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Due To Weather, Hays County Has Not Released An Updated Report

EDITORIAL NOTE
According to the CDC, the State of Texas and Hays County Public Health all give the same disclaimer on all current counts and totals. “The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a very fluid situation, and it will continue to be. All case numbers and totals are subject to change. As new information becomes available, we will publish those updates.”

On February 12, the state announced that Texas will receive 401,650, and Hays County will receive 4,450 first doses of COVID-19 vaccine from the federal government for the week of Feb. 15. That’s over double the number of first time doses they received last week.

Hays County will receive 1,950 doses of Pfizer and 2,500 doses of the Moderna vaccine and does not include the number of second doses the state is sent routinely.

The Texas Department of State Health Services has instructed the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to ship those doses to 302 providers in 158 counties across Texas.

That includes 85 hub providers that will focus on broader community vaccination efforts including the hardest hit populations and areas in exchange for a steady supply of vaccines from week to week.

An additional 217 providers will receive doses next week with a focus on those that serve older adults, such as health departments, pharmacies, federally qualified health centers, community and rural clinics, and some medical practices that specialize in care for older adults.

Hays County has an estimated population of 230,191 with 19,655 (8.54 percent) that have received their first dose, 6,066 that have been fully vaccinated, and has an estimated 183,380 people between the ages of 16 years and older.

Texas has an estimated population of 29 million and has vaccinated at least 2,794,008 with their first dose and 1,035,543 that have been fully vaccinated.

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NOTE: HAYS COUNTY CASE STATS & INFORMATION UPDATED TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, AT 7:10 PM

 

HAYS COUNTY & COVID-19: THE AFFECTS


* Disclaimer: As this is a fast-moving situation, the information included below is provisional and subject to change.
*If listed as NR, the latest information has not been released by Hays County; the table will be updated when the data is available. C
oronavirus case and demographic stats are reported Monday – Friday exclusively. No case stats will be given on weekends and holidays.
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HAYS COUNTY CORONAVIRUS DAILY UPDATE

 

HAYS COUNTY POPULATION: 230,191

**Due to the weather, Hays County has not updated its COVID-19 dashboard or released its regular report. 

HAYS COUNTY
FEB 12, 2021 FEB 13-16, 2021
FATALITY %
1.27%
N/A%
COVID POSITIVE TEST %
6.87%
N/A%
COVID NEGATIVE TEST %
88.1%
N/A%
HOSPITALIZATION %
4.5%
N/A%
RECOVERED %
89.9%
N/A%
TOTAL TESTS (*provisionary / includes pending cases)
133,241
N/R 
NEW DAILY TESTS (*provisionary) 796 N/R  
TOTAL LAB CONFIRMED
(*provisionary)
15,837
N/R  
ACTIVE (*provisionary) 1,397 N/R  
NEW DAILY CONFIRMED 45 N/R  
PROBABLE CASES 1,761 N/R  
TOTAL RECOVERED
14,238
N/R 
DAILY RECOVERED 192 N/R  
CASES REMOVED (*Reported On Fridays) 66 N/R  
FATALITIES 202 N/R  
TESTED NEGATIVE (*provisionary) 117,404 N/R 
TOTAL HOSPITALIZATIONS 705 N/R  
CURRENT HOSPITALIZATIONS 31 N/R  

 

 

BY CITY

HAYS COUNTY POPULATION: 230,191

*Hays County Public Health updates the following information Monday – Friday only
*NOTE: The totals and percentage rates below include “Probable Cases.” Percentages may be rounded up.

CITY CASE TOTALS
ACTIVE CASES /
%
RECOVERED /
%
FATALITIES /
%
AUSTIN 459 82 /
17.9%
367 /
80%
10 /
2.2%
BEAR CREEK 4 0 /
0%
4 /
100%
0 /
0%
BUDA 2,774 253 /
9.1%
2,493 /
89.1%
28 /
1%
CREEDMOOR 3 2 /
66.7%
0 /
0%
1 /
33.3%
DRIFTWOOD 198 15 /
7.6%
183 /
92.4%
0 /
0%
DRIPPING SPRINGS 719 72 /
10%
638 /
88.7%
9 /
1.3%
HAYS 3 0 /
0%
3 /
100%
0 /
0%
KYLE 5,150 489 /
9.5%
4,600 /
89.3%
61 /
1.2%
MANCHACA 23 5 /
21.7%
18 /
78.3%
0 /
0%
MAXWELL 45 12 /
22.6%
32 /
75.5%
1 /
1.9%
MOUNTAIN CITY 39 3 /
5.3%
35 /
92.1%
1 /
2.6%
NIEDERWALD 88 4 /
5.7%
84 /
94.3%
0 /
0%
SAN MARCOS 5,667 372 /
7%
5,224 /
91.6%
81/
1.4%
UHLAND 28 1 /
3.6%
27 /
96.4%
0 /
0%
WIMBERLEY 620 84 /
15.1%
527 /
83.5%
9 /
1.5%
WOODCREEK 7 3 /
42.9%
3 /
42.9%
1 /
14.3%
TOTAL 15,837 1,397 /
9.8%
14,238 /
88.9%
202 /
1.3%
BY AGE AND GENDER

*Hays County Public Health updates the following information Monday – Friday only

AGE RANGE FEMALE MALE TOTAL
0-9 yrs. 496 496 992
10-19 yrs. 1,233 1,078 2,311
20-29 yrs. 2,335 2,185 4,520
30-39 yrs. 1,281 1,157 2,438
40-49 yrs. 1,143 993 2,136
50-59 yrs. 790 812 1,602
60-69 yrs. 542 498 1,040
70-79 yrs. 256 256 512
> 80 yrs. 175 111 286
Total 8,251 7,586 15,837
BY ETHNICITY AND GENDER

*Hays County Public Health updates the following information Monday – Friday only

ETHNICITY FEMALE MALE TOTAL % OF CASES
HISPANIC 4,069 3,704 7,773 49.1%
NON-HISPANIC 2,761 2,570 5,331 33.7%
NOT-SPECIFIED 1,421 1,312 2,733 17.3%
TOTAL 8,251 7,586 15,837 100.0%
BY RACE
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*Hays County Public Health updates the following information Monday – Friday only

RACE PERCENTAGE OF CASES
AMERICAN INDIAN 0.1%
ASIAN 1.0%
BLACK 2.7%
NATIVE HAWAIIAN
/ PACIFIC ISLANDER
0%
WHITE 69.4%
NOT SPECIFIED
/ UNKNOWN
1.1%
DEFINITIONS: CASE & CLINICAL CRITERIA

Confirmed: A case that is laboratory confirmed using a molecular diagnostic test (for example, PCR, Curative RCT-PCR, and Abbott ID Now RCT-PCR)

Probable: A case that:

Using a method approved or authorized by the FDA or designated authority meets presumptive laboratory evidence of

  1. Detection of specific antigen (Ag) in a clinical specimen, OR
  2. Detection of a specific antibody in serum, plasma, or whole blood indicative of a new or recent infection

AND meets clinical criteria

OR

Meets vital records criteria (death certificate lists COVID-19 disease or SARS-CoV-2 as a cause of death or a significant condition contributing to death) with no confirmatory laboratory testing performed for COVID-19.

Clinical criteria:

At least two of the following symptoms: fever (measured or subjective), chills, rigors, myalgia, headache, sore throat, new olfactory and taste disorder(s); OR

At least one of the following symptoms: cough, shortness of breath, or difficulty breathing; OR

Severe respiratory illness with at least one of the following:

  1. Clinical or radiographic evidence of pneumonia, or
  2. Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS)

 

NOTE: TEXAS CASE STATS & INFORMATION UPDATED TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, AT 7:05 PM

 

TEXAS & COVID-19: THE AFFECTS

TEXAS POPULATION: 29 MILLION

STATE OF TEXAS FEB 15, 2021 FEB 16, 2021
COVID POSITIVE %
7.67%
7.68%
FATALITY %
1.82%
1.77%
TOTAL TESTED (*provisionary)
21,999,298
21,999,298 
TOTAL MOLECULAR TESTS (*runs a day behind)
18,810,731
18,810,731 
TOTAL ANTIGEN TESTS (*runs a day behind)
2,200,714
2,200,714 
TOTAL ANTIBODY TESTS (*runs a day behind) 987,853 987,853 
TOTAL CONFIRMED CASES
2,225,399
2,229,008 
NEW DAILY CASES (*provisionary)
2,981
3,308 
ACTIVE (*provisionary) 246,542 250,233 
NEW PROBABLE CASES
445
427 
TOTAL PROBABLE CASES
338,550
338,289 
TOTAL RECOVERED (*provisionary)
2,260,840
2,257,038 
TOTAL RECOVERED OVER PAST 24 HOURS (*provisionary)18,957 29,131  N/A
CURRENT HOSPITALIZATIONS (*provisionary) 7,824 7,661 
TOTAL FATALITIES (*provisionary)
40,593
40,645 
FATALITIES OVER PAST 24 HOURS (*provisionary)
66
52 
FEMALE % (updated on Friday’s)
33.6% 33.6%
MALE % (updated on Friday’s)
65.2% 65.2%
UNKNOWN % (Gender) (updated on Friday’s)
1.2% 1.2%
ASIAN % (updated on Friday’s)
1.3% 1.3%
BLACK % (updated on Friday’s)
16.8% 16.8%
HISPANIC % (updated on Friday’s)
37.9% 37.9%
OTHER % (updated on Friday’s)
0.5% 0.5%
WHITE % (updated on Friday’s)
33% 33%
UNKNOWN % (updated on Friday’s)
11.2% 11.2%

 

 

*NOTE: U.S. & INTERNATIONAL CASE COUNTS & STATS UPDATED ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, AT 4:07 AM

U.S. CORONAVIRUS CASE OVERVIEW

*Disclaimer: This data is provisional and the situation changes rapidly and might not reflect some cases still being reported.

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US POPULATION: 330 MILLION

U.S. OVERVIEW

POSITIVE /
% RATE

FATALITIES /
% RATE

RECOVERED
ACTIVE
FEBRUARY 16
(*provisionary)
28,317,703 /
8.58%
498,203 /
1.76%
18,356,625 9,462,875
FEBRUARY 15
(*provisionary)
28,261,470 /
8.56%
497,174 /
1.76%

18,224,288 9,540,008

Population Source: Census Bureau Population Clock

INTERNATIONAL CORONAVIRUS CASE OVERVIEW

*Disclaimer: This data is provisional and the situation changes rapidly and might not reflect some cases still being reported.

WORLD POPULATION: 7.7 BILLION

WORLDWIDE
OVERVIEW
POSITIVE /
% RATE
FATALITIES /
% RATE
RECOVERED ACTIVE
FEBRUARY 16
(*provisionary)
109,729,516 /
1.43%
2,420,361 /
2.21%
84,289,075 22,867,738
FEBRUARY 15
(*provisionary)
109,436,188 /
1.42%
2,412,611 /
2.20%
81,534,842 25,337,283

Population Source: Census Bureau Population Clock

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