Deadliest Day In The US Pandemic - More Than 4,000 COVID-19 Deaths Reported On ThursdayFor the first time on Thursday, U.S. officials recorded more than 4,000 COVID-19 deaths -- the most virus-related deaths the country has had in one day since the pandemic's start.
Texas Breaks COVID-19 Hospitalization Rate For 5th Consecutive DayHospitals in Texas keep reaching new highs in the number of coronavirus cases. For the fifth day in a row the state broke the record for the number of hospitalized COVID patients.
Record Breaking Numbers Continue In Texas As New Coronavirus Hospitalizations Pass 12,000The morbid milestones continue in Texas as the state surpassed 12,000 patients hospitalized with COVID-19 on Thursday, setting a new record high for the fourth consecutive day.
Dallas County Sees Record High For New COVID-19 Cases With 2,438, Dozen More Deaths"Today’s number of 2,438 cases is 250 more new cases than we have ever experienced in any one day," said Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins.
Denton County Reports Record Daily High For Coronavirus Cases, HospitalizationsDenton County Public Health announced 294 new cases of COVID-19 in Denton County on Wednesday, Nov. 11, of which 176 are active cases.
US Firearms Purchases Spike During Pandemic, According To FBI RecordsBackground checks associated with the sale, transfer or permitting of firearms in the country set an all-time record in June when the FBI conducted more than 3.9 million checks.
Texas Sets Single-Day Record For Coronavirus Deaths For 3rd Day In A RowTexas reported 174 more COVID-19-related deaths on Friday. The state also reported 10,256 new cases which is a little lower than Thursday.
Dallas Fire-Rescue Reports 11 Out Of 13 Members Positive For Coronavirus Have RecoveredDallas Fire-Rescue has reported that 11 out of 13 members who have tested positive for the coronavirus have recovered and returned to work.
Dallas County Reports Record High Coronavirus Diagnoses As Businesses ReopenAs of 11 a.m. May 1, DCHHS reported 187 additional cases of COVID-19, bringing the total case count in Dallas County to 3,718, including 106 deaths.