Tarrant County Report 6 COVID-19 Deaths; 7-day new case average drops for fourth straight day – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Another six people have died after contracting COVID-19 in Tarrant County, according to the county health department announcing an additional 836 new infections on Wednesday with more than 675 current hospitalizations. is.

The six latest deaths include a woman in her 80s and a man in her 60s in Arlington; A man from the North Richland Hills in the 90s, a man in the 60s was from unauthorized Tarant County, and a man in the 80s and a man in the 40s, both from Fort Worth. All had underlying health conditions.

In addition to the latest cases, the total number of infections in Tarrant County has risen to 27,151 since the trial began in March. The county’s 7-day average on Wednesday is 516 cases per day, for the fourth straight day.

The county is also reporting 53 recoveries on Wednesday, bringing the total number of survivors to 13,613. The county currently has an estimated 13,183 active cases.

As of Wednesday, the county reported 676 COVID-19 hospitalizations, 56 more than the day before.

In county cases, 68% of those who died were over 65 years of age. People between the ages of 25 and 44 make up the largest percentage of 39% of people with COVID-19.


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