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COVID-19 updates: Tarrant County reports 24 additional deaths

The county has confirmed more than 2,000 deaths since tracking began in March.

After reaching the grim milestone of more than 2,000 deaths over the weekend, Tarrant County officials confirmed an additional 24 deaths on Monday. 

The county also reported 1,260 new cases, as hospitalizations dropped below 1,300 for the first time since Dec. 27. 

The deaths ranged from three Arlington residents in their 50s to six people over the age of 90.

The deaths included: 

  • A woman and man from Arlington over 90
  • Two women and a man from Watauga over 90
  • A woman from North Richland Hills over 90
  • Two women and a man from Arlington in their 80s
  • A man from Haltom City in his 80s
  • A man from Fort Worth in his 70s
  • A man from Arlington in his 70s
  • Two men and a woman from North Richland Hills in their 70s
  • Two men from North Richland Hills in their 60s
  • A woman from Arlington in her 60s
  • A man from Fort Worth in his 60s
  • A man from Hurst in his 60s
  • A man from Fort Worth in his 50s
  • Two men and a woman from Arlington in their 50s

Two of those who died had no underlying health conditions, officials said.

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Dallas County reports 1,698 new cases and 22 new deaths

Another 22 people were reported dead from coronavirus in Dallas County Monday, bringing the county's total death toll to 2,030 since tracking began in March.

The county also reported 1,698 new cases, 222 of which are probable, county officials said.

There is a cumulative total of 219,515 confirmed cases and a cumulative total of 29,003 probable cases in the county.

The 22 people reported dead Monday ranged from a Dallas man in his 40s found dead in his home to three county residents in their 90s. All but two had underlying high-risk health conditions, officials said.

They are:

  • A Dallas man in his 40s who was found dead at home
  • A Dallas man in his 50s who had been hospitalized
  • An Irving woman in her 50s who had been critically ill in an area hospital
  • A Dallas man in his 60s who died in hospice and was a resident of a long-term care facility
  • A Dallas man in his 60s who had been critically ill in an area hospital
  • A Dallas man in his 60s who was found dead at home
  • A Dallas man in his 60s who had been critically ill in an area hospital 
  • A Dallas man in his 70s who had been critically ill in an area hospital 
  • A Dallas man in his 70s who had been critically ill in an area hospital
  • A Dallas man in his 70s who had been critically ill in an area hospital
  • A Mesquite  woman in her 70s who had been hospitalized
  • A Dallas man in his 70s who had been hospitalized
  • A Richardson man in his 70s who died in hospice and was a resident of a long-term care facility and did not have underlying high-risk conditions
  • A Dallas woman in her 70s who had been critically ill in an area hospital
  • A Dallas man in his 80s who was a resident of a long-term care facility and had been critically ill in an area hospital
  • A Garland man in his 80s who had been hospitalized
  • A Dallas man in his 80s who had been hospitalized
  • A Dallas woman in her 80s who died in hospice and was a resident of a long-term care facility
  • A Dallas man in his 80s who had been hospitalized
  • A Dallas man in his 90s who died in a long-term care facility
  • A DeSoto woman in her 90s who had been hospitalized
  • A Coppell woman in her 90s who was a resident of a long-term care facility and had been hospitalized

Denton County reports 11 new deaths, 629 more cases

Almost 300 residents in Denton County have died of COVID-19, officials said, after 11 more were confirmed Monday. 

So far, county officials said there have been 294 deaths due to coronavirus. 

In addition, the county reported 629 new cases, bringing its total to 50,439 since tracking began in March 2020.

The deaths Monday included:  

  • A Plano man and three women over 80 who were residents of Prestonwood Court
  • A man over 80 who was a resident of Anthology Denton
  • A Denton man over 80 
  • Two women over 80 who was a resident of Good Samaritan Society Denton Village
  • A Flower Mound man in his 60s
  • A Plano woman in her 70s who was a resident of Prestonwood Court
  • A Lewisville man over 80 who was a resident of Beehive Assisted Living

WFAA digital producer Jake Harris contributed to this report.