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Coronavirus in Texas

As Texas reopens, coronavirus cases are increasing while testing misses benchmarks

Texas has seen a modest but steady increase in the growth of new coronavirus cases in the two weeks since some businesses reopened at 25% capacity. Gov. Greg Abbott sees hope in other metrics.

Medical Assistants with Mi Doctor operate a testing clinic at the La Gran Plaza in Fort Worth. The drive thru testing station has been operating every day for the last 7 weeks. May 1, 2020.

The raw number of coronavirus cases continues to rise

The number of tests is growing but still misses key benchmarks

Daily rate of positive tests

The new status quo includes roughly 34 new virus deaths each day

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