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These 24 States Have Uncontrolled Coronavirus Outbreaks, Study Says

ETNT Health Logo By Alek Korab of ETNT Health | Slide 2 of 26: As hundreds of people recently gathered at the state's capital to protest, calling for restrictions to be lifted, some models are predicting that Texas will see cases surge as soon as next month. For example, Harris County, which includes Houston, could see 2,000+ cases every day come this June. "We're not equipped to handle that type of surge," Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said, according to KSAT. The state has 54,509 confirmed cases and 1,506 deaths as of May 25th. Texas is at the top of the study's list of those at "highest risk."

1. Texas

As hundreds of people recently gathered at the state's capital to protest, calling for restrictions to be lifted, some models are predicting that Texas will see cases surge as soon as next month. For example, Harris County, which includes Houston, could see 2,000+ cases every day come this June. "We're not equipped to handle that type of surge," Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said, according to KSAT. The state has 54,509 confirmed cases and 1,506 deaths as of May 25th. Texas is at the top of the study's list of those at "highest risk."

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