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COVID-19 Bulletin (09/28/20)

COVID-19 can be contained in aerosol particles, but they may not be infectious.

Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins reported 443 new cases over the weekend with 6 deaths on Saturday and Sunday combined. Hundreds of cases continue to roll in from previous months.

Tarrant County saw 301 new COVID-19 cases with two deaths on Thursday. 587 cases were reported, but 286 were from previous months due to backlogs, The Dallas Morning News reported.

UT Health San Antonio’s Dr. Fred Campbell said that while aerosol particles of the COVID-19 contain the virus, they don’t appear to be infectious, The Texas Standard reported.

Schools across North Texas have seen nearly 2,000 COVID-19 cases in the past week. More details and case breakdowns about individual school districts can be found at The Dallas Morning News.

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