COVID-19 Community Information Center

Area Statistics: Where We Stand

  1. Where we stand: Jan. 22

    County Confirmed Cases Recoveries Active Cases Fatalities Tarrant 172,771 143,731 53,924 1,866 Johnson 13,547 14,230 965 220 Source: Texas Health and Human Services Source: Texas Department of State Health Services COVID-19 Testing Availability If you think you’ve been exposed to the Coronavirus, contact your primary care physician to discuss your concerns and for advice on getting tested, and caring for yourself and loved ones.  You can also schedule a test at community testing sites if you’re a resident of Tarrant County.  You’ll be asked to complete this online self-screening assessment…

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  2. Where we stand: Dec. 8

    County Total Cases Recoveries Active Cases Fatalities Tarrant 97,322 78,062 18,161 1,099 Johnson 6,364 5,744 596 117 Source: Texas Health and Human Services Source: Texas Department of State Health Services COVID-19 Testing Availability If you think you’ve been exposed to the Coronavirus, contact your primary care physician to discuss your concerns and for advice on getting tested, and caring for yourself and loved ones.  You can also schedule a test at community testing sites if you’re a resident of Tarrant County.  You’ll be asked to complete this online self-screening assessment…

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  3. Voices from the Community

    Mike & Kristina Marsh

    Commercial Printers

    Each week is different as businesses are operating in challenging ways, but our friends, family and clients make us proud. Our staff has worked so hard during these times and our clients have been most supportive.

  4. Where we stand: Nov. 23

    County Total Cases Recoveries Active Cases Fatalities Tarrant 80,157 65,340 13,831 986 Johnson 4,842 4,474 350 93 Source: Texas Health and Human Services Source: Texas Department of State Health Services COVID-19 Testing Availability If you think you’ve been exposed to the Coronavirus, contact your primary care physician to discuss your concerns and for advice on getting tested, and caring for yourself and loved ones.  You can also schedule a test at community testing sites if you’re a resident of Tarrant County.  You’ll be asked to complete this online self-screening assessment…

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  5. Where we stand: Nov. 6

    County Total Cases Recoveries Active Cases Fatalities Tarrant 63,030 54,981 7,188 861 Johnson 3,972 3,827 133 69 Source: Texas Health and Human Services Source: Texas Department of State Health Services COVID-19 Testing Availability If you think you’ve been exposed to the Coronavirus, contact your primary care physician to discuss your concerns and for advice on getting tested, and caring for yourself and loved ones.  You can also schedule a test at community testing sites if you’re a resident of Tarrant County.  You’ll be asked to complete this online self-screening assessment…

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  6. Where we stand: October 22

    Here are the latest numbers for Tarrant and Johnson County: County Total Cases Recoveries Active Cases Fatalities Tarrant 55,240 49,544 4,895 801 Johnson 3,505 3,408 85 63 Source: Texas Department of State Health Services COVID-19 Testing Availability If you think you’ve been exposed to the Coronavirus, contact your primary care physician to discuss your concerns and for advice on getting tested, and caring for yourself and loved ones.  You can also schedule a test at community testing sites if you’re a resident of Tarrant County.  You’ll be asked to…

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  7. Where we stand: September 28th

    Although there have been more than 15,500 deaths in the state due to COVID-19, cases and hospitalizations continue to trend down statewide, according to the Texas Tribune, which relies on data from the Texas Department of State Health Services. Across the Lone Star State, the seven-day positive test rate for the week ending September 26 was 7.3% compared with a high of 24.5% back on August 11, as reported in The Fort Worth Star-Telegram.  But closer to home, several North Texas news outlets reported last week that Tarrant County had…

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  8. Where we stand: September 20th

    Here’s some good news about the coronavirus:  cases and hospitalizations are trending down in Texas, according to the Texas Tribune, which relies on data from the Texas Department of State Health Services.  In fact, Tarrant County’s public health department indicates newly reported COVID-19 cases have dropped from 1,227 confirmed cases the week ending September 5 to 1,124 confirmed cases last week.   Although schools reopening may post new risks, we’re currently seeing lower numbers not seen since June.  Now, that’s no reason to let our guards down, but it…

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