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COVID-19 in Central Texas county-by-county

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Published: Jun. 11, 2020 at 3:46 PM CDT|Updated: 6 hours ago
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Latest Case Counts

TEXAS: 2,628,438 confirmed cases, 468,318 probable cases,. 51,984 deaths*, 2,928,484 recovered, 78,939 active, confirmed cases in all 254 of the state’s counties, positivity rate 16.09%, 5,662 hospitalized.

Note: On 11.11.20 Johns Hopkins University data showed the Texas total at more than 1 million. On 11.16.20, Johns Hopkins data showed Texas death toll at more than 20,000. On 01.27.21, state data showed total number of confirmed cases above 2 million for the first time.

CENTRAL TEXAS: 83,512 confirmed cases, 3,606 active cases, and at least 1,753 deaths, according to state data.* (Regional death toll rose to more than 1,000 on 01.21.21)

Note: On Feb. 1, 2021, the Texas Department of State Health Services added a total of 6,552 previously unreported confirmed and probable cases of the virus to the regional count including 237 confirmed and 49 probable cases in Bosque County; 2,087 confirmed and 41 probable cases in Coryell County; 385 confirmed and 57 probable cases in Falls County; 351 confirmed and 171 probable cases in Freestone County; 70 confirmed and five probable cases in Hamilton County; 985 confirmed and 96 probable cases in Hill County; 362 confirmed and 80 probable cases in Lampasas County; 321 confirmed and 45 probable cases in Leon County; 433 confirmed and 88 probable cases in Limestone County; 82 confirmed and 16 probable cases in Mills County; 428 confirmed and 59 probable cases in Robertson County and 83 confirmed and 21 probable cases in San Saba County.

Note: 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.

VACCINE INFORMATION AND RESOURCES

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

COVID-19 HOSPITAL DATA COVERAGE REPORT provides a spreadsheet of hospitalizations around the U.S.

BELL COUNTY: Local data showed 24,247 total cases, 22,865 recoveries, 911 active, and 471 deaths. State data showed 2,622 total probable cases, 1,879 active cases, 24,649 recoveries and 461 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, 2000 the county began transitioning to death certificate data to calculate the death toll from the virus.

Bell County COVID-19 deaths

BOSQUE COUNTY: 1,443 confirmed and 327 probable cases, 1,672 recoveries, 61 active, 37 deaths.

CORYELL COUNTY: 7,441 confirmed and 314 probable cases, 7,330 recoveries, 336 active, 89 deaths.

Coryell County dashboards

Texas Department of Criminal Justice

FALLS COUNTY: 1,910 confirmed and 205 probable cases, 33 deaths, 2,064 recovered, 18 active.

Falls County dashboards

Texas Department of Criminal Justice

FREESTONE COUNTY: 1,141 confirmed and 906 probable cases, 51 deaths, 1,937 recovered, 59 active.

Freestone County dashboards

Texas Department of Criminal Justice

HAMILTON CO: 783 confirmed and 62 probable cases, 29 deaths, 783 recovered, 33 active.

HILL COUNTY: 3,891 confirmed and 772 probable cases, 111 deaths, 4,473 recovered, 79 active.

LAMPASAS CO: 1,987 confirmed cases, 373 probable cases, 36 deaths, 2,220 recovered, 104 active.

LEON COUNTY: 1,326 confirmed, 388 probable, 1,620 recovered, 43 deaths, 51 active.

LIMESTONE COUNTY: 2,262 confirmed and 700 probable cases, 81 deaths, 2,775 recovered, 106 active.

MCLENNAN COUNTY: 28,959 total cases, 469 deaths, 27,874 recovered, 616 active cases, 57 hospitalized, 7 on ventilators. State data show 490 deaths.

McLennan County COVID-19 deaths

Other McLennan County dashboards

Baylor University

McLennan Community College

MILAM COUNTY: 1,557 confirmed and 1,110 probable cases, 2,635 recovered, 53 deaths, 32 cases active.

MILLS COUNTY: 600 confirmed and 66 probable cases, 639 recovered, 6 active cases, 21 deaths. The county reported its first death on Oct. 21, 2020

NAVARRO : 3,543 confirmed and 2,573 probable cases, 5,826 recovered, 143 active. Local data show 150 deaths. State data show 147.

ROBERTSON: 1,895 confirmed and 443 probable cases, 48 deaths, 2,219 recovered, 71 active.

SAN SABA: 527 confirmed and 265 probable cases, 757 recovered, 23 deaths, 12 active. The county reported its first death on Oct. 21, 2020.

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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