Four guys are amongst the most current victims in the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Tarrant County Public Health who likewise confirmed the addition of 103 new cases Thursday– the largest single-day boost in the county up until now.
The 4 deaths confirmed Thursday include four men including two men in their 40 s from Fort Worth and Mansfield and two men in their 60 s from Fort Worth and an unincorporated part of the county.
Tarrant County now has 34 confirmed deaths connected to the COVID-19 break out.
” These deaths continue to remind us that we are faced with a deadly disease,” saidTarrant County Public Health Director Vinny Taneja. “As we suffer these losses we also are mindful of how crucial it is for us to continue our efforts to manage the spread of this fatal infection.”
The 103 new cases confirmed Thursday is the biggest single-day dive in the county so far and consists of large boosts in Arlington and Fort Worth with minor increases in other places in the county. The county also confirmed Thursday an overall of 168 healings.
On Wednesday, the county confirmed 61 brand-new cases for an overall of 990 infections.
Map places are approximate, central areas for the city and are not indicated to show where real contaminated people live.
County totals below consist of all 32 North Texas counties, not simply Collin, Dallas, Denton and Tarrant.