Texas

Overview

Total TX Vaccinations Administered

Total
6,829,275
March 6
+238,100

New TX Cases

March 5
+5,589
Trend
Falling

New TX Deaths

March 5
+290
Trend
Falling

Total TX Cases

Confirmed cases
2,692,691
Deaths
45,249

Tests in TX

Positive-Test Rate
12.5%
Probable cases have been included since Dec. 14, resulting in a spike in daily case counts

County Trends: Cases

Rising
49
Falling
117
Flat
88

Total County Cases

>10,000 1,001-10,000 101-1,000 11-100 1-10 0

By County

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More than 50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
10-50% increase in 7-day average of new cases, compared with one week ago
County Cases New cases yesterday Deaths
Harris 358,505 1,129 5,296
Dallas 284,010 458 3,547
Denton 67,158 448 675
Tarrant 244,632 401 2,967
Fort Bend 59,290 315 579
Hidalgo 78,770 302 2,679
Bexar 197,921 287 3,032
Brazoria 33,450 281 396
El Paso 125,250 248 2,398
Collin 83,890 104 749
Brazos 21,462 102 220
Williamson 41,350 100 412
Travis 76,507 82 881
Galveston 35,261 75 356
Bell 20,810 60 370
McLennan 25,335 54 443
Cameron 37,566 48 1,506
Smith 18,943 48 410
Hays 18,318 47 227
Bastrop 8,528 37 82
Bowie 6,660 35 187
Nueces 38,063 34 723
Johnson 18,775 33 333
Kaufman 15,021 33 224
Rockwall 10,727 32 133
Lubbock 48,241 27 769
Parker 14,941 25 165
Chambers 4,322 25 22
Burnet 4,284 25 60
Comal 9,288 22 271
Ellis 21,380 21 288
Liberty 7,102 21 164
Bee 3,418 18 65
Wichita 14,634 17 359
Gregg 10,710 17 323
Willacy 2,464 17 80
Lee 2,049 16 36
Jefferson 18,297 15 359
Ector 16,397 15 338
Taylor 15,229 15 378
Van Zandt 4,001 15 105
Colorado 1,572 15 25
Potter 16,967 14 412
Tom Green 16,409 14 258
Kerr 4,234 14 82
Austin 1,873 14 31
Randall 16,272 13 264
Grayson 10,880 13 317
Anderson 6,073 13 109
Henderson 5,579 13 167
Wood 3,267 12 117
Starr 8,972 11 276
Nacogdoches 4,153 11 152
Jim Wells 3,987 11 90
Rusk 3,778 11 99
Atascosa 5,436 10 141
Caldwell 5,229 10 88
Wharton 3,791 10 107
Lamb 1,982 10 79
Pecos 1,527 10 34
Wise 7,013 9 113
Waller 3,528 9 41
Grimes 3,449 9 63
Upshur 3,159 9 64
Erath 3,995 8 67
Fayette 2,310 8 54
Hood 6,249 7 117
Medina 4,693 7 97
Matagorda 3,204 7 91
Guadalupe 13,480 6 194
Milam 2,374 6 40
Calhoun 2,050 6 20
Madison 1,892 6 27
Houston 1,560 6 43
Llano 1,536 6 48
Crosby 525 6 28
Victoria 7,958 5 180
Wilson 4,196 5 60
Cooke 3,479 5 64
Jasper 2,313 5 80
Cass 1,796 5 78
Duval 1,169 5 39
Coryell 6,904 4 80
Harrison 4,580 4 95
Hopkins 2,947 4 104
Limestone 2,658 4 66
Lampasas 2,065 4 30
Hutchinson 1,547 4 69
Panola 1,508 4 70
Aransas 1,149 4 35
Bailey 799 4 17
Coke 470 4 11
Garza 375 4 21
Hale 6,054 3 152
Hill 4,325 3 99
Washington 3,688 3 84
Palo Pinto 2,781 3 68
Gonzales 2,627 3 52
Gray 1,999 3 54
McCulloch 547 3 17
Walker 8,483 2 117
Howard 4,504 2 98
Uvalde 3,457 2 65
Kleberg 2,397 2 84
Hockley 2,335 2 99
Lavaca 2,307 2 72
Moore 2,262 2 69
Freestone 1,765 2 47
Somervell 1,049 2 11
San Jacinto 1,043 2 29
Castro 903 2 29
Hamilton 745 2 26
Franklin 701 2 25
Hudspeth 502 2 11
Cherokee 4,048 1 127
Titus 3,621 1 82
Kendall 3,020 1 63
Frio 2,674 1 44
Burleson 2,219 1 37
Young 2,120 1 41
Robertson 2,024 1 38
Falls 2,015 1 29
Karnes 1,810 1 31
Andrews 1,695 1 46
Bosque 1,602 1 31
Leon 1,544 1 40
Eastland 1,303 1 43
Bandera 1,285 1 25
Tyler 1,192 1 34
Ward 1,126 1 21
Dallam 921 1 22
Brewster 888 1 12
Morris 837 1 28
San Saba 801 1 21
Archer 778 1 12
Rains 763 1 24
Swisher 757 1 17
Stephens 751 1 25
Winkler 717 1 21
Red River 651 1 35
Refugio 626 1 18
Jim Hogg 605 1 14
Marion 521 1 29
Carson 401 1 14
Delta 299 1 10
Cochran 252 1 14
Montgomery 46,244 0 471
Webb 42,757 0 735
Midland 16,624 0 250
Maverick 10,230 0 311
Angelina 7,984 0 263
Val Verde 7,717 0 198
Orange 7,707 0 119
Lamar 5,668 0 147
Navarro 5,595 0 128
Hunt 5,255 0 150
Hardin 4,930 0 96
Brown 4,156 0 115
San Patricio 4,072 0 139
Polk 2,975 0 98
Deaf Smith 2,633 0 64
Gillespie 2,456 0 48
Scurry 2,338 0 62
Montague 2,016 0 67
DeWitt 1,871 0 57
Wilbarger 1,871 0 53
Zavala 1,826 0 39
Zapata 1,741 0 29
Dawson 1,711 0 68
Jackson 1,704 0 30
Terry 1,680 0 54
Dimmit 1,540 0 23
Shelby 1,539 0 59
Nolan 1,504 0 50
Comanche 1,487 0 51
Gaines 1,412 0 42
Childress 1,335 0 17
Runnels 1,258 0 36
Camp 1,189 0 42
Callahan 1,147 0 38
Live Oak 1,109 0 20
Clay 1,004 0 16
Yoakum 863 0 27
Hansford 820 0 22
Presidio 792 0 24
Floyd 765 0 29
Brooks 761 0 33
Coleman 709 0 30
Blanco 687 0 18
Trinity 678 0 23
Mills 636 0 20
Martin 609 0 18
Lynn 608 0 23
Jack 601 0 15
Mitchell 590 0 30
Crockett 572 0 15
Newton 571 0 31
Hemphill 546 0 2
San Augustine 536 0 30
Crane 509 0 12
Sabine 495 0 38
Sutton 469 0 8
Goliad 438 0 13
Haskell 432 0 23
Hall 421 0 14
Mason 387 0 6
Upton 373 0 9
Hardeman 366 0 12
Donley 349 0 15
Culberson 347 0 7
Kinney 338 0 6
Concho 320 0 8
Real 307 0 12
Lipscomb 298 0 12
Baylor 291 0 11
Fisher 290 0 14
Collingsworth 259 0 9
Kimble 259 0 6
Knox 254 0 15
Shackelford 249 0 3
Edwards 243 0 4
Oldham 243 0 4
Schleicher 232 0 6
Menard 205 0 9
Sherman 199 0 12
Cottle 186 0 7
Stonewall 153 0 6
Armstrong 149 0 6
Briscoe 137 0 4
Foard 119 0 9
Irion 112 0 1
Sterling 106 0 4
Glasscock 98 0 2
Motley 85 0 8
McMullen 82 0 5
Kent 79 0 1
Terrell 75 0 2
Throckmorton 72 0 5
Roberts 55 0 1
Kenedy 33 0 2
Borden 21 0 2
King 11 0 0
Loving 1 0 0
Fannin 3,236 -1 102
Reeves 1,704 -1 39
Parmer 1,172 -1 34
Ochiltree 1,035 -1 25
Wheeler 479 -1 10
Reagan 367 -1 8
Jeff Davis 187 -1 2
Dickens 156 -1 10
Jones 2,757 -2 50
La Salle 1,008 -2 22
Hartley 604 -2 2

Timeline: The Race to Vaccinate

The White House has urged states to immunize people 65 and older as Biden aims for 100 million shots in his first 100 days.

UPDATES
2/28/2021
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2/27/2021
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2/27/2021
FDA panel endorses Johnson & Johnson vaccine in 22-0 vote
2/25/2021
Biden marked the administration of the 50 million dose of Covid-19 vaccine since his swearing-in
2/24/2021
FDA confirms safety and effectiveness of Johnson & Johnson single-shot vaccine
2/20/2021
Pfizer commits to doubling vaccine supply in response to President Biden’s call for a quicker rollout
2/19/2021
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2/19/2021
Pfizer says vaccine can be stored at higher temperatures, making distribution easier
2/16/2021
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2/11/2021
Biden says US will have enough doses to vaccinate every American by July

Coronavirus News

  • Sources: Johns Hopkins CSSE, The COVID Tracking Project, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Disclaimer: This data changes rapidly, so what’s shown may be out of date. Table totals may not always represent an accurate sum.
  • †SmartNews is no longer displaying U.S. “recovered” data due to the lack of uniform reporting from state health departments.