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Here’s what we know about Covid-19 in your community and across Texas
In Your Community
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Dallas County

Population

2,586,552

Density

2965/sq mile

Median Income

$56,854

Confirmed Cases
9,787
+200 on Friday
Deaths
223
+1 on Friday
% Infected
0.3784%
Hospitalizations
182
Available Bed Capacity
98%
ICU Cases
52
Available ICU Capacity
94%
Ventilators
46
Available Vent. Capacity
96%
Data sources:
Last Updated at May 30, 2020 5:57 PM ET (updates daily)
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+100
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+10,000

Dallas County

Population

2,586,552

Density

2965/sq mile

Median Income

$56,854

Confirmed Cases
9,787
+200 on Friday
Deaths
223
+1 on Friday
% Infected
0.3784%
Hospitalizations
182
Available Bed Capacity
98%
ICU Cases
52
Available ICU Capacity
94%
Ventilators
46
Available Vent. Capacity
96%
Data sources:
Last Updated at May 30, 2020 5:57 PM ET (updates daily)
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Covid-19 in Texas
Governor

Greg Abbott

Population

27,885,195

Density

107/sq mile

Median Income

$59,570

Confirmed Cases
60,901
+506 on Friday
Deaths
1,619
+8 on Friday
% Infected
0.2184%
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Covid-19 in Texas
Governor

Greg Abbott

Population

27,885,195

Density

107/sq mile

Median Income

$59,570

Confirmed Cases
60,901
+506 on Friday
Deaths
1,619
+8 on Friday
% Infected
0.2184%
Statewide Closures
Easing Social Distancing
Yes
Emergency Declaration
Yes
Stay at Home Order
Lifted
Large Gatherings Ban
>10 People Prohibited
Bar & Restaurant Limits
Reopened to Dine-in Service with Capacity Limits
Primary Election Postponed
-
State-Mandated School Closures
Closed for School Year
Non-Essential Business Closures
All Non-Essential Businesses Permitted to Reopen with Reduced Capacity
Mandatory Quarantine for Travelers
Lifted
Data source:
Kaiser Family Foundation State Data & Policy Actions To Address Coronavirus
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Last Updated at May 28, 2020 12:06 AM ET (updates daily)
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Symptoms
  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Chills
  • Shaking with Chills
  • Muscle Pain
  • Sore Throat
  • Headache
  • Loss of Taste or Smell

People with Covid-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported - ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness. These symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus.


People who have the flu often feel some or all of these symptoms: Fever or feeling feverish/chills, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, muscle or body aches, headaches, fatigue/tiredness. These lists are not all inclusive. Please consult your medical provider for any other symptom that is severe or concerning.

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We want to hear how Covid-19 is affecting your day-to-day life. How are you practicing social distancing while remaining social? What concerns do you continue to have as health agencies respond to the crisis?
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Handshakes and other person to person contact
can spread Covid-19, which is why officials are advocating for social distancing of at least 6 feet.
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A cough or sneeze
could also cause exposure. Social distancing becomes even more critical if you’re experiencing any Covid-19 symptoms.
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Objects others have touched
can also spread Covid-19. This is why it’s important to wash your hands often.
Prevention

Social Distancing

Staying home and doing our part to ‘flatten the curve’ is critical to reducing the spread of Covid-19.
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Wash hands Frequently

It’s important that you keep your hands clean and avoid touching your face, nose, and mouth.
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Touch Common Surfaces

Avoid touching high-traffic surfaces like shopping carts, door knobs, and tissue dispensers.
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Help Your Community
Though staying inside and staying healthy are the most crucial ways to stave off this outbreak, CNN’s Impact Your World has compiled a list of donation opportunities and tips to help those affected by the crisis.
Arts & Culture
Contribute to financial security for artists by supporting musicians, actors, designers and the Broadway community.
Learn more
Education & Tech
Help the demand for low-cost computers so students can successfully complete distance learning.
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Homeless Communities
Learn how your donations can go toward safe shelter and nourishing meals for homeless individuals and families.
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Meals & Food Support
Stock food banks, provide home delivery and help chefs offer free meals for those in need.
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Medical Efforts
Help provide protective equipment for healthcare workers, replenish hospital supplies and give grants to first responders.
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Mental Health
Volunteer to be a crisis counselor or find out which hotlines can help you feel like you’re not alone.
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Refugees & International Relief
Provide clean water, hygiene products, job training and education to vulnerable families.
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Restaurants & Food Workers
Support micro-grants for small businesses and restaurant industry employees experiencing hardship.
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Seniors & Disabilities
Provide older adults and disabled individuals with critical medical supplies, food and mobility aids.
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Service Workers
Contribute to financial assistance for veterans and laid-off employees struggling to make ends meet.
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Small Businesses
Shop small, buy gift cards and contribute to small business relief funds.
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Underrepresented Communities
Donate emergency funds to vulnerable groups and help those aiding underserved communities.
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We want to hear how Covid-19 is affecting your day-to-day life. How are you practicing social distancing while remaining social? What concerns do you continue to have as health agencies respond to the crisis?
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