DALLAS - Dallas County health officials reported 112 new COVID-19 cases and five more deaths from the coronavirus on Wednesday.
This brings the county’s total number of cases to 3,352 and 99 deaths.
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Three of the new deaths were people living in long-term care facilities. One was a man in his 60s living in a facility in Balch Springs, and the other two were a man and woman in their 90s living in Dallas long-term care facilities.
The other two deaths were a Dallas man in his 60s and a Mesquite man in his 60s. Both had been hospitalized before their death.
This comes a day after Dallas County reported 135 new cases and 10 deaths from COVID-19, tying for its deadliest day during the pandemic and the most new cases in a single day so far.
One of the deaths reported Tuesday was a 17-year-old from Lancaster.