For those keeping up with the daily trends of COVID-19 cases in Texas, every day holds new surprises. Statistics are rollercoastering from nearly 2,000 reported cases in a single day to under 600. Just on Sunday, May 31, 2020, Texas saw the highest number of new COVID-19 confirmed cases in a single day, after seeing another record-breaking number only three days before.\nWith testing facilities increasing while more people go out shopping, eating, and socializing during phase 2 of Governor Abbott's reopening plan, officials are keeping track of the state's safety measures to check if Texas is seeing rising, stable, or declining numbers.\nThe daily numbers keep spiking and falling. On Sunday, the state saw 1,949 new confirmed cases, making it the highest number counted in a single day.\nThis comes after a short dip in cases from the previous two days, May 29 and 30, with 1,230 and 1,332 new cases each day respectively.\nThe day before that, on May 28, however, the state had hit a record of highest new count in a single day with 1,855.\nView this post on Instagram #COVID19TX update 🔹Coronavirus is still spreading in Texas ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Help keep each other safe: ↔️Stay 6ft from others 😷Wear a face covering in public 👐Wash hands often 🤒Stay home if sick 🧼Clean high-touch areas and objects 🤧Cover coughs and sneezes 👉Don't touch your face with unwashed hands 📝Follow Open Texas Checklists: gov.texas.gov/opentexas ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ For our #COVID19TX dashboard, info, and updates go to dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus #Texas #TexasHealth #TexasStrong #AHealthyTexas #PublicHealth #TexasPublicHealth A post shared by Texas DSHS (@texasdshs) on May 29, 2020 at 2:35pm PDT\nTexas Department of State Health Services provides interactive charts and maps for those looking for information on the novel coronavirus in their area.\nAbove is a chart that the TDSHS shared on their Instagram last Friday with new local stats.\nThe detailed charts and images show the number of new cases per day, along with trends in specific counties, fatality and recovery counts, case demographics, and more.\nView this post on Instagram DSHS Health Advisory: Misusing hand sanitizer and cleaning chemicals can be harmful to health. Children are more at risk to harmfully misuse these products. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ DSHS Health Advisory: dshs.texas.gov/news ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #DSHSHealthAdvisory #Texas #TexasPublicHealth #TexasHealth #COVID19TX A post shared by Texas DSHS (@texasdshs) on May 15, 2020 at 10:49am PDT\nAs of this Monday, the TDSHS reported that Texas has seen more than 64,000 total confirmed cases across the state, with over 42,000 estimated recoveries and over 1,500 deaths.\nNational Public Radio, or NPR, states that Texas sits at #7 on the list of top affected states in the U.S.\nMost common question on Covid is: “when can/will we return to normal?” On the issue of policing disparities, we mustn’t return to normal. We must create a new normal where the talk with your 10 year old is unnecessary and all are safe, confident and respected. #protests2020 https://t.co/5DdkXK0OJ3— Clay Jenkins (@JudgeClayJ) May 31, 2020\nTheir data comes from the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University, with reports taken from the CDC, WHO, and national and local health departments.\nOver the weekend, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins took to social media to share with his followers that life after COVID-19 "mustn't return to normal" and that citizens should continue to practice caution and safety.