Since Wednesday, the county reported: 1,760 offered healthcare facility beds and 429 readily available ventilators; of the 8,403 active cases, 555 of those individuals are hospitalized.
A county-wide executive order requiring the majority of people to wear face-coverings while inside location companies entered into effect at 6 p.m. June 26 and will stay in result until Aug. 4; Gov. Greg Abbott put a comparable state-wide order into effect on June 2 for counties with more than 20 cases.
Mondays new cases, for July 3-5, bring the overall variety of cases in Tarrant County given that March to 14,828. Cases for July 2, which amounted to 585, were reported Sunday, July 5.
Of the countys cases, 67% of those who have passed away were over the age of 65. Those aged 25 to 44 comprise the largest percentage of individuals with COVID-19 at 39%.
The new 7-day average through Monday is 441 cases per day; last Monday the 7-day average was 373 new cases per day.
” Remember, those numbers represent three days since you understand our folks have been working all the time, and after speaking with the administrator and he said, You know, can we provide our people off Friday and Saturday and I stated, Sure go right ahead.” explained Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley
With 2 new deaths also being reported, the number of deaths in the county associated to COVID-19 is now at 238. The most current victims consist of a female in her 70s from Arlington and a male in his 80s from Fort Worth. Both had underlying health conditions.
After not reporting brand-new cases or deaths for many of the July fourth holiday weekend, Tarrant County Public Health reports 820 brand-new COVID-19 cases Monday in addition to two deaths and 569 healings.
With 2 brand-new deaths also being reported, the variety of deaths in the county related to COVID-19 is now at 238. The most recent victims consist of a lady in her 70s from Arlington and a guy in his 80s from Fort Worth. Both had hidden health conditions.
After a 2 day hiatus in reporting, Tarrant County Public Health has updated its COVID-19 control panel to consist of an extra 585 brand-new cases and three deaths.
On Thursday, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued a compulsory face mask ordinance for all counties in the state of Texas that presently have more than 20 cases of COVID-19.
” I believe well see once again some quite high numbers tomorrow because it will take a couple days for all the labs to get the records back, the test results,” Whitley stated. “But I see a lot more individuals using masks, and thats encouraging to me since up till the governor put the order out on Thursday, and I put out the order the previous Thursday, we simply werent seeing folks, asked them and pled them to wear the masks and they just didnt do it.”
The county is also reporting 569 brand-new healings for a total of 6,187 survivors. There are currently 8,403 active, recognized cases in the county.