COVID-19 Bulletin (05/27/20)

Despite lower case numbers, Dallas' hospitalization and ICU rates remain static.

Dallas County continues its trend of under 200 new cases per day on Tuesday, adding 190 and two deaths. But Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins says that other measures such as hospitalizations and ICU admissions have remained flat. The Dallas Morning News has more.

Homeless shelters have become another hot spot for the spread of COVID-19, and cities are looking to spread them out by putting them in hotels and adding space to the shelters. Local shelter Dallas Life had 38 residents test positive for the virus. Learn more from the Texas Tribune.

After studying 16 women who tested positive for COVID-19 and gave birth during the pandemic, researchers at Northwestern University found that the mothers are more likely to have damaged blood vessels, though the babies are all doing well. NBCDFW has more.

The DMN sat down with two medical experts about how to keep safe during COVID-19 as more and more people venture out. They discuss what makes this virus unique, who is impacted by the disease and more.



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