Current Coronavirus Case Counts In Texas For Sunday, March 22

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EDITORIAL NOTE: The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a very fluid situation, and it will continue to be. As new information becomes available from the State of Texas and federal government agencies, we will publish those updates. We can not be held liable due to any delayed information. This information is not published to scare or incite panic amongst the public; it is meant to inform.

State and federal officials are working to keep residents informed as they continue working to protect Americans from Coronavirus.

According to the Center for Disease Control, coronaviruses are common throughout the world and can infect people and animals.

The World Health Organization has now qualified the coronavirus as an international pandemic. And says the large family of viruses can cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe conditions.

A novel coronavirus is a new strain and has not been previously identified in humans.

Like the flu, people with severe chronic medical conditions and who are over the age of sixty are at a higher risk of getting sick and developing more severe conditions.

Federal and state officials are working continuously to ensure outbreaks do not occur in U.S. communities.

The following updates are only intended to keep Texas communities informed.

 

NOT ONLY FOR YOUR PROTECTION BUT FOR THE
SAFETY
OF OTHER, PLEASE FOLLOW THESE GUIDELINES

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then wash your hands.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

 


BREAKDOWN OF CORONAVIRUS CASES BY HAYS COUNTY CITIES


Breakdown of Positive Cases in Hays County by Cities

The latest numbers received from Hays County on Sunday, March 22, 2020 at 12:32 PM

      • Austin area (inside Hays County line) = 1
      • Buda area = 1
      • Dripping Springs area = 1
      • Kyle area = 2
      • San Marcos = 2
      • Wimberley area = 0
      • Hays County Total = 7
        *See totals by county below


TRACKING CORONAVIRUS CASES IN TEXAS


*Updated on Tuesday, March 22, 2020, at 12:32
PM

SPECIAL NOTE: According to DSHS the numbers reported by Texas HHS may differ from what’s being reported at the local level for two reasons;

    1. Local jurisdictions receive the initial laboratory results and may report them publicly before reporting those cases to DSHS or
    2. Some jurisdictions may report cases diagnosed or treated in their area, even if the person lives in another county.


TOTAL PEOPLE TESTED IN TEXAS

 

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Total 8,756
Public Labs 1,518
Private Labs 7,238*

*Source: Texas Health and Human Services, *The Above numbers do not include the total tested by all private labs.


TEXAS COVID-19 CASES1

Total Statewide Cases 335
Deaths 5

*Source: Texas Helth and Human Services, *See totals by county below


TRACKING CORONAVIRUS CASES IN TEXAS

Updated: March 22, 2020, At 12:32 PM
*We will update the numbers below as soon as they become available
County of Residence2 Number of Cases3
Bell 3
Bexar 24
Bowie 1
Brazoria 12
Brazos 2
Brown
1
Cameron 6
Castro
1
Chambers 3
Collin 21
Comal
3
Crane
1
Dallas 30
Deaf Smith
1
Denton 12
DeWitt 1
El Paso 6
Ellis 3
Fannin 1
Fort Bend 11
Galveston 9
Gregg 1
Harris 27
Hays
7
Hockley 2
Johnson 2
Lavaca 1
Lubbock 2
Matagorda 3
McLennan 7
Medina 1
Midland
1
Montgomery 4
Nueces
1
Oldham
1
Potter 2
Rusk 1
Smith 5
Tarrant 8
Travis 22
Webb
4
Wichita 3
Williamson 9
Pending County Assignment 69

1DSHS will update the state case count each day by 10 a.m. Central Time.
2Patient may be undergoing treatment in facilities in other counties.
3Does not include repatriation cases.
*Source: Texas Health and Human Services

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