Daily Update: Breakdown Of Coronavirus Cases Across Texas Counties For Saturday, April 4

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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. Disclaimer: Some information included below is provisional and subject to change.

As more and more communities around the United States experience, a rising number of Coronavirus cases, state and federal officials are looking at ways to further prevent community spread, ensure public safety and combat the rising economic impact.

In Texas, Governor Greg Abbott issued an “Essential Services and Activities protocols,” which establishes restrictions similar to stay-at-home orders issued by a number of local governments in the state.

The “Essential Services and Activities” order extends the state’s coronavirus measures until April 30 and extends school closures until May 4.

The guidelines for residents to minimize social gatherings and minimize contact with people outside of the household as well as the directive to avoid eating out at restaurants, drinking at bars or visiting other businesses or facilities not related to essential services.

According to the CDC, as of April 1, 2020, at 12:00 PM, the United States has over 180,000 total cases of COVID-19 across 55 Jurisdictions (50 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands and the U.S. Virgin Islands).

The CDC reported there have been over 3,600 deaths in the U.S. related to COVID-19.

Below are the latest numbers for Hays County and the State of Texas.

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Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.

Avoid close contact with people who are sick.

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HAYS COUNTY TOTALS UPDATED ON APRIL 3 AT 4:18 PM

* Disclaimer: Some information included below is provisional and subject to change.

  TOTAL CASES ACTIVE CASES
AUSTIN* 3 1
BUDA 9 5
DRIFTWOOD 0 0
DRIPPING SPRINGS 2 1
KYLE 16 14
SAN MARCOS 16 12
WIMBERLEY 1 1
WOODCREEK 0 0
TOTAL 47 34

*Disclaimer: Parts of Hays County have an Austin address.

 
HAYS COUNTY LAB CONFIRMED 47
NEGATIVE 260
RECOVERED 13
ACTIVE 34
HOSPITALIZATIONS TOTAL 6
HOSPITALIZATIONS CURRENT 1
FEMALE 30
MALE 17
TRAVEL RELATED 7
NOT TRAVEL RELATED 40
 
AGE RANGE TOTAL
0-9 YEARS 0
10-19 YEARS 0
20-29 YEARS 7
30-39 YEARS 10
40-49 YEARS 9
50-59 YEARS 15
60-69 YEARS 3
70-79 YEARS 3
> 80 YEARS 0
TOTAL *47

*The number of patients per age group may not reflect all of the confirmed cases; some patients may not have had their ages may not have been released yet.

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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.

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UPDATED THURSDAY, APRIL 4 AT 12:32 PM

* Disclaimer: Some information included below is provisional and subject to change.

TOTAL TESTS
63,751
PUBLIC LABS 5,143
PRIVATE LABS 58,608
TOTAL STATEWIDE CASES 6,110
DEATHS 105

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TEXAS COUNTIES REPORTING: 150 OUT OF 254
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COUNTIES OF RESIDENCE & NUMBER OF POSITIVE CASES FOR EACH COUNTY
County Count Name of County Number of Deaths
01 Dallas 17
02 Harris 13
03 Bexar 9
04 Tarrant 7
05 Denton 6
06 Brazos 5
07 Webb 5
08 Lubbock 4
09 Travis 4
10 Montgomery 3
11 Collin 2
12 Comal 2
13 Ellis 2
14 Fort Bend 2
15 Matagorda 2
16 Nacogdoches 2
17 Bell 1
18 Bowie 1
19 Brazoria 1
20 Castro 1
21 Erath 1
22
Harrison 1
23
Hockley 1
24
Hood 1
25
Johnson 1
26
Limestone 1
27
McLennan 1
28
Midland 1
29
Navarro 1
30
Oldham 1
31
Panola 1
32
Smith 1
33
Van Zandt 1
34
Williamson 1

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

COUNTIES OF RESIDENCE & NUMBER OF POSITIVE CASES FOR EACH COUNTY
County Count Name of County Case Total
01
Harris 1,106
02
Dallas 921
03
Travis 430
04
Tarrant 383
05 Bexar 342
06 Denton 273
07 Collin 256
08 Fort Bend 255
09 Lubbock 138
10 Brazoria 136
11 Galveston 136
12 Montgomery 130
13 El Paso 96
14 Hidalgo 86
15 Webb 83
16 Brazos 72
17 Williamson 71
18 Cameron 62
19 Smith 57
20 Bell 51
21 McLennan 50
22 Hays 47
23 Nueces 47
24 Wichita 46
25 Matagorda 33
26 Victoria 32
27
Ellis
29
28 Jefferson 29
29 Guadalupe 26
30 Potter 24
31 Randall 24
32 Taylor 23
33 Ector 22
34 Midland 22
35 Johnson 21
36 Comal 18
37 Bowie 17
38 Tom Green 17
39 Washington 17
40 Nacogdoches 15
41 Hardin 14
42 Gregg 13
43
Greyson
12
44 Orange 12
45 Chambers 11
46 Rockwall 11
47 Rusk 11
48 Shelby 11
49 Angelina 10
50 Castro 10
51 Fayette 10
52
Kaufman 10
53 Hood 9
54 Kendall 9
55 Wharton 9
56 Calhoun 8
57 Hunt 8
58
Walker 8
59 Waller 8
60 Erath 7
61 Hockley 7
62 Polk 7
63 De Witt 6
64 Hale 6
65 Moore 6
66 Parker
6
67 Wilson 6
68 Cherokee 5
69 Deaf Smith 5
70 Donley 5
71 Gray 5
72 Harris 5
73 Hill 5
74 Lamar 5
75 Liberty 5
76 Navarro 5
77 Parker 5
78 Starr 5
79 Val Verde 5
80 Willacy 5
81 Austin 4
82 Brown 4
83 Burnet 4
84 Cass 4
85 Coryell 4
86 Maverick 4
87 Panola 4
88 San Augustine 4
89 San Patricio 4
90 Terry
4
91 Uvalde 4
92 Van Zandt 4
93 Caldwell 3
94 Dawson 3
95 Eastland 3
96 Grimes 3
97 Hopkins 3
98 Jackson 3
99 Limestone 3
100 Live Oak 3
101 Llano 3
102 Lynn 3
103 Medina 3
104 Upshur 3
105 Wise 3
106 Young 3
107 Atascosa 2
108 Blanco 2
109 Burleson 2
110 Colorado 2
111 Crane 2
112 Fannin 2
113 Gillespie 2
114 Hutchinson 2
115 Jasper 2
116 Jim Wells 2
117 Karnes 2
118 Kerr 2
119 Kleberg 2
120 Lavaca 2
121 Lee 2
122 Leon 2
123 Milam 2
124 Oldham 2
125 Robertson 2
126 Trinity 2
127 Anderson 1
128 Andrews 1
129 Camp 1
130 Clay 1
131 Comanche 1
132 Falls 1
133 Franklin 1
134 Gaines 1
134 Goliad 1
135 Gonzales 1
136 Hemphill 1
137 Henderson 1
138 Lamb 1
139 Lampasas 1
140 Martin 1
141 Mason 1
142 Montague 1
143 Morris 1
144 Newton 1
145 Palo Pinto 1
146 San Jacinto 1
147 Swisher 1
148 Titus 1
149 Tyler
1
150 Wood 1

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

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