Texas again reports record number of COVID-19 deaths, local toll rises as well – KWTX

Coryell County reported 204 cases Thursday, 122 of which were active.
Seventy 8 patients have actually recovered.
The states count, which consists of Texas Department of Criminal Justice inmates, rose to 422 Thursday with 323 recoveries.

Of the total 134 cases were active and 394 clients had actually recuperated.
The county reported its 8th death from the infection on Wednesday.
Eleven patients were hospitalized on Wednesday.

(KWTX) – The state reported 129 more COVID-19 deaths, a one-day record, and 10,291 new cases of the infection Thursday while the Central Texas count rose by 239 to 7,566 and McLennan and Milam counties each reported brand-new deaths.
The total variety of confirmed cases in Texas increased to 292,656 Thursday.
The Texas Department of State Health Services says 133,158 of the cases are active and 155,937 clients have actually recuperated.
Nearly 3 million tests have actually been administered and the virus is present in 249 of the states 254 counties.

The overall number of clients with lab-confirmed cases of the infection in the 2 trauma regions that consist of many of Central Texas was 161.
The statewide death toll increased to 3,561 Thursday.
Fifty three individuals detected with the virus have actually now died including 15 in Bell County, 4 in Coryell County, one in Hamilton County, two in Hill County, one in Limestone County, 20 in McLennan County, 2 in Milam County, and 8 in Navarro County.

More than 30,000 tests have been administered in the county.
The state count, which consists of Fort Hood personnel who live on post, increased to 2,481 Thursday.
Fifteen Bell County locals have actually died, consisting of a Killeen male in his 50s in ICU died who passed away on April 8, a Temple guy in his 60s in intensive care who died on April 6 who died on April 6, a Temple woman in her 80s who had been diagnosed with the virus passed away on March 26; lady in her 90s who was a homeowner of West Inn Nursing and Rehabilitation whose death was announced on May 30; a citizen of Weston Inn Nursing and Rehabilitation whose death was revealed on June 3; a female in her 60s who was a citizen of Weston Inn whose death was reported on June 9, a woman in her 70s who was moved on June 1 from Weston Inn Nursing and Rehabilitation to Scott & & White Medical Center died on June 14; 2 guys in their 80s whose deaths were reported on June 17, both of whom were homeowners of Weston Inn Nursing & & Rehabilitation in Temple; a man in his 60s whose was reported on June 19 who likewise was a former local of Weston Inn; a female in her 50s with hidden conditions whose death was reported on June 22; a man in his 90s who died on June 25; a Killeen lady in her 80s whose death was reported on June 29; a Bell County man in his 20s who died outside of the county whose death was reported on July 10, and a Bell County man in his 70s whose death was reported on July 15.

Three prison employee and a patrol deputy tested favorable for the infection over the weekend.
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Bell County reported 86 brand-new cases, increasing the countys total to 2,461.
A total of 764 patients have recuperated.
” You are most likely to see recoveries jump in the coming days as a great deal of individuals are entering their healing duration at the same time,” Bell County Public Health District Director Amanda Robison-Chadwell stated Thursday.
” We utilize a time based recovery technique. If it has been at least 14 days given that the case was reported and the person has actually not passed or is not hospitalized then they are considered recuperated.”

The county reported its 20 death from the virus Thursday.
The 87-year-old white female passed away late on Wednesday at a regional long term care facility.
Nineteen citizens have died earlier including a 44-year-old male who passed away on June 23 in a local healthcare facility; a 66-year-old resident whose death was announced on April 22; a 61-year old McLennan County man whom a neighbor found dead on April 8, a 46-year-old male with no obvious underlying problems who died June 18 in a Waco health center, a 53-year-old Hispanic guy who died on June 28 at a regional hospital; an 89-year-old Caucasian man who passed away on June 29 at a regional health center; an 87-year-old Hispanic man who passed away June 29 at a regional hospital; a 62-year-old Hispanic female and a 77-year-old African American male whose deaths were reported on July 4, and a 71-year-old Hispanic woman; a 76-year-old African American guy whose deaths were reported on July 6; a 72-year-old Caucasian male whose death was reported on July 8; a 41-year-old black lady whose death was reported on July 9; a 93-year-old white lady who died on July 11 at a regional medical facility; a 42-year-old black lady who died July 12 at a regional medical facility; a 73-year-old white guy who passed away on July 13 at his house, and an 87-year-old white lady who died on July 14 at a local medical facility.
G.W. Carver Middle School Principal Phillip Perry, died of problems from the virus on March 31 and a 69-year-old man died on April 9 at a regional healthcare facility.

The virus has actually claimed 4 lives in the county consisting of a Copperas Cove guy in his 70s who passed away on April 9 at Advent Hospital in Killeen, to which he was admitted on April 2; a Copperas Cove male in his 60s who was detected with the infection on April 5; a Copperas Cove guy whose death was reported on July 8, and a Gatesville man in his 60s whose death was reported on July 12.
Limestone County reported 110 cases Thursday.
Forty eight clients have actually recovered, according to the Department of State Health Services.

Statewide, 10,457 patients with lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 were hospitalized Thursday.
The Associated Presss reported groups of doctors and nurses from the Army and New York have actually descended on Houston as the city struggles to handle a surge of coronavirus cases and hospitalizations.
An 86-person Army team of medical professionals, nurses, and support personnel worked Thursday to take over a wing of United Memorial Medical Center, a small north Houston hospital,
A group of medical professionals and nurses from New York got here last weekend in Houston to assist establish screening sites at two churches,” to help it treat COVID-19 clients,” New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo stated.

According to the current figures Thursday, Bosque County was reporting 46 cases including 13 who have actually recovered; Falls County had 60 cases with 28 recoveries; Freestone County reported 91 cases with 26 recoveries; Hamilton County reported 39 with one death and 17 healings; Hill County reported 182 with 2 deaths and 62 healings; Lampasas County had 44 cases with 18 healings; Leon County reported 107 cases, with 27 recoveries; Milam County reported 203 cases with 2 deaths and 142 recoveries; Mills County, reported seven cases and one healing; Robertson County had 132 cases with 24 recoveries; and San Saba County had 10 cases with four healings.
The variety of recoveries the Texas Department of State Health Services reported Wednesday was lower than in previous reports.,
One inmate in the Milam County Jail, who was designated kitchen area duties, has evaluated positive for the virus.
The inmate was quarantined and then tested after developing a low-grade fever.

McLennan County reported 96 new cases Thursday, increasing the countys overall to 3,096.
Of that number, 1,292 cases are active and 1,784 patients have recuperated.
Sixty 7 clients, 52 of them McLennan County homeowners, were hospitalized Thursday, 10 of them on ventilators.
The new cases include three residents 10 or younger; six residents who range in age from 11 to 19; 20 residents in their 20s; 17 locals in their 30s; 16 locals in their 40s; 17 residents in their 50s, and 12 locals who are 60 or older.

One local has actually passed away.
A Mexia female in her late 50s to early 60s with underlying health conditions passed away on March 31 at Parkview Regional Hospital in Mexia after she was detected with COVID-19.
Navarro County reported 536 cases Thursday, an increase of 24.