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I often look at WorldOMeter and NY Times for TX covid data.
They track each other.
While the absolute numbers are of interest, there is SO MUCH FUD about them, that I focus more on the trends.*
NY Times has links to the ArcGis websites, so I don't think NYT use WorldOMeter as it's source.
WorldOMeter usually has TX Daily New Cases before NYT does.

When I've checked data against that at the ArcGis web page, I've been satisfied that its within believability.

* IMO, the REAL data problem, is from the State and or Federal sources that are counting cases and deaths in ways to maximize their political goals.

JMO
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ralph

Just cause its 'volunteer' does NOT make it false.

The official TX site is constructed in a way that makes me suspicious that they INTENTIONALLY want to confuse and obfuscate the information.
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