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106 coronavirus-related deaths reported in Texas so far

(Tom Fox/The Dallas Morning News via AP)
(Tom Fox/The Dallas Morning News via AP) (The Dallas Morning News)

HOUSTON – This week has seen a spike in Texas deaths. On Friday, several additional deaths were reported across Texas bringing the total past 90. Harris County saw three additional deaths, and multiple deaths connected to outbreaks at nursing homes and senior living facilities have happened in the Houston area.

Dallas County has seen 17 deaths, which is the most out of any other Texas county. Harris County and Houston have surpassed Bexar County in San Antonio as the next highest, with a cumulative total of 13 deaths.

Here is what you need to know:

Amarillo

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 1.

Here is what we know:

  • A woman in her 30′s with underlying health conditions. She was a resident of Oldham County.

Arlington (Tarrant County)

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 7.

Here is what we know:

  • Man in his 70s. Hospitalized March 12, died four days later. He lived at the Texas Masonic Retirement Center. Other residents there will be tested.
  • A man from Hurst and a Fort Worth woman were the second and third fatalities.
  • Three elderly people with underlying health conditions, county health officials said Thursday. Their names and ages have not been released.

Austin (Travis County)

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 4.

Here is what we know:

  • The first was a woman over 70-years-old who was already suffering significant underlying health conditions. There was no immediate information available on the other two deaths.

Bell County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 1.

Here is what we know:

  • A Temple woman in her 80s. It was unclear if she had any previous health conditions.

Beaumont (Jefferson County)

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 2.

  • A man between the ages of 70-80 who had underlying health conditions.
  • A man between 80 and 90-years-old who had underlying health issues.

Bexar County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 9.

Here is what we know:

  • A woman in her 80s being treated at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio died after suffering from COVID-19.
  • A woman in her 40s who was being treated for COVID-19 at University Hospital.
  • A woman in her 50s who had chronic underlying health conditions.
  • A woman in her 40s who had chronic underlying health conditions.
  • A woman in her 60s who had chronic underlying health conditions.
  • A man in his 50s with underlying health conditions
  • A man in his 50s with underlying health issues.
  • A man in his 80s with underlying health issues.
  • A woman in her 80s with underlying health issues.

Bowie County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 1.

Brazoria County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 1.

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Brazos County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 5.

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Castro

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 1.

Collin County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 2.

Here is what we know:

  • Collin County health officials confirmed that a 64-year-old man died due to COVID-19. The test came back positive after the man’s death. He was already in the hospital for an underlying condition, Hill said.

Comal County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 2.

Here is what we know:

  • A New Braunfels man in his 40s who had no underlying health conditions.
  • A man in his 70s who had recently traveled out of state and started showing symptoms.

Dallas County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 17.

Here is what we know:

  • A Richardson man in his 60s was the first to die due to the effects of the coronavirus. He did not have any high-risk health conditions.
  • The second man who died was in his 80s who was critically ill in an area hospital. He did not have any other high-risk chronic health concerns.
  • On March 23, officials in Dallas County reported two additional coronavirus-related deaths in the county. Both men who died were Dallas residents in their 60s, one who had high-risk chronic health conditions and one who did not.
  • The county confirmed the fifth coronavirus-related on March 24. The person was a woman in her 70s, with high-risk chronic health conditions.
  • A Garland woman in her 80s, who did not have high-risk chronic health conditions.
  • A Dallas woman in her 90s who did not have any other high-risk medical conditions.
  • A woman in her 80s who had been a resident of a long-term care facility. She had other high-risk chronic health conditions.
  • A man in his 50s who lived in DeSoto. He was critically ill in an area hospital.
  • A man in his 70s who lived in Dallas. He was critically ill in an area hospital.
  • A man in his 50s from Rowlett who had high-risk chronic conditions.
  • A man in his 40s who was found deceased inside his Dallas home. He was reported to have had other high-risk, chronic health conditions.
  • A man in his 90s from Dallas who had high-risk chronic conditions.
  • A Mesquite man in his 50s who had been critically ill at an area hospital.
  • A Garland woman in her 80s who had been critically ill at an area hospital.
  • A woman in her 70s who was a resident of a long-term care facility.
  • A woman in her 80s who was a resident of the city of Dallas.

Denton County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 6.

Here is what we know:

  • An Aubrey resident in his 60s. It was unclear if he had any previous health conditions.
  • A Lewisville man in his 40s who was hospitalized in Denton County.
  • A woman in her 60s who contracted the coronavirus through community spread.
  • A man in his 60s who caught the virus through local transmission.
  • A Carrollton man in his 70s who was hospitalized after locally contracting COVID-19.

Ellis County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 2.

Here is what we know:

  • The person was 90 years old and lived in Midlothian.

Erath County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 1.

  • Immediate details on the person’s age or sex were not immediately available.

Fort Bend County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 2.

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Galveston County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 1.

Hardin County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 1.

Here is what we know:

Harrison County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 1.

Here is what we know:

  • A Harrison County man died at Christus Good Shepherd Medical Center-Longview, where he was being treated for the disease.

Hood

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 1.

Hockley

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 1.

Houston/Harris County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 13.

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Johnson County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 1.

Here is what we know:

  • A man in his late 60s who contracted the virus while on a cruise. The man had underlying health conditions.

Laredo (Webb County)

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 5.

Here is what we know:

  • A 70-year-old woman who had an underlying health condition.
  • A woman in her late 60s who had an underlying health condition.
  • An 80-year-old woman who had an underlying health condition.
  • A 43-year-old man with underlying health conditions.
  • A 97-year-old woman with underlying health conditions.

Limestone

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 1.

Lubbock

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 4.

Here is what we know:

  • All three deaths have been residents of the Whisperwood Nursing & Rehabilitation Center.

Matagorda County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 2.

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Midland

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 1.

Here is what we know:

  • An area hospital confirmed on March 24 that a man in his 60’s has died as a result of the coronavirus.

Montgomery County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 3.

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Nacogdoches county

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 2.

  • Immediate details on the person’s age or sex were not immediately available.

Navarro County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 1.

Here is what we know:

  • A 47-year-old woman who had underlying medical conditions.

Oldham County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 1.

Panola County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 1.

  • Immediate details on the person’s age or sex were not immediately available.

San Agustine

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 1.

  • Immediate details on the person’s age or sex were not immediately available.

Smith County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 1.

Here is what we know:

  • A 91-year-old man was confirmed as the first coronavirus death in Smith County.

Waco (McLennan County)

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 1.

Here is what we know:

  • A 49-year-old Waco Independent School District principal died Tuesday from complications of COVID-19.

Williamson County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 1.

Here is what we know:

  • A man in his 70s. It was unclear if he had any previous health conditions.

Van Zandt County

The total number of reported coronavirus deaths is 1.

Here is what we know:

  • A 47-year-old woman. It was unclear if she had any previous health conditions.

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