Texas adds 42 new coronavirus deaths, 1,081 more COVID-19 cases –

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Across Texas, an additional 1,081 coronavirus cases were reported on Saturday, including 973 new cases and 108 older cases recently reported by labs.

The state also reported 42 new deaths from COVID-19, bringing its death toll to 50,403.

Of the new cases, 762 were confirmed and 211 were probable. Of the oldest cases, 97 were confirmed and 11 were probable.

The state’s total number of cases is now 2,943,316, of which 2,516,781 are confirmed and 426,535 probable.

According to the state, 12,693,836 people in Texas have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine, while 10,215,608 – 42.4% of the state’s population aged 12 and older – are fully vaccinated.

Dallas County

Dallas County officials are not releasing numbers over the holiday weekend. Figures that would have been released on Saturday will be released next week.

As of Friday, the total number of cases in the county was 303,210 – 260,526 confirmed and 42,684 probable. The death toll was 4,053.

The average number of new daily cases in the county over the past two weeks is 121. For the previous 14-day period, the average was 183.

According to state data, 1,155,204 people in Dallas County have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine, while 902,065 – 41.4% of the county’s population aged 12 and over – are fully immune.

Tarrant County

Tarrant County officials did not release figures over the holiday weekend. Figures that would have been released on Saturday will be released next week.

As of Friday, the total number of cases in the county was 260,643 – 218,175 confirmed and 42,468 probable. The death toll was 3,505.

According to the state, 866,238 people in Tarrant County have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine, while 711,627 – 40.9% of the county’s population aged 12 and older – are fully immune.

Collin County

Collin County officials did not release figures over the holiday weekend. Figures that would have been reported on Saturday will be released next week.

The county’s total number of cases is 91,521, of which 75,111 are confirmed and 16,410 probable. The death toll is 833.

According to the state, 538,048 people in Collin County have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine, while 445,481 – 51.5% of the county’s population aged 12 and older – are fully vaccinated .

Denton County

Denton County is no longer releasing COVID-19 data over the weekend.

As of Friday, the county had reported 76,046 coronavirus cases – 55,823 confirmed and 20,223 probable. The death toll is 590.

According to the state, 419,486 people in Denton County have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine, while 352,912 – 47% of the county’s population aged 12 and older – are fully vaccinated.

Other counties

The Texas Department of State Health Services took over the reporting for these other North Texas counties. In some countries, new data may not be communicated every day. The latest numbers are:

  • Rockwall County: 11,652 cases (9,346 confirmed and 2,306 probable), 154 deaths.
  • Kaufman County: 16,250 cases (13,497 confirmed and 2,753 probable), 260 deaths.
  • Ellis County: 23,031 cases (19,049 confirmed and 3,982 probable), 316 deaths.
  • Johnson County: 19,951 cases (16,884 confirmed and 3,067 probable), 370 deaths.

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