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Texas 'wide open for business' despite surge in Covid-19 cases | Texas | The GuardianFour months into the pandemic a mandatory mask order is in place in the state, but some worry it’s too little, too late

Texas 'wide open for business' despite surge in Covid-19 cases | Texas | The Guardian

Texas State’s COVID-19 dashboard reports July 31 an additional student tested positive for COVID-19. According to the dashboard, a total of 106 students and 25 faculty and staff members have tested positive for COVID-19. The University Star will continue to provide COVID-19 updates as any additional information is released. Individuals concerned about possible exposure to COVID-19 are...Texas State’s COVID-19 dashboard reports July 31 an additional student tested positive for COVID-19. According to the dashboard, a total of 106 students and 25 faculty and staff members have tested positive for COVID-19. The University Star will continue to provide COVID-19 updates as any additional information is released. Individuals concerned about possible exposure to COVID-19 are...

Texas State reports additional student COVID-19 case – The University Star

The state reported coronavirus 3,315 deaths and 252,884 cases in July.In July, the state reported coronavirus 3,315 deaths and 252,884 cases. Both totals in July were more than all other months of the pandemic combined.

July 31 coronavirus cases in Texas | khou.com

Some counties in our region have death rates that exceed those in more-populated counties, based on the number of deaths per 5,000 population.Some counties in our region have death rates that exceed those in more-populated counties, based on the number of deaths per 5,000 population.

COVID-19 death rates in some less-populated Central Texas counties run higher than larger counties | kvue.com

Hunt County added 27 COVID-19 cases Thursday night, while the county’s death toll from the virus has risen to 20 victims, even as the county and state officials dispute theHunt County added 27 COVID-19 cases Thursday night, while the county’s death toll from the virus has risen to 20 victims, even as the county and state officials dispute the

Hunt County adds 27 COVID-19 cases, disputed death toll now 20 victims | Covid-19 | heraldbanner.com

COVID-19 began to unfold in Texas around March, and since then, coronavirus cases continue to increase. This is a timeline of the state's response to the public health crisis over time.We put together a timeline of the state's efforts to protect public health during the pandemic, and how those restrictions changed over time.

Coronavirus Texas: How the state government's response to COVID-19 has changed since March | abc13.com

The death toll from the coronavirus in Texas came into sharper focus this past week, as health officials added several hundred more fatalities to a tally that now exceeds 6,000.The jump came as the Texas Department of State Health Services shifted to death certificates listing COVID-19 as the cause of death, as a data source, instead of local health reports. State officials said the move provides a more accurate picture of the human toll of the disease.But the lag time in receiving deathThe death toll from the coronavirus in Texas came into sharper focus this past week, as health officials added several hundred more fatalities to a tally that now exceeds 6,000. The jump came as the Texas Department of State Health Services shifted to death certificates listing COVID-19 as the cause of death, as a data source, instead of local health reports. State officials said the move provides a more accurate picture of the human toll of the disease. But the lag time in receiving death

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As the Texas Department of State Health Services works to correct its reporting system, more COVID-19 deaths are being reflected for Liberty County. As of Thursday, July 30, Liberty County now has …

More COVID-19 deaths reported for Liberty County; count now stands at 24 | Bluebonnet News

At least 100 Central Texas residents diagnosed with COVID-19 have died, according to figures released Friday afternoon, and the number of residents confirmed to have the virus is approaching 11,000.At least 100 Central Texas residents diagnosed with COVID-19 have died, according to figures released Friday afternoon, and the number of residents confirmed to have the virus is approaching 11,000.

Central Texas COVID-19 death toll rises to at least 100

Three hundred seventy six residents in Kerr County were infected with the coronavirus since the start of the pandemic and seven county residents were hospitalized with the virus as ofThree hundred seventy six residents in Kerr County were infected with the coronavirus since the start of the pandemic and seven county residents were hospitalized with the virus as of

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The way in which COVID-19 statistics are collected and reported has changed since tracking began in March.The way in which COVID-19 statistics are collected and reported has changed since tracking began in March.

A closer look at the COVID-19 numbers: How are coronavirus cases counted? | wfaa.com

The Texas Department of State Health and Human Services are now looking at death certificates to count COVID-19 related deaths.The Texas Department of State Health and Human Services are now looking at death certificates to count COVID-19 related deaths.

Texas Department of Health changes COVID-19 related death count

The state’s rolling rate of positive tests remained steady Friday at 12.12%, up fractionally from Thursday.The state’s rolling rate of positive tests remained steady Friday at 12.12%, up fractionally from Thursday.

Texas Reports More Than 8,800 New Coronavirus Cases, Nearly 300 More Deaths – CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

On Thursday, the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) acknowledged that an automated error had mistakenly attributed hundreds of deaths to the China-originated novel coronavirus that were not directly linked to the virus, adding that the department has revised the death count accordingly. “DSHS corrects COVID-19 fatality counts for the week of July 27,” the […]On Thursday, the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) acknowledged that an automated error had mistakenly attributed hundreds of deaths to the China-originated novel coronavirus that were not directly linked to the virus, adding that the department has revised the death count accordingly. “DSHS corrects COVID-19 fatality counts for the week of July 27,” the […]

Texas Downgrades COVID Death Toll After Error Wrongly Attributes Hundreds Of Deaths To COVID | The Daily Wire