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BY STEFAN STEVENSON, Fort Worth Star-Telegram @ https://www.star-telegram.com/news/coronavirus/article245783500.html 

Tarrant County reported 420 coronavirus cases and four deaths on Wednesday.

The county has reported at least 400 new COVID-19 cases in consecutive days for the first time since Aug. 16, when more than 1,400 cases were reported in consecutive days. There have been 400 or more cases reported three days in September, including the past two days.

The latest deaths include a Fort Worth woman in her 50s, a Fort Worth man in his 60s, a Southlake man in his 70s, and a Fort Worth man in his 70s. All had underlying health conditions, according to officials.

Tarrant County has reported a total of 45,582 COVID-19 cases, including 612 deaths and 40,077 recoveries.

Here are the total pandemic-related deaths in Tarrant County by city through Sept. 16:

Fort Worth, 287

Arlington, 107

White Settlement, 27

Mansfield, 25

Grapevine, 20

Keller, 20

Azle, 14

Bedford, 13

Grand Prairie, 13

Benbrook, 12

Rural Tarrant County, 9

Haltom City, 8

Hurst, 7

Southlake, 7

Forest Hill, 6

Lake Worth, 6

North Richland Hills, 6

Euless, 4

Richland Hills, 4

Watauga, 3

Kennedale, 2

Saginaw, 2

Sansom Park, 2

Unknown, 2

Blue Mound, 1

Crowley, 1

Edgecliff Village, 1

Lakeside, 1

Pantego, 1

River Oaks, 1

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