New COVID-19 Cases Confirmed In DentonDenton County Public Health confirms ten more people have tested positive for the coronavirus. 
Coronavirus In Texas: Denton County Reports 12 New Cases, 5 More RecoveriesThe cumulative, countywide total is now 725 confirmed COVID-19 cases.