COVID-19 Bulletin (09/24/20)

Dallas saw 348 cases on Wednesday amid school outbreaks in Keller ISD.

Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins reported 348 COVID-19 cases on Wednesday with two deaths. Deaths included two men in their 50s and 70s with underlying high-risk health conditions.

Keller ISD saw 34 positive COVID-19 cases this week, causing over 300 students to be sent home and asked to quarantine. The large number of cases lead one high school to temporarily close in-person instruction, The Dallas Morning News reported.

Tarrant County reported five COVID-19 deaths on Wednesday, including individuals from their 50s to 90s, Fort Worth Business Press reported.

As COVID-19 trial vaccine progress is made, private businesses discuss the conflicts behind of mandatory COVID-19 vaccination for employees, The Dallas Morning News reported.


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