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COVID-19 Bulletin (11/03/20)

COVID-19 cases rise across the state. Dallas saw over 1,500 new cases due to cases from an outpatient network.

Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins reported 1,516 new COVID-19 cases, with two deaths. There was one case from a former month and deaths of men in their 40s and 50s. The large numbers were reported from a large outpatient network that just started reporting cases electronically.

Over 4,000 Texans were diagnosed with COVID-19 on Sunday, with an increase in nearly 500 hospitalized patients, The Texas Tribune reported.

There were 570 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Tarrant County on Monday with no new deaths. The county has now seen over 68,800 cases since the beginning of the pandemic, KERA News reported.

El Paso set up its fourth mobile morgue unit on Sunday following a major surge in COVID-19 cases. The update follows the areas two-week shutdown and closure of non-essential businesses, FOX News reported.


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