Dallas County reported three-day totals of three COVID-19 deaths and 1,453 new coronavirus cases Tuesday.
County Judge Clay Jenkins said in a written statement that many of the county’s beds filled by coronavirus patients are now occupied by people in their 20s to 40s. Jenkins noted that that age group roughly corresponds to the ages of parents whose children will soon be going back to school, and asked residents to cooperate with school districts that encourage children to wear masks on campus.
“We’re all tired of COVID and we’re all tired of the fight, but we cannot give up now” he said.
Of the new cases, 1,296 were confirmed and 157 were probable. The numbers bring the county’s overall case total to 314,372, including 269,408 confirmed and 44,964 probable. The death toll is 4,186. More information about the spike in the Dallas County coronavirus cases can be found in this recent article of The Dallas Morning News.
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