COVID-19 tracker: Here are the latest updates

The Shorthorn is keeping track of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the area. In the table below, the cases are separated into different categories, and it will be updated as cases are reported. You'll also find key dates in Tarrant County's efforts to stop the spread of the virus.

Cases: 26 | Deaths: 1

Tarrant County
Cases: 155 | Deaths: 1

Dallas County:
Cases: 549 | Deaths: 10

Updated at 4:30 p.m. Monday.


26 Total Cases


1 Total Cases


2 Total Cases


1 Total Case


5 Total Cases


5 Total Cases

Forest Hill

3 Total Case

Fort Worth

55 Total Cases

Grand Prairie

5 Total Case


7 Total Cases

Haltom City

4 Total Cases


3 Total Case


7 Total Cases


2 Total Cases


10 Total Cases

North Richland Hills

4 Total Cases


5 Total Cases


4 Total Cases


2 Total Cases


3 Total Cases

White Settlement

1 Total Case

Updated: 3-30-20, 1:15 p.m.; Source:

Local updates

3/30: Dallas County reported 61 additional positive cases, bringing its total case county to 549. The county also reported 11 total deaths. Tarrant County reported 16 new cases, bringing its total to 155. The county also reported an additional 83 provisional cases that are lab confirmed, but pending due to missing investigational data.

3/29: Tarrant County reported 11 new coronavirus cases, bringing its total to 139. Two Fort Worth police officers tested positive, according to a department news release. Dallas County reported 49 more cases and one additional death, bringing its total to 488 and 10 respectively.

3/28: Tarrant County reported 14 more coronavirus cases, bringing the total to 128. Dallas County reported 72 new cases, bringing its total to 439. It also reported its eighth and ninth death.

3/27: Dallas County reported 64 additional positive cases, bringing its total case count to 367. Tarrant County reported 14 new cases, bringing its total to 114. Arlington reported two cases, bringing its total to 19.

3/26: Dallas County reported 56 additional positive cases, bring its total case count to 303. The county also reported its seventh death. Tarrant County reported 10 new cases, bringing its total to 100. Arlington reported one case, bringing its total to 17.

3/25: Dallas County reported 78 additional positive cases, bringing its total case count to 247. Tarrant County reported 90 cases. Arlington reported two cases, bringing its total to 16.

3/24: Arlington, Fort Worth and Tarrant County order residents to stay home except for essential activities. Tarrant County had 71 confirmed COVID-19 cases, with one related death and three recovered cases. Fort Worth leads the county with 24 cases and Arlington is second with 14.

3/21: Tarrant County closes nonessential retail establishments after announcing 13 new COVID-19 cases.

3/18: Tarrant County reports nine COVID-19 cases. Gov. Greg Abbott also held a press conference in Arlington announcing the arrival of 2,500 COVID-19 test kits in the city.

3/17: A senior citizen resident of Arlington who died March 15 tests positive for COVID-19 on March 17. It was the first known death related to the new coronavirus in North Texas.

3/16: Tarrant County reports that Arlington has one positive COVID-19 case.

3/13: Tarrant County reports second and third presumptive cases of COVID-19 and declares state of disaster.

3/13: Gov. Gregg Abbott declares state disaster for all Texas counties amid coronavirus concerns. There were 39 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Texas.

3/10: Tarrant County reports its first presumptive case of COVID-19.

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