Texas’s covid outbreak: What you need to know about the state’s latest outbreak
In Texas, the state has recorded more than 1,200 cases of the virus, and it has the nation’s highest death toll.
The state has reported 617 confirmed cases, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The latest news comes after a coronavirus outbreak in neighboring California.
California has been hit with another wave of coronaviruses in recent weeks.
The first wave of the disease in California spread rapidly, and the second wave began in April.
Gavin Newsom said that more than 700 coronaviral cases were reported in California between April 19 and April 23, with more than 300 deaths.
The first wave, which began in May, was spread by the virus known as coronavirene.
The second wave was spread primarily through direct contact with aerosols of the coronavirin, a form of aerosol that is produced when breathing in aerosols made from coal ash, natural gas, or wood smoke.
The coronaviroids are more deadly than the other forms of the infection, and are much more difficult to treat.
They can cause severe brain damage and sometimes even death.