Dallas County reported 1,064 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, with one additional death. The past week saw a record 74 deaths due to the virus, The Dallas Morning News reports.
The past week experienced 20 percent of the 3,958 deaths in Texas due to COVID-19, as cases rise and hospitals fill up around the state, The Texas Tribune reports.
A new report from the University of North Texas Health Science Center says that wearing masks will be enough to avoid another shutdown in Texas after COVID-19 spread rapidly throughout June. Read on with The Dallas Morning News.
In Tarrant County, a new pilot program is testing 300 people a day for free on the city’s north side via partnership between the City of Fort Worth and Tarrant County. Learn more from NBCDFW.