New confirmed and probable cases of coronavirus in Texas in the last two weeks
The Texas Tribune is measuring the rate of confirmed and probable cases per 1,000 residents in each county in the last two weeks. This shows where numbers are increasing in the state.Note: New cases include confirmed and probable cases.
Sources: Case data from the Texas Department of State Health Services, population data from the 2020 U.S. census
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Hospitalized COVID-19 patients in Texas by region
The percentage of hospital beds being used by COVID-19 patients in each trauma service region shows how the virus is currently impacting hospitals in different parts of the state.
Percentage of Texans fully vaccinated
As of Dec. 15, about 55.7% of Texas’ 29.1 million people have been fully vaccinated. According to the Census Bureau’s 2019 Vintage population estimates, 93% of Texans are age 5 and older and thus eligible for a vaccine.
This story originally published by the Texas Tribune.