COVID-19 continues its grim record-setting pace in Texas – KSAT San Antonio

AUSTIN, Texas– The brand-new coronavirus continues to cut its record-setting swath through Texas as state officials reported a record 10,351 brand-new cases for the day Saturday.
That brought the overall cases of COVID-19, the health problem brought on by the infection, to just over a quarter-million dating to the start of tracking in early March.
The real number of cases Arkansas though is likely greater due to the fact that many individuals have actually not been checked, and research studies recommend people can be contaminated and not feel ill.
A record 10,083 COVID-19 clients are hospitalized, while 99 brand-new deaths were reported Saturday. The overall is second just to the record 105 reported Thursday and brought the states overall death toll to 3,112.
Harris County had the most active cases with practically 27,000, with Dallas County coming in a distant 2nd with almost 13,000.
For the majority of people, the brand-new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough that clean up in 2 to 3 weeks. For some, particularly older adults and people with existing illness, it can trigger more severe disease, including pneumonia and death.

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