Texas announced its first known coronavirus related death on Monday and comes as the state has seen at least 85 test positive for the virus.The patient, who was in his 90s, died Sunday after having symptoms consistent with COVID-19, according to the Matagorda County Emergency Operation Center. The elderly population has the highest risk of getting a severe or fatal infection.The resident of the county tested positive on Monday —  a day after his death, — adding to previous concerns about the lack of testing in the U.S.TEXAS TEMPORARILY EXTENDS EXPIRED DRIVER’S LICENSES, ID CARDS DURING CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAKGov. Greg Abbott R-Tx., said over 200 people in Texas have been tested for the virus and more than 300 are being monitored and could test positive. He said Texas is expected to increase the number of tests to 10,000 per week within the next six days.”You’re going to see an exponential increase in the number of people testing positive on a daily basis,” Abbott said at a press conference, according to the Texas Tribune. Visitors walk past a restaurant on the River Walk, Monday, March 16, 2020, in San Antonio. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is urging people across the U.S. to cancel or postpone


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