Brazos District Health District reported four new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. This district has a total of 305 confirmed cases.
No new deaths were reported Thursday. Eighteen people in Brazos County have died from the virus.
Health officials report 143 patients have recovered from the virus, which is 21 more than Wednesday’s total. A recovering patient is defined as someone who is free of fever for 72 hours without fever-lowering drugs and 10 days excluded from the onset of symptoms.
There are 144 active cases in the county, which is 17 less than Wednesday’s total. There were 4,776 tests conducted, an increase of 73 from Wednesday.
Four people were hospitalized, which amounts to less than Wednesday’s total. Clusters constituted 51.8% of cases, with community spread of 40.3%. Travel accounts for 7.9% of cases.
The health district will hold the next press conference to provide updates on COVID-19 at 4:30 pm. Monday. The press conference can be seen at theeagle.com or on our Facebook page.
The districts of Burleson, Grimes and Madison all experienced an increase in the number of local cases, officials said.
According to regional officials, Grimes had two additional cases, making for 56 positive positives there. The two patients were men who were jailed in the Texas Criminal Justice Department facilities. The district has 43 active cases, 12 recovery and one death, a prisoner in the Wallace Pack Unit.
In Burleson County, there are now 17 cases, an increase of one, with three recoveries. According to the Texas State Department of Health Services, 126 tests have been carried out.
Madison County reports four cases, with two recovery. There are 124 tests carried out, said local officials.
The Washington, Leon, Milam and Robertson regions remained the same during Wednesday’s report.
In Washington District, officials reported 179 cases. Eleven people were hospitalized, and 22 died. Thirty-nine have recovered. Of these cases, 107 are connected to the Brenham Treatment and Rehabilitation Center, officials said.
Leon County has nine cases with three recovery. According to DSHS, there have been 84 tests carried out.
Milam District has 22 cases. Sixteen people have recovered, and one person has died. There were 239 tests conducted there, DSHS said. Robertson County has six cases. Two people in Robertson County have recovered, and there are 76 tests conducted there, according to DSHS.
In all states
In Texas, there are now 43,851 positive cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, an increase of 1,448 from Wednesday. An estimated 24,487 has recovered, DSHS reported. On Thursday, 1,216 people had died, an increase of 58 from the previous day. The total of one day marks the most coronavirus deaths in the state since the pandemic began. There were 623,284 tests given.
According to state data, there were 1,648 people who were hospitalized on Thursday.
Harris County has the most cases in the state, with 8,621. There were 188 deaths there. Per capita, Moore County in the Texas Panhandle has the highest number, with 24.49 per 1,000 people. There were 534 positive cases and nine deaths there. The district is home to the JBS meat processing factory, located in Cactus. The factory has seen a large group of COVID-19 cases, officials said.
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