Updated at 6:30 p.m.: Revised to include updated vaccination totals.

Texas reported 11,590 more coronavirus cases Monday, including 10,805 new cases and 785 older cases that were recently reported by labs.

The state also reported 46 COVID-19 deaths, raising its toll to 32,084.

Of the new cases, 10,110 were confirmed and 695 were probable. Of the older cases, 618 were confirmed and 167 were probable.

The newly reported cases bring the state’s total to 2,125,552, including 1,864,249 confirmed cases and 261,303 probable cases.

There are 13,858 COVID-19 patients in Texas hospitals, including 3,919 in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. On Sunday, 24.2% of patients in the hospital region covering the Dallas-Fort Worth area were COVID-19 patients — well above the 15% threshold the state has used to define high hospitalizations.

The seven-day average positivity rate statewide for molecular tests, based on the date of test specimen collection, was 16.3% as of Sunday. For antigen tests, the positivity rate for the same period was 9.6%. A molecular test is considered more accurate and is sometimes also called a PCR test; an antigen test is also called a rapid test. Gov. Greg Abbott has said a positivity rate above 10% is cause for concern.

According to the state’s data, 1,138,582 people in Texas have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine, while 169,081 are fully immunized.

A nurse holds a vial of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at a hospital in London. Company executives say they are confident the vaccine works against the UK variant of the virus, but further studies are needed to be completely sure.