Texas has reported 450 new Covid-19 deaths and more than 25,000 new confirmed cases on Wednesday, according to the latest update by the Texas Department of State Health Services.
The 25,512 confirmed cases bring the state's total to 1,898,549. It's the third highest daily total of reported confirmed cases since the start of the pandemic, the dashboard shows. There are nearly 379,000 active cases across Texas, according to the dashboard.
California is the only state to report more total cases than Texas, according to Johns Hopkins University (JHU) data.
The 450 new deaths reported on Wednesday is the third highest daily total of reported deaths, according to JHU. There are now 32,844 total deaths statewide.
Several areas of the state are reporting high hospitalization rates due to the virus. Trauma Service Area T, which includes Laredo, reports just two ICU beds and 13 total hospital beds available as of the latest report. The Laredo Health Department said on Wednesday through a tweet that the hospitalization rate there is at 46.05%. Trauma Service Area M, which includes Waco, shows 10 ICU beds available and a hospitalization rate of 26.12%.
There are 13,860 patients hospitalized statewide, the 16th day in a row that Texas has had more than 13,000 people hospitalized with Covid-19. There are 618 ICU beds available statewide, according to the dashboard.
Note: Some of these numbers were released by the state's health department and may not line up exactly in real time with CNN's database drawn from Johns Hopkins University and the Covid Tracking Project.