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Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in West Hollywood Now Total 300

CC Public Health COVID-19 by district July 7 2020

On Tuesday, Texas recorded its highest one-day total of newly confirmed COVID-19 infections, as well as the state's highest number of COVID-19 fatalities in a 24-period.

New Mexico reported four more virus deaths and 221 new cases of the disease Tuesday - about 40% of which were in Bernalillo County, the state's most-populous county.

In West Hollywood the number of confirmed cases now is 300, an increase of eight from yesterday's report, according to today's Health Department announcement.

There are 1,969 people now hospitalized, 27 percent of these people are confirmed cases in the ICU and 18 percent are confirmed cases on ventilators.

Statewide, there are 12,925 available hospital beds and 1,148 ICU beds available.

Part of the increase in coronavirus cases could be attributed to more testing being done at the community-based testing site at the Interstate Center in Bloomington.

McLean County's seven-day positivity testing rate stands at 1.9% That's double what it was before the Fourth of July holiday.

Travis County turned in a moderate count of 247 new cases, but unfortunately the good news was more than offset by seven COVID-19 related deaths in the county. That is substantially higher than the 1,350 to 1,450 daily hospitalizations seen three weeks ago.

Two previous cases have recovered since Monday's news release. The total number of Butler County cases moves to 390.

There have now been a total of 35 positive cases identified in Ellis County since reporting began, with 10 categorized as active.