Dallas reports three days in a row with fewer than 1,000 covid-19 infections for the first time this year

For the third day in a row, Dallas County reported fewer than 1,000 new coronavirus infections on Sunday, the first period of a downward trend in 2021.

Sunday’s report indicated that there were 885 new cases and 10 deaths.

On Saturday 939 cases (eight deaths) were reported and on Friday 845 infections and 40 deaths.

The county has counted 240,768 cases of the SARS-Cov-2 virus; As of Sunday 2,622 people had lost their lives to covid-19, the disease caused by coronavirus.

Figures reported in Dallas indicate a possible downward trend in infections, as health authorities try to intensify the campaign to provide the vaccine to try to end the pandemic.

The provisional average of infections in Dallas was 990 daily cases, and a contagion rate of 37.6 new cases per 100,000 residents.

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