Dallas County Passes 30,000 Total Cases On Thursday, Educators Voice Concerns About Holding In-Person Classes For The Coming School Year And Much More. 

Temperatures are on the rise as is the latest in all things Coronavirus related. A couple of new developments have occured since our holiday weekend check-in.

Here is a quick roundup of the latest updates for North Texas.

  • On Thursday, Dallas County reported an additional 1,201 positive cases, bringing the total to 30,361 cases county-wide. Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins has continued to remind residents to wear masks at all times when out in public. He also mentioned that the likelihood of encountering an infected individual is higher now than when the Safer At Home order was in place. So please, mask up.

That’s all for now on the COVID-19 front for this week. Make sure to check back in on Tuesday to see what has unfolded over the weekend. We’re sure there will be plenty, as the speed at which the news cycle moves seems faster than ever.

Oh, and please, for the love of all things ever, stay home as much as possible and wear a damn mask.

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