Dallas County on Saturday reported a single-day record 2,842 coronavirus cases, all of them considered new. The county also reported 23 new COVID-19 deaths.

The case tally shatters the previous one-day record of 2,512 cases announced Dec. 23.

The latest victims include 14 Dallas residents. Three were women — one in her 30s and two in their 60s. The 11 others were men — three in their 40s, three in their 50s, two in their 60s, two in their 70s and one in his 80s.

The victims also included two people from Duncanville — a man in his 40s and a woman in her 60s; two Mesquite women in their 60s and 90s; two Irving residents — a man and a woman in their 70s; and a Sunnyvale man in his 50s, a DeSoto man in his 60s and a Seagoville man in his 60s.

Eleven of those who died were found at home, two lived in long-term care facilities, and one was found in a park.

“These deaths are spread over several weeks as the autopsies and other prerequisites for their investigation and announcement took time to complete,” Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said in a written statement.

Jenkins repeated his advice to avoid crowds and get-togethers in an effort to stop community spread.

“Our actions today will determine where the numbers are two weeks from now,” he said.

George Schrader, Dallas city manager from 1972-81, died on Thursday, Dec. 31, 2020 of complications from COVID. He was 89.