Texas: Grand Prairie resident diagnosed with COVID-19 may be a case of community spread

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According to reports from Tarrant County officials, the sixth positive case of coronavirus has been reported. This is believed to be the first case of community-spread coronavirus in the county.
Further reports from the Tarrant County Public Health Department stated that the patient is a Grand Prairie resident with no recent travel history and no unexpected exposure.

The patient is living in isolation at his home.
In total, there are at least 19 additional cases of coronavirus in Dallas County, eight in Collin County and one in Denton County.
At least 70 cases throughout the state and this number is expected to increase once coronavirus testing is widely available.
Texas is one of the stated reporting first COVID-19 death. The man was in his 90s and lived in Matagorda County on the Gulf Coast.

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