TARRANT COUNTY, TEXAS – A senior grownup who died Sunday in Tarrant County has tested plug for COVID-19, making it Texas’ 2d coronavirus-associated loss of life, per Tarrant County Public Neatly being officers.
Officials stated the particular person become as soon as a resident of the Texas Masonic Retirement Center in Arlington.
Officials didn’t initiate the age of the particular particular person, nor did they dispute if the case become as soon as shuttle-associated.
Tarrant County Public Neatly being (TCPH) this day confirmed that a senior grownup who died on Sunday, March 15 has tested plug for COVID-19, the illness precipitated by the original coronavirus. The actual person become as soon as a resident of the Texas Masonic Retirement Center in Arlington.
— TCPH (@TCPHtweets) March 18, 2020
Tarrant County Public Neatly being reported Monday that the county had five plug instances of COVID-19.
Tarrant County is set 270 miles north of San Antonio.
COVID-19, the respiratory disease precipitated by the original virus, stands for coronavirus disease 2019. The disease first seemed in unhurried 2019 in Wuhan, China, nevertheless spread spherical the sphere in early 2020, inflicting the World Neatly being Organization to enlighten an endemic in March.
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