COVID-19 in Central Texas county-by-county

Published: Jun. 11, 2020 at 3:46 PM CDT|Updated: 15 hours ago
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Latest Case Counts

TEXAS: 723,919 confirmed cases, 15,267 deaths*, 642,169 recovered, 66,483 active, confirmed cases in 252 of state’s 254 counties, positivity rate 8.63%

CENTRAL TEXAS: 19,879 confirmed cases, 286 deaths*

The Texas Education Agency and the state Department of State Health Services have created a website that provides an overview of COVID-19 cases in public schools.

DATA ON COVID-19 CASES at Texas state supported living facilities, state hospitals, nursing facilities, assisted living facilities and licensed childcare centers

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN COVID-19 MODELING CONSORTIUM DASHBOARD tracks the spread and impact of the virus in the state’s metro areas including Waco and Belton-Killeen.

*(IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES DEATH COUNTS: Effective 07.27.20, “A fatality is counted as a COVID-19 fatality when the medical certifier attests on the death certificate that COVID-19 is a cause of death. This change means fatalities may be counted sooner and demographic data will be more comprehensive.” This change has resulted in some discrepancies between state and local death totals.)

BELL COUNTY: Local report: 5,320 confirmed cases, 81 deaths, 4,978 recovered, 261 active. State report: 5,404 confirmed cases, 84 deaths*. NOTE: The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases that Bell County reports at the local level does not include people who live on post at Fort Hood. The number of confirmed cases in Bell County that the Texas Department of State Health Services reports does include Fort Hood cases. Cases involving Fort Hood personnel who live off post are included in the numbers the county releases. On Aug. 31, the county began transitioning to death certificate data to calculate the death toll from the virus.

Bell County COVID-19 deaths

Other Bell County dashboards

Belton ISD

Killeen ISD

Temple ISD

Texas A&M-Central Texas

University of Mary Hardin-Baylor

BOSQUE COUNTY: 314 confirmed cases, 6 deaths, 229 recovered.

CORYELL COUNTY: Local report: 649 confirmed cases, 10 deaths, 479 recovered, 160 active. State report including TDCJ inmates: 1,818 confirmed cases, 12 deaths, 1,534 recovered.

Coryell County dashboards

Copperas Cove ISD

Texas Department of Criminal Justice

FALLS COUNTY: 234 confirmed cases, 5 deaths, 168 recovered.

Falls County dashboards

Texas Department of Criminal Justice

FREESTONE COUNTY: 404 confirmed cases, two deaths, 349 recovered.

Freestone County dashboards

Texas Department of Criminal Justice

HAMILTON COUNTY: 124 confirmed cases, 4 deaths, 100 recovered

HILL COUNTY: 645 confirmed cases, 14 deaths, 372 recovered

Hill County case information sites

Hill College

Hillsboro ISD case information

LAMPASAS COUNTY: 245 confirmed cases, 8 deaths, 165 recovered.

LEON COUNTY: 238 confirmed cases, six deaths, 193 recovered.

LIMESTONE COUNTY: 564 confirmed cases, 12 deaths, 466 recovered.

MCLENNAN COUNTY: 7,870 confirmed cases, 99 deaths, 7,305 recovered, 466 active cases, 48 hospitalized, 15 on ventilators State report shows 101 deaths.

McLennan County COVID-19 deaths

Other McLennan County dashboards

Baylor University

McLennan Community College

Midway ISD dashboard

Waco ISD dashboard

MILAM COUNTY: 488 confirmed cases, 18 active, 468 recovered, six deaths, three hospitalized. State data show five deaths

MILLS COUNTY: 59 confirmed cases, 38 recovered.

NAVARRO COUNTY: : 1,274 confirmed cases and 372 probable cases for total of 1,646, 1,447 recovered, 167 active, 9 hospitalized, 32 deaths. State data show 26 deaths.

ROBERTSON COUNTY: 321 confirmed cases, three deaths, 55 cases active, 260 recovered. State data show 4 deaths.

SAN SABA: 54 confirmed cases, 40 recovered

San Saba County dashboards

Texas Department of Criminal Justice

For additional county information, check the Texas Department of State Health Services COVID-19 dashboard

For information about state prison units, check the Texas Department of Criminal Justice COVID-19 dashboard

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