The volume of Texas coronavirus cases exceeded 10,000 on Thursday and the number of deaths exceeded 200, as reported by the authorities.
The number of cases is updated per hour and up to Thursday afternoon, there were 10,439 cases in Texas, 1,139 more since the last report on Wednesday.
COVID-19 fatalities in Texas reached 205, an increase of 28 from the previous report.
Authorities have reported that the largest number of people diagnosed with the virus suffer symptoms like fever and cough, but they are removed in two or three weeks.
For older adults, especially the elderly with pre-existing health conditions, the disease can cause more severe effects, including pneumonia.
Harris County remained the “hot” zone through Thursday with 2,341 cases and the highest number of deaths, 31.
Dallas County is the second with the most positive cases, 1,432, and 22 deaths. The third county with the most cases was Tarrant with 637 and 20 deaths.