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North Texas Plunges over 400,000 COVID Cases

North Texas has plunged over the 400,000 marks in Coronavirus cases.

Dallas county has more than 172,000 positive tests, Tarrant county just eclipsed 150,000, Collin county at more than 43,000, and Denton over 39,000.  The Dallas-Fort Worth area approached another 6,000 new cases of COVID-19, Thursday.

Dallas county health officials saw almost 1,800 new cases, Tarrant county over 3,100 infections, while Collin and Denton’s counties combined for 993 additional cases of Coronavirus.  The Metroplex saw another 23 deaths attributed to the pandemic, with 17 in Dallas County, 5 in Denton, and one fatality in Tarrant county.

The death toll in Dallas county sits at more than 1,600, Tarrant county nearly 1,500, while Collin and Denton’s counties have combined for 584 fatalities.

Texas is nearing 1.6 million cases and with 349 attributed deaths to COVID-19, Thursday, Texas has lost 27,437 residents.

Dallas county 172,165 positive tests (1,774 new), 1,628 deaths (17 new), 0.9% mortality rate

Tarrant county 150,004 positive tests (3,116 new), 1,494 deaths (1 new), 1% mortality rate

Collin county 43,368 positive tests (495 new), 370 deaths, 0.9% mortality rate

Denton county 39,182 positive tests (498 new), 214 deaths (5 new), 0.5% mortality rate

Metroplex 404,719 positive tests (5,883 new), 3,706 deaths (23 new), 0.9% mortality rate

Texas 1,551,250 positive tests (14,604 new), 27,437 deaths (349 new), 1.8% mortality rate

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