Hospitals in the county on Jan. 9 reported treating 215 patients with the virus as intensive-care beds remained at near-capacity levels, according to the Denton County COVID-19 dashboard.
More than 95% of ICU beds in the county were occupied as of Jan. 9, and 77% of all hospital beds were filled. These numbers include non-coronavirus patients as well those confirmed to have the virus.
More than 13,600 residents were known to have COVID-19 in Denton County as of the same date. That was up from 12,100 right before Christmas, and up from 5,896 at the start of December.
For a view of how Denton County hospitalizations have changed over time, explore the chart below.