DATA: COVID-19 cases in Grapevine, Colleyville, Southlake as of June 29

(Community Impact Newspaper staff)
(Community Impact Newspaper staff)

(Community Impact Newspaper staff)

As COVID-19 cases have surged across the state, Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake have also seen increases, according to Tarrant County Pubic Health data.

Grapevine has seen a total of 173 cases with 60 recoveries and five deaths. Colleyville has seen a total of 64 cases, including 32 recoveries and no deaths. Southlake has seen a total of 74 cases, including 36 recoveries and one death.

Tarrant County has seen a total of 11,739 cases, with 263 new cases reported from June 28-29. There have been a total of 225 deaths in the county.

A total of 388 confirmed COVID-19 patients are occupying Tarrant County hospital beds as of June 29. Of the county’s 588 total ventilators, 170 are occupied.

Of the county’s 5,260 hospital beds, 3,459 are occupied as of June 29.


See the local breakdown of COVID-19 cases below:
By Gavin Pugh
Gavin has reported for Community Impact Newspaper since June 2017. His beat has included Dallas Area Rapid Transit, public and higher education, school and municipal governments and more. He now serves as the editor of the Grapevine, Colleyville, Southlake edition.


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