Two more people have died of COVID-19 in Marshall County.
Dallas County reached previous daily record highs this week with 1,974 on Friday, Nov. 20, 1,860 new cases on Thursday, Nov. 19 and 1,831 on Monday, Nov. 16. That coupled with the 80 new cases and 113 negative tests bring s the pandemic totals to 4,317 cases, 2,036 of which remain active, 2,252 recoveries, and 22,265 negative tests.More news: Sia's movie slammed for portrayal of autism, singer blasts critic
Ravalli County Public Health Director Tiffany Webber said in the latest update that the county is seeing community spread of COVID-19 and that "public health resources are overwhelmed", due to the number of cases being seen. All nine patients had been hospitalized and had underlying high risk health conditions.
192 patients are now hospitalized for COVID-19 in the Northeast Region of Hospitals, which is up by 4, however, the percentage of ICU beds in use did go down 1% to 85%.More news: Actor's audition goes viral when director comments on his "tiny apartment"
John Hopkins University data as of Saturday showed 12,051,253 cases and 255,588 deaths have been reported in the U.S. The data showed 57,985,648 cases and 1,378,567 deaths have been reported globally. According to the report, this update is now managed by Collin County Health Care Services, not the State of Texas.
Four new COVID-19 deaths, bringing the total number of COVID-19 deaths to 23 in Jackson County.More news: Floyd Mayweather Slams Logan Paul After Disrespectful Interview