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Updated at 8:45 p.m.: Revised to reflect that Dallas County has released new data.

Dallas County officials reported 508 more confirmed coronavirus cases in their update Friday, which included numbers for two days after a software upgrade prevent the county from releasing data Thursday.

Two new COVID-19 deaths were also reported. The victims were a Dallas woman and a Garland woman, both in their 70s.

County Judge Clay Jenkins said the health department’s new data platform will allow for better contact tracing.

“We expect that this transition, that has led to a disruption in our reporting numbers …, will be leveled out and resolved over the weekend,” he said in a written statement.

The newly reported cases bring the county’s total confirmed cases to 82,918. The county’s death toll stands at 1,026.

Dallas County also reported 204 probable cases Friday, bringing the total number of probable cases to 4,294.

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09/23/2020, Dallas, TX // KISSPR //

Dallas, TX , Sept. 23, 2020 (KISSPR) — Dallas, TX / Qamar Zaman, CEO of KISS PR, is giving away a KISS PR Brand Awareness press release to any American small business from September 22 to 26. 

This week and every day, we celebrate American small business owners for being the fuel behind the American economy.  We applaud your perseverance.  This year has been challenging, and we know this, as we are a small business, too. However, we are not alone.  Every single day we have been blessed.

Even during these tough times, we have received support from our fellow business owners who kept our lights on.  From the assistance we received from the SBA PPP program, we were able to keep our staff.  Not for a single day or month did we miss payroll or let our team go. 

When I started my

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09/26/2020, Dallas // KISSPR //

Google Announces Rich Results Test Tool Officially Out of Beta Stage

In a recent post on their webmasters’ blog, Google announced that the Rich Results Test tool now fully supports all Google Search rich result features.

The Rich Results Test used to only support four types of structured data – recipes, jobs, movies, and courses, but now it can test for all types of markup supported by Google search results.

With this latest development, Google also announced that it is preparing to deprecate the Structured Data Testing Tool. Here’s the detail of their announcement:

“In addition, we are preparing to deprecate the Structured Data Testing Tool.  it will still be available for the time being, but going forward we strongly recommend you use the Rich Results Test to test and validate your structured data.”

What are Rich Results?

These are simply Google search results

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