Tarrant County public health authorities report 645 new coronavirus cases, 13 deaths

Emerson Clarridge
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Public health authorities in Tarrant County on Saturday reported the COVID-19 deaths of 13 people and 645 new coronavirus cases.

The authorities have reported a total of 241,650 COVID-19 cases in Tarrant County that have included 2,854 deaths and an estimated 222,139 recoveries.

The people whose deaths Tarrant County Public Health reported on Saturday were:

Two people older than 90: a woman from Fort Worth and a woman from Mansfield.

Two people in their 80s: a man and a woman from Arlington.

Four people in their 70s: a man from Fort Worth, a woman from Euless, a man from River Oaks and a man from Arlington.

Two people in their 60s: two men from Fort Worth.

Two people in their 50s: a woman from Fort Worth and a man from Arlington.

One person in his 40s: a man from White Settlement.

Each had underlying health conditions, the public health department said.

Tarrant County COVID-19 trends

Map shows COVID-19 cases in Tarrant County for the last 30-days by ZIP code. Tap on the map for complete cases and deaths numbers. Charts show trends in Tarrant County's positivity rate, new cases, hospitalizations and hospital occupancy. The data is provided by Tarrant County Public Health.

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