A Texas woman died on a plane of Covid-19 in July #Breaking112
The woman was in her 30s and had “underlying high risk health conditions,” Dallas County said in a news release.
The woman died in late July on the tarmac at a New Mexico airport, Judge Clay Jenkins told CNN. The Dallas County Health and Human Services first reported her death in the news release Sunday.
No other details were made available because of medical privacy reasons.
The woman’s death was among the 554 confirmed new Covid-19 cases reported by Dallas County on Sunday. More than 8.2 million cases have been reported nationwide as of Tuesday afternoon, according to Johns Hopkins University data, and more than 220,000 have died.