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Bell County COVID-19 deaths, chronological list

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Published: Sep. 2, 2020 at 4:42 PM CDT|Updated: Jul. 27, 2021 at 6:24 PM CDT
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Note: Bell County’s death toll rose from 59 to 63 on Sept. 2 as the county transitioned to a new method of computing deaths. The county also launched new COVID-19 dashboard as it moved toward computing deaths based on death certificates as county of residence, following the state’s lead. Thirty nine of the deaths added on Sept. 2 were directly attributed to a nursing home. Thirty three of the 59 were male and 26 were female. Seven of those included in the count ranged in age from 90 to 99; 19 ranged in age from 80 to 89; 16 ranged in age from 70 to 79; nine ranged in age from 60 to 69; one was in their 20s; one was in their 40s, and one was older than 99. Twenty six were residents of Temple, 16 were residents of Killeen, five were residents of Harker Heights, six were residents of Belton and six lived in other areas of the county. On Sept. 3, the county updated its death toll to 64 as the transition continued. State data showed 65 deaths on Sept. 3

Bell County’s COVID-19 deaths also include a Killeen man in his 50s in ICU who died on April 8, a Temple man in his 60s in intensive care who died on April 6 who died on April 6, a Temple woman in her 80s who had been diagnosed with the virus died on March 26, and a woman in her 90s who was a resident of West Inn Nursing and Rehabilitation whose death was announced on May 30.

Also, a resident of Weston Inn Nursing and Rehabilitation whose death was announced on June 3; a woman in her 60s who was a resident of Weston Inn whose death was reported on June 9, a woman in her 70s who was transferred on June 1 from Weston Inn Nursing and Rehabilitation to Scott & White Medical Center died on June 14; two men in their 80s whose deaths were reported on June 17, both of whom were residents of Weston Inn Nursing & Rehabilitation in Temple; a man in his 60s whose was reported on June 19 who also was a former resident of Weston Inn; a woman in her 50s with underlying conditions whose death was reported on June 22; a man in his 90s who died on June 25; a Killeen woman in her 80s whose death was reported on June 29.

The death of Bell County man in his 20s who died outside of the county was reported on July 10; the death of a Bell County man in his 70s was reported on July 15; the death of a Temple man in his 90s was reported on July 17; the death of a Killeen man in his 70s was reported on July 17; the death of a Killeen woman in her 70s was reported on July 19, and the death of a man in his 80s who was a resident of the Indian Oaks Living Center in Harker Heights was reported on July 29.

On Aug. 4 health officials reported the death of a Harker Heights man in his 60s who had battled the virus since June; the death of a Killeen woman in her 70s was reported on Aug. 6; a Bell County woman in her 70s who was diagnosed with the virus in July died on Aug. 6.

On Aug. 10, officials reported the deaths of a Belton woman in her 80s who’d be fighting the virus for some time and a Harker Heights man in his 50s who had underlying conditions.

Officials reported two more deaths on Aug. 11, a Killeen woman in her 60s with underlying conditions who died on Aug. 10 and a Killeen woman in her 80s who died on Aug. 11.

The deaths of six more residents were reported on Aug. 18.

Three were from Aug. 14, including a Killeen man in his 70s, a Bell County woman in her 70s and a Belton woman in her 80s.

A Temple man in his 60s, a Killeen woman in her 80s and a Belton man in his 60s died on Aug. 17.

On Aug. 20, a Temple man in his 60s diagnosed with the virus earlier in the month died.

On Aug. 24 the county reported the death of a Harker Heights woman in her 70s who was a resident of the Indian Oaks Living Center at 415 Indian Oaks Dr.

Officials reported the death of a Temple woman in her 90s on Aug. 25.

Health district officials reported three additional deaths on Aug 26 including a Temple man in his 90s, a Belton woman in her 80s, and a Temple man in his 80s, none of whom was “affiliated with a nursing home.”

The death of a Killeen man in his 70s who was “not affiliated with a nursing home,” was reported on Aug. 27 and the county’s 40th death, a Killeen woman in her 50s, was reported on Aug. 28.

Health officials reported four more deaths on Aug. 31, based on death certificate data from the state, increasing the virus’ toll to 44, but didn’t immediately release further details.

On Sept. 1 the health district reported a total of 59 deaths, based on death certificate data from the state

On Sept. 2 the total rose to 63.

On Sept. 3 the total rose to 64.

On Sept. 8 three additional deaths were reported for a total of 67.

On Sept. 9 one additional death was reported for a total of 68.

On Sept. 11 three additional deaths were reported for a total of 71.

On Sept. 14, two additional deaths were reported for a total of 73.

On Sept. 15, two additional deaths were reported for a total of 75. State data showed 76 deaths.

On Sept. 17, Bell County and state data showed 77 deaths.

On Sept. 18, Bell County data showed 77 deaths and state data showed 78.

On Sept. 21, Bell County data showed 77 deaths, state data showed 79.

On Sept. 22, Bell County data showed 79 deaths, state data showed 82.

On Sept. 23, state data showed 84 deaths in the county. Local data showed 79.

On Sept. 24, state data showed 84 deaths, local data showed 81.

On Sept, 28, state data showed 85 deaths, local data showed 81.

On Sept. 29, state data showed 85 deaths, local data showed 82.

On Sept. 30, state data showed 86 deaths, local data showed 83.

On Oct. 1 the health district reported one additional death, a Killeen man in his 50s, raising the toll to 84, according to local data. State data showed 87 deaths

On Oct. 2 the health district was reporting 84 deaths, but state data showed 88, an increase of one.

On Oct 5 the health district reported 84 deaths, state data showed 89, an increase of one.

On Oct. 6 the health district reported three more deaths, a Temple man in his 30s, a Temple woman in her 60s, and a Killeen man in his 50s, for a total of 87. State data showed 90 deaths.

On Oct. 7, the health district still reported 87 deaths. State data showed 90.

On Oct. 8 the health district reported three more deaths from COVID-19, a Killeen man in his 50s, a Belton man in his 90s and a Temple woman in her 90s. Local death toll now 90.

On Oct 12 the health district reported 90 deaths. State data showed 93, an increase of one.

On Oct 12, the health district reported the deaths of a woman in her 70s and a woman in her 80s, both from Temple, raising the county’s death toll to 92. State data showed 94 deaths.

On Oct. 16, the state reported an additional death for a total of 95. Local data showed 92 deaths.

On Oct. 19, the health district reported three additional deaths, a Temple man in his 70s, a Killeen woman in her 50s, and a Belton man in his 90s, increasing the virus' toll to 95, according to local data. State data showed 96 deaths.

On Oct. 23, the health district reported the deaths of a Killeen woman in her 50s and a Temple man in his 70s, raising the county’s total to 97, according to local data. State data also showed 97 deaths.

On Oct. 26, the health district reported the deaths of a Killeen woman in her 60s and a Killeen woman in her 50s, raising the virus' toll to 99, according to local data.

On Nov. 3, the health district reported the deaths of a Killeen woman in her 60s and a Temple man in his 70s.

On Nov. 4, the health district reported the death of a Killeen woman in her 90s, raising the toll to 102. State data also showed 102 deaths

On Nov. 6 the health district reported the death of a Killeen man in his 60s, raising the virus' toll to 103. State data also showed 103 deaths.

On Nov. 9, state data showed 104 deaths.

On Nov. 10, the health district reported the death of a Belton woman in her 30s, the county’s 104th according to local data. State data also showed 104 deaths.

On Nov. 12 state data showed a 105th death. Local data showed 104.

On Nov. 13 state data showed two more deaths for a total of 107. Local data showed 104.

On Nov. 16, the health district reported the deaths of a Temple man in his 80s, a Bell County man in his 70s and a Belton man in his 70, increasing the county’s death toll to 107. State data showed 109 deaths.

On. Nov. 17, the health district reported the deaths of a Belton woman in her 80s and a Temple man in his 90s, raising the virus' toll to 109, according to local data. State data showed 111 deaths.

On Nov. 19 the health district reported the deaths of a Harker Heights man in his 70s, a Bell County man in his 90s and a Killeen woman in her 70s increasing the virus’ toll in the county to 112, according to local data. State data showed 11 deaths.

On Nov, 30, the Bell County Public Health District reported three additional deaths, a Killeen woman in her 60s, a Belton man in his 60s and a Temple man in his 90s. The county reported a total of 115 deaths. State data showed 118.

On Dec. 2, the health district reported six additional deaths from the virus, two Temple men in their 80s, a Harker Heights woman in her 80s, a Belton man in his 60s, a Bell County woman in her 60s and a Bell County man in his 60s, increasing the virus’ toll in the county to 121, according to local data. State data showed 121 deaths.

On Dec. 3, state data showed 123 deaths.

On Dec. 4, the health district reported the death of a woman in her 90s from Harker Heights, increasing the virus’ toll to 122, according to local data. State data showed 124 deaths.

On Dec. 7, the health district reported the deaths of two Killeen men in their 70s and a Harker Heights woman in her 50s. State data showed 126 deaths.

On Dec. 8 the health district reported 125 deaths. State data showed 129 deaths.

On Dec. 9, the health district reported the deaths of two Killeen men in their 70s, a Killeen man in his 60s, a Temple man in his 70s and a Killeen man in his 40s, increasing the virus’ toll in the county to 130, according to local data. State data showed 131 deaths.

On Dec. 10, state data showed 132 deaths in the county. Local data showed 130.

On Dec. 11, the state reported five additional deaths for a total of 137. Local data showed 130 deaths.

On Dec. 14, the health district reported the deaths of Temple man in his 80s, a Killeen woman in her 90s, two Temple men in their 60s, and a Harker Heights woman in her 60s, increasing the virus’ toll to 135, according to local data. State data showed 140 deaths.

On Dec. 15, the health district reported the deaths of a Temple man in his 70s, a Temple man in his 50s, a Killeen man in his 70s, a Temple woman in her 70s and a Killeen woman in her 50s increasing the virus’ toll in the county to 140, according to local data. State data showed 140 deaths.

On Dec. 16, the health district announced the death of a man in his 80s from Temple, increasing the virus’ toll in the county to 141, according to local data. State data also showed 141 deaths.

On Dec. 17, the health district reported the deaths of a Temple woman in her 60s, a Harker Heights woman in her 80s and a Killeen woman in her 80s.

On Dec. 21, the health district reported the deaths of a Killeen woman in her 60s, a Harker Heights man in his 60s, a Bell County man in his 90s, a Harker Heights woman in her 80s and as Bell County man in his 70s, increasing the virus toll in the county to 149 according to local and state data.

On Dec. 22, the health district reported the deaths of a Temple man in his 90s, a Belton man in his 80s; a Harker Heights woman in her 60s and a Temple woman in her 70s. The health district said it deleted one death from its total count after it was amended to another jurisdiction. The county’s toll is 152. State data showed 153 deaths.

On 12.28.20, the health district reported five additional deaths, a Temple woman in her 90s, a Belton man in his 80s, a Temple man in his 60s, a Killeen man in his 70s and a Temple woman in her 80s, raising the county’s death toll to 157.

On 12.29.20, the health district reported six more deaths from the virus, two Bell County men in their 70s, a Harker Heights man in his 60s, a Killeen man in his 60s, a Killeen man in his 80s and a Temple woman in her 80s, raising the county’s death toll to 163.

On 12.30.20, the health district reported the death of a Belton woman in her 90s, increasing the virus’ toll to 164.

On 12.31.20, the health district reported the death of a Temple woman in her 80s, increasing the county’s death toll to 165.

On 01.04.21, state data showed 170 deaths. Local data showed 165.

On 01.05.21, state data showed 176 deaths. Local data showed 165.

On 01.05.21, Killeen City Councilman Jim Kilpatrick, diagnosed with COVID-19 in late December, dies.

On 01.06.21, the health district reported 165 deaths. State data showed 177.

On 01.07.21, Ellison High School science teacher Kathy Falkner, who hadn’t been on campus since she was diagnosed with COVID-19 in November and who was hospitalized in December, died.

On 01.07.21, the health district reported the deaths of a Harker Heights man in his 70s, a Temple woman in her 80s, a Killeen man in his 60s, a Temple man in his 70s, a Killeen woman in her 80s, a Belton woman in her 90s, two Temple women in their 90s, a Killeen woman in her 70s, a Bell County man in his 40s, and two Killeen women in their 80s. The 12 deaths occurred over the previous 3 weeks, but weren’t reported locally because of a state glitch in delivering death certificates. The deaths raised the virus’ toll in the county to 177, according to local data. State data showed 179 deaths.

On 01.11.21, local data showed 177 deaths. State data showed 182.

On 01.12.21, the health district reported the deaths of a Killeen woman in her 40s, a Temple woman in her 90s, a Temple woman in her 70s and a Temple man in his 80s, increasing the virus’ toll to 181, according to local data. State data showed 184 deaths.

On 01.13.21, the health district reported the deaths of a Temple woman in her 90s, a Belton woman in her 70s, a Temple man in his 70s and a Temple man in his 30s, raising the virus’ toll to 185, according to local data. State data showed 188 deaths.

On 01.14.21 the health district reported three more deaths from the virus, a Temple man in his 90s, a Temple man in his 70s, and a Killeen woman in her 50s, raising the virus’ toll in the county to 188. State data showed 193 deaths.

On 01.15.21, the health district reported 188 deaths. State data showed 196.

On 01.18.21, state data showed 208 deaths.

On 01.19.21, the health district reported the deaths of five more residents diagnosed with the virus, a Killeen man in his 70s, a Bell County man in his 70s, a Temple man in his 60s, a Bell County man in his 90s and a Bell County man in his 80s, raising the virus’ toll to 193, according to local data. State data showed 214 deaths.

On 01.20.21, the health district reported the deaths of a Temple man in his 90s, a Temple woman in her 70s; a woman who was 99 or older from Temple, a Temple man in his 60s and a Killeen man in his 70s, increasing the virus toll to 198, according to local data. State data showed 220 deaths.

On 01.21.21, the health district reported two more deaths from the virus, a Bell County man in his 50s and a Killeen woman in her 80s, increasing the county’s death toll to 200, according to local data. State data showed 223 deaths.

On 01.22.21, the health district reported 200 deaths. State data showed 226.

On 01.25.21, the health district reported the deaths of two Killeen men in their 70s, a Harker Heights woman in her 70s, a Killeen woman in her 40s; a Belton man in his 70s, a Belton woman in her 80s, and a Belton man in his 50s, increasing the virus’ toll to 207, according to local data. State data showed 233 deaths.

On 01.26.21, the health district reported the deaths of a Bell County woman in her 70s, two Killeen women in their 80s, two Bell County men in their 80s, a Temple man in his 70s; a Belton woman in her 80s, and a Killeen man in his 70s, raising the virus’ toll in the county to 215, according to local data. State data showed 238 deaths.

On 01.27.21, the health district reported the deaths of a Belton man in his 70s, a Temple man in his 30s, a Bell County man in his 60s, a Temple man in his 70s and a Killeen man in his 70s, increasing the county’s death toll to 220, according to local data. State data showed 242 deaths.

On 01.28.21, the health district reported the deaths of a Belton man in his 70s, a Belton man in his 60s, a Temple man in his 90s and a Killeen man in his 70s, increasing the virus’ toll in the county to 224, according to local data. State data showed 248 deaths.

On 01.29.21, the health district reported 224 deaths. State data showed 257.

On 02.01.21, the health district reported 224 deaths. State data showed 266 deaths.

On 02.02.21, the health district received additional death certificates for 14 residents diagnosed with the virus who died including a Temple man in his 80s, a Bell County man in his 90s, a Temple man in his 90s, a Temple woman in her 30s, a Belton man who was 99 or older, a Belton woman in her 80s, a Bell County woman in her 90s, a Killeen man in his 70s, a Killeen man in his 50s, a Killen man in his 80s, a Temple woman in her 80s, a Temple man in his 80s, a Bell County woman in her 60s, and a Belton man in his 80s, raising the virus’ toll to 238, according to local data. State data showed 268 deaths.\

On 02.03.21, the health district reported the deaths of a Temple man in his 70s, a Killeen man in his 50s, a Belton man in his 80s, a Temple woman in her 80s, a Killeen man in his 40s, a Temple man in his 70s, a Killeen man in his 40s, a Killeen man in his 60s, and a Harker Heights woman in her 60s. The deaths increased the virus’ toll in the county to 247, according to local data. State data showed 273 deaths.

On 02.04.21, the health district reported the deaths of a Killeen woman in her 80s, a Harker Heights man in his 70s, a Killeen man in his 70s, a Temple woman in her 80s, a Killeen man in his 60s, a Temple woman in her 60s, a Bell County man in his 80s and a Temple man in his 60s, raising the virus’ toll to 255, according to local data. State data showed 280 deaths.

On 02.05.21, the health district reported the deaths of a Belton man in his 80s, a Belton man in his 60s, a Temple woman in her 90s, a Temple man in his 90s, a Temple woman who was 99 or older, a Killeen man in his 70s, a Temple man in his 70s, a Killeen man in his 70s, a Temple man in his 80s and a Bell County man in his 80s. The deaths raised the virus’ toll in the county to 265, according to local data. State data showed 287 deaths.

On 02.08.21, the health district reported 11 additional deaths, raising the county’s total to 276. State data showed 297 deaths, an increase of 10.

On 02.09.21, the health district reported six additional deaths, raising the virus’ toll to 282. State data showed 297 deaths.

On 02.10.21, the health district reported eight additional deaths, raising the county’s total to 290. State data showed 301 deaths.

On 02.11.21, the health district reported 10 additional deaths, raising the virus’ toll to 300, according to local data. State data showed 304 deaths.

On 02.12.21, the health district reported the deaths of a Harker Heights woman in her 60s, a Killeen woman in her 70s, a Harker Heights man in his 80s, a Killeen man in his 90s, a Temple man in his 60s, a Killeen man in his 50s, a Belton man in his 60s, a Belton man in his 70s and a Bell County man in his 80s, increasing the virus’ toll to 309, according to local data. State data showed 304 deaths.

On 02.16.21, the health district reported the deaths of a Temple man in his 90s, a Belton woman in her 90s, a Temple man in his 80s, a Temple man in his 90s, a Bell County woman in her 30s, a Temple man in his 40s, a Temple woman in her 90s, a Temple man in his 90s, a Temple woman in her 90s, a Temple woman in her 60s, and a Temple man in his 80s, raising the virus’ toll in the county to 320, according to local data. Bell County Sheriff’s Dept. Maj. Esteban Ramirez III died 02.16.21 of COVID-19-related complications.

On 02.19.21, state data showed 319 deaths.

On 02.22.21, the health district reported the deaths of a Killeen woman in her 50s, a Temple woman in her 50s, a Harker Heights man in his 60s, a Killeen woman in her 60s, a Temple man in his 60s, two Killeen women in their 70s, a Belton man in his 80s, a Harker Heights man in his 80s, a Killeen man in his 80s, a Killeen woman in her 80s, a Temple man in his 80s, a Temple woman in her 80s, three Temple men in their 80s, a Killeen woman in her 90s and a Temple woman in her 90s, raising the county’s death toll to 338, according to local data. State data showed 328 deaths.

On 02.23.21, the health district received 13 more death certificates for residents who died of the virus including a Killeen man in his 50s, a Bell County woman in her 60s, a Killeen man in his 80s, a Bell County woman in her 40s, a Belton man in his 80s, a Harker Heights woman in her 50s, a Temple man in his 80s, a Temple man in his 90s, a Temple man in his 70s, a Belton man in his 80s, a Temple woman in her 60s, a Killeen man in his 70s and a Harker Heights man in his 70s. The deaths raised the virus toll in the county to 351, according to local data. State data showed 332 deaths.

On 02.24.21, the health district received six more death certificates Wednesday for residents who died of the virus including a Temple woman in her 70s, two Temple men in their 90s, a Harker Heights woman in her 40s, a Temple woman who was 99 or older, and a Bell County man in his 80s, raising the virus’ toll in the county to 356. The health district Wednesday subtracted one death reported earlier from its total because the patient was outside of its jurisdiction. State data showed 337 deaths.

On 02.25.21, The health district reported the deaths of a Bell County man in his 50s, a Belton woman in her 90s, a Killeen man in his 40s and a Temple man in his 70s, raising the virus’ toll in the county to 360, according to local data. State data showed 341 deaths.

On 02.26.21, the health district reported four more deaths from the virus, a Temple man in his 80s, a Killeen man in his 50s, a Killeen man in his 60s, and a Bell County man in his 80s, increasing the county’s death toll to 364, according to local data. State data showed 346 deaths, an increase of five.

On 03.01.21, the health district received 10 more death certificates Monday for residents diagnosed with the virus including a Killeen woman in her 50s, a Temple woman in her 70s, a Killeen woman in her 60s, a Temple man in his 90s, a Killeen man in his 70s, a Belton woman in her 80s, a Killeen woman in her 70s, a Temple man in his 70s, a Killeen man in his 30s and a Belton man in his 50s, increasing the county’s death toll to 374. State data showed 356 deaths.

On 03.02.21, the health district reported three more deaths from the virus, a Bell County man in his 60s, a Belton woman in her 60s and a Temple woman in her 60s, increasing the county’s death toll to 377, according to local data. State data showed 359 deaths.

On 03.03.21, the health districted reported 377 deaths. State data showed 360.

On 03.04.21, the health district reported the deaths of a Bell County man in his 70s and a Killeen man in his 80s, raising the virus’ toll to 379, according to local data. State data showed 362 deaths, an increase of two.

On 03.08.21, the health district reported two more deaths from the virus, a Temple man in his 80s and a Killeen woman in her 60s, increasing the county’s death toll to 387. State data showed 370 deaths.

On 03.09.21, the health district reported the deaths of six more residents diagnosed with the virus, a Temple man in his 80s, a Temple woman in her 80s, a Killeen man in his 30s, a Killeen woman in her 60s, a Killeen woman in her 90s, and a Killeen woman in her 70s. One previously reported death was removed from the county’s total, which stood at 392 on Tuesday. State data showed 376 deaths.

On 03.10.21, the health district reported the deaths of a Belton man in his 70s, a Killeen man in his 60s, and a Harker Heights man in his 50s, increasing the county’s death toll to 395, according to local data. State data showed 379 deaths.

On 03.11.21, the health district reported 395 deaths. State data showed 381, an increase of two.

On 03.12.21, the health district reported six more deaths from the virus Friday, a Killeen man in his 50s, a Killeen woman in her 70s, a Killeen man in his 60s, a Killeen woman in her 70s, a Killeen woman in her 60s and a Belton woman in her 90s, raising the county’s death toll to 401. State data showed 384 deaths.

On 03.15.21, the health district reported the death of a Belton man in his 60s, but also removed an earlier death from its total, which remained at 401. State data showed 385 deaths.

On 03.17.21, the health district reported deaths of two more residents diagnosed with the virus, a Temple woman in her 60s and a Temple man in his 70s, increasing the county’s death toll to 403, according to local data. State data showed 386 deaths.

On 03.18.21, the health district reported the deaths of a Killeen woman in her 50s and a Bell County man in his 80s, raising the county’s death toll to 405, according to local data. State data showed 388 deaths.

On 03.19.21, the health district reported the death of a Killeen man in his 60s, raising the virus’ toll in the county to 406, according to local data. State data showed 390 deaths.

On 03.22.21, the health district reported the deaths of a Harker Heights man in his 60s and a Bell County man in his 80s, raising the county’s death toll to 408, according to local data. State data showed 392 deaths.

On 03.24.21, the health district reported no new deaths and a total of 408. State data showed 393 deaths, an increase of one.

On 03.26.21, the health district reported no new deaths and a total of 408. State dated showed 394 deaths, an increase of one.

On 03.29.21, the health district subtracted one death from its total of 408, but added another, a Killeen man in his 80s. State data, which includes Fort Hood personnel who live on post, showed 394 deaths.

On 03.31.21, the health district reported the death of a Killeen woman in her 80s, raising the county’s death toll to 409, according to local data. State data showed 395 deaths.

On 04.01.21, the health district reported the death of a Killeen woman in her 60s, raising the county’s death toll to 410, according to local data. State data showed 395 deaths.

On 04.05.21, state data showed 396 deaths, an increase of one. The local count was unchanged at 410.

On 04.06.21, the health district reported the death of a Killeen man in his 70s, increasing the virus’ toll to 411, according to local data. State data showed 398 deaths, an increase of two.

On 04.08.21, the health district reported the deaths of a Killeen man in his 40s and a Temple man in his 80s, raising the county’s death toll to 413, according to local data. State data showed 398 deaths.

On 04.09.21, DSHS reported three additional deaths, raising its total to 401. Local data showed 413 deaths.

On 04.12.21, the health district reported seven more deaths, a Temple man in his 80s, a Belton woman in her 70s, a Harker Heights woman in her 20s, a Bell County woman in her 80s, a Temple man in his 80s, and two Killeen women in their 60s. State data showed 404 deaths.

On 04.14.21, the health district reported the death of a Temple woman in her 80s, increasing the virus’ toll to 421, according to local data. State data showed 405 deaths, an increase of one.

On 04.15.21, DSHS reported two additional deaths for a total of 407. Local data showed 421.

On 04.19,21, the health district reported the death of a Killeen man in his 50s, raising the county’s death toll to 422, according to local data. State data showed 407 deaths.

On 04.21.21, the health district reported the death of a Harker Heights man in his 60s, raising the virus’ toll to 423, according to local data. State data showed 408 deaths, an increase of one.

On 04.22.21, the health district reported the death of a Bell County man in his 70s, raising the virus’ toll to 424, according to local data. State data showed 409 deaths.

On 04.26.21, the health district reported the county’s 425th death, a Belton man in his 70s. State data showed 411 deaths, an increase of two.

On 04.27.21, the health district reported the county’s 426th death, a Killeen woman in her 60s. State data showed 412 deaths, an increase of one.

On 04.28.21, the health district reported the deaths of two residents in their 80s, one who lived in the county and the other who lived in Killeen, raising the county’s death toll to 428. State data showed 414 deaths, an increase of two.

On 04.29.21, the health district reported a 429th death, a Temple woman in her 80s. State data showed 415 deaths, an increase of one.

On 05.03.21, state data showed 416 deaths, an increase of one. The local count was unchanged at 429.

On 05.04.21, the health district reported the death of a Killeen man in his 70s, increasing the virus’ toll to 430. State dated showed 417 deaths, an increase of one.

On 05.06.21, the health district reported the deaths of a Killeen man in his 50s and a Bell County woman in her 60s, raising the virus’ toll to 432. State data showed 419 deaths, an increase of two.

On 05.12.21, the health district reported the deaths of a Killeen man in his 60s and a Killeen man in his 40s, increasing the virus’ toll to 434. State data showed 421 deaths, an increase of two.

On 05.14.21, the state reported an additional death for a total of 422. Local data, updates, which stopped on 05.14.21, showed 434 deaths.

On 05.17.21, the state reported an additional death for a total of 423. Local data, updates, which stopped on 05.14.21, showed 434 deaths.

On 05.26.21, the state reported three additional deaths for a total of 426. Local data showed 434 deaths.

On 05.28.21, the state reported two additional deaths for a total of 428. Local data showed 434 deaths.

On 06.01.21, the state reported 431 total deaths, an increase of three. Local data showed 434 deaths.

On 06.02.21, the state reported 432 total deaths, an increase of one. Local data showed 434 deaths.

On 06.03.21, the state reported 433 total deaths. Local data showed 434 deaths.

On 06.08.21, the state reported 435 total deaths. Local data showed 434 deaths.

On 06.09.21, state data showed 438 deaths, an increase of three.

On 06.14.21, state data showed 441 deaths, an increase of 3.

On 06.16.21, state data showed 442 deaths, an increase of 1.

On 06.29.21, state data showed 446 deaths.

On 07.06.21, state data showed 448 deaths.

On 07.09.21, state data showed 449 deaths.

On 07.12.21, state data showed 450 deaths.

On 07.14.21, state data showed 453 deaths

On 07.15.21, state data showed 453 deaths, local data showed 469.

On 07.19.21, DSHS revised count to 452 deaths. Local data showed 469.

On 07.20.21, DSHS data showed 454 deaths, local data showed 470.

On 07.21.21. DSHS data showed 457 deaths. Local data showed 470.

On 07.26.21, DSHS data showed 458 deaths, local data showed 471.

On 07.27.21, DSHS data showed 459 deaths, local data showed 471.

On 07.28.21, DSHS data showed 461 deaths, local data showed 471.

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