Coronavirus in Texas

This sparsely populated county southwest of San Antonio recently has been hit hard by COVID-19.
Borden County, Texas, has been hit hard by COVID-19. The rate of fatal cases there is almost double the next hardest-hit county in America.
The three American college and university campuses with the most COVID-19 cases can be found in Texas.
The number of COVID-19 cases is soaring in one border town in Texas, prompting the governor to send in the military.
The deadliest county in America in terms of COVID-19 is a rural county in Virginia, but several counties in Texas have been hard hit as well.
As measured by a 14-day average of deaths per 100,000 people, the deadliest county in America today is in Montana.
A county in Texas currently is the worst COVID-19 hotspot in the country. This county is extremely poor and its population is largely Hispanic.
The spread and severity of COVID-19 vary sharply by location. Athens, Texas, currently has the worst outbreak of COVID-19 in the United States.
Loving County, Texas, is the one county in the United States that has only a single confirmed case of COVID-19.
As U.S. COVID-19 deaths race ahead of 300,000 and increase at a rate of as much as 3,000 a day, four states have a large percentage of these fatal cases.
The fact that COVID-19 figures in Texas are so high compared with nations around the world, many of which have much larger populations, says a great deal about the United States in general.
California will be the first state to cross the 1 million COVID-19 case mark, but one or two states are likely to follow it.
The three largest American cities most recently under curfew orders from their governments are El Paso, Newark and Chicago.
For over two months, California had the most COVID-19 confirmed cases. That changed today as the Texas confirmed case count topped it.
As the third wave of COVID-19 continues through the rest of this year and perhaps into early 2021, it is almost certain that the list of counties with over 1,000 fatal cases will grow.