• October 18, 2021
 El Paso-area Coronavirus Archive Stories: March 2021

El Paso-area Coronavirus Archive Stories: March 2021

This archive page of our El Paso-area Coronavirus Information has releases and information from March 2021.

For the most recent health developments on COVID-19, please visit our up-to-the-minute page; for official info, click below.

Center for Disease Control (CDC)   |   World Health Organization    |    City of El Paso Department of Public Health

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***(3/31/2021)

VACCINATIONS in El Paso County (pop. 640,180 of 16y/o+)  376,403 administered | 21.6% fully vaccinated | 38% partially vaccinated

On Wednesday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported 277 new cases; as well as 9 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC 2021 Week 11 and 12. We are currently in CDC Week 13.

Health officials advised that 124,896 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There are 2,027 active cases.

DPH officials also reported seventeen (17) deaths, which occurred over a period of more than six (6) months.

All 17 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – male in his 40s
2 – females in their 50s
3 – males in their 50s
1 – male in his 60s
4 – males in their 70s
2 – females in their 80s
2 – males in their 80s
1 – female in her 90s
1 – male in his 90s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2541.

There are currently 176 (-4) patients currently hospitalized, with 61 (+4) in ICU, and 40 (+0) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/30/2021)

VACCINATIONS in El Paso County (pop. 640,180 of 16y/o+) 370,471 administered | 21.2% fully vaccinated | 37.5% partially vaccinated

Tuesday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported 87 new cases; and staff will also be reporting 7 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC 2020 Week 46 and CDC 2021 Week 12. We are currently in CDC Week 13.

Health officials advised that 124,701 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There are 1,943 active cases.

DPH officials also reported nine (9) deaths, which occurred over a period of about five (5) months.

All 9 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – female in her 30s
1 – female in her 50s
1 – male in his 60s
1 – female in her 60s
1 – female in her 70s
3 – females in their 80s
1 – male in his 90s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2534.

There are currently 180 (-3) patients currently hospitalized, with 57 (-2) in ICU, and 40 (-2) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/29/2021)

VACCINATIONS in El Paso County (pop. 640,180 of 16y/o+) 361,748 administered | 20.9% fully vaccinated | 36.4% partially vaccinated

On Monday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported 92 new cases; as well as 10 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC Week 12. We are currently in CDC Week 13.

Health officials advised that 124,503 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There are 2,051 active cases.

DPH officials also reported four (4) deaths, which occurred over a period of about one (1) month.

All 4 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – male in his 60s
1 – male in his 70s
1 – female in her 80s
1 – male in his 80s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2534.

There are currently 183 (+4) patients currently hospitalized, with 59 (-5) in ICU, and 42 (-1) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/28/2021)

VACCINATIONS in El Paso County (pop. 640,180 of 16y/o+) 357,885 administered | 20.6% fully vaccinated | 36.0% partially vaccinated

Sunday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported 88 new cases; as well as 2 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC Weeks 9 and 10. We are currently in CDC Week 12.

Health officials advised that 124,321 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There are 2,135 active cases.

DPH officials also reported reporting six (6) deaths, which occurred over a period of about one (1) month.

All 6 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – female in her 40s
1 – female in her 50s
1 – male in his 70s
2 – females in their 70s
1 – male in his 80s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2534.

There are currently 179 (-10) patients currently hospitalized, with 64 (-5) in ICU, and 43 (-3) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/27/2021)

VACCINATIONS in El Paso County  – (pop. 640,180 of 16y/o+) 352,255 administered | 20.1% fully| 35.6% partially

On Saturday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported 148 new cases; as well as 6 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC (2020 Week) 45 and (2021 Weeks) 1, 11 and 12. We are currently in CDC Week 12.

Health officials advised that 124,219 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There are 2,149 active cases.

DPH officials also reported reporting four (4) deaths, which occurred over a period of about three (3) months.

All 4 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – male in his 50s
1 – male in his 70s
1 – female in her 80s
1 – male in his 90s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2528.

There are currently 189 (+11) patients currently hospitalized, with 69 (+6) in ICU, and 46 (-1) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/26/2021)

El Paso County (pop. 640,180 of 16y/o+) Vaccinations: 342,315 administered | 19.6% fully vaccinated | 34.5% partially vaccinated

Friday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported 150 new cases; as well as 4 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC Weeks 3, 9, 11 and 12. We are currently in CDC Week 12.

Health officials advised that 124,005 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There are 2,210 active cases.

DPH officials also reported four (4) deaths, which occurred over a period of about one (1) month.

All 4 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – male in his 70s
1 – female in her 70s
1 – male in his 80s
1 – female in her 90s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2528.

There are currently 200 (+6) patients currently hospitalized, with 63 (-5) in ICU, and 47 (-1) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/25/2021)

VACCINATIONS in El Paso County (population 640,180 of 16y/o+)  334,698 given | 19.1% fully vaccinated | 33.8% partially vaccinated

On Thursday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported 168 new cases; as well as 12 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC (2020 Week) 50, 51 and (2021 Weeks) 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12.We are currently in CDC Week 12.

Health officials advised that 123,815 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There are 2,249 active cases

DPH officials also reported five (5) deaths. All 5 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – female in her 40s
1 – female in her 50s
1 – male in his 70s
1 – female in her 70s
1 – male in his 90s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2525.

There are currently 194 (-5) patients currently hospitalized, with 68 (-4) in ICU, and 48 (+2) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/24/2021)

Wednesday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported reporting 172 new cases; and staff will also be reporting 11 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC (2020 Week) 46 and (2021 Weeks) 2, 3, 9, 10 and 11.We are currently in CDC Week 12.

Health officials advised that 123,578 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There are 2,306 active cases.

DPH officials also reported twenty-two (22) deaths, which occurred over a period of about two (2) months.

All 22 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – female in her 20s
3 – males in their 40s
1 – male in his 50s
2 – males in their 60s
1 – female in her 60s
5 – males in their 70s
3 – females in their 70s
2 – males in their 80s
3 – females in their 80s
1 – female in her 90s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2520.

There are currently 199 (-9) patients currently hospitalized, with 72 (-2) in ICU, and 46 (-3) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/23/2021)

On Tuesday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported 126 new cases; as well as 7 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC 2021 Weeks 8, 9 and 11. We are currently in CDC Week 12.

Health officials advised that 123,308 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There 2,394 active cases

DPH officials also reported four (4) deaths, which occurred over a period of nearly four (4) months.

All 4 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

3 – females in their 70s
1 – male in his 80s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2520.

There are currently 208 (-18) patients currently hospitalized, with 74 (+0) in ICU, and 49 (+0) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/22/2021)

Monday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported 124 new cases; as well as 3 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC 2021 Week 11. We are currently in CDC Week 12.

Health officials advised that 123,015 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There 2,563 active cases.

DPH officials also reported two (2) deaths, which occurred over a period of more than two (2) months.

All 2 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – female in her 40s
1 – male in his 70s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2520.

There are currently 226 (-4) patients currently hospitalized, with 74 (-14) in ICU, and 49 (-10) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/21/2021)

On Sunday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported 156 new cases; as well as 12 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the 2021 CDC Weeks) 10 and 11. We are currently in CDC Week 11.

Health officials advised that 122,901 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There 2,557 active cases.

DPH officials also reported no deaths today. The current number of deaths remains at 2,323.

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2519.

There are currently 226 (-4) patients currently hospitalized, with 74 (-14) in ICU, and 49 (-10) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/20/2021)

Saturday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported 157 new cases; as well as 6 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC (2020 Week) 38 and (2021 Weeks) 7 and 11. We are currently in CDC Week 11.

Health officials advised that 122,671 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There 2,620 active cases.

DPH officials also reported one (1) death, bringing the total of deaths to 2,323.

The female patient in her 50s had underlying health conditions.

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2515.

There are currently 230 (-22) patients currently hospitalized, with 88 (-6) in ICU, and 59 (+2) Patients on ventilators.

 

***(3/19/2021)

On Friday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported 108 new cases; as well as 15 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC (2020 Week) 46 and (2021 Weeks) 10 and 11. We are currently in CDC Week 11.

Health officials advised that 122,406 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There 2,725 active cases.

DPH officials also reported seven (7) deaths, which occurred over a period of about six (6) months.

All 7 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – female in her 30s
1 – female in her 40s
1 – female in her 60s
1 – female in her 70s
2 – males in their 80s
1 – female in her 90s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2505.

There are currently 251 (+4) patients currently hospitalized, with 94 (+5) in ICU, and 57 (+1) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/18/2021)

Thursday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported 125 new cases; as well as 10 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC Weeks 5, 10 and 11. We are currently in CDC Week 11.

Health officials advised that 121,970 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There 3,040 active cases.

DPH officials also reported forty (40) deaths, which occurred over a period of more than eight (8) months.

All 40 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

3 – males in their 40s
1 – female in her 40s
3 – females in their 50s
4 – males in their 50s
5 – males in their 60s
3 – females in their 60s
4 – males in their 70s
3 – females in their 70s
7 – females in their 80s
5 – males in their 80s
1 – male in his 90s
1 – female in her 90s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2490.

There are currently 247 (-10) patients currently hospitalized, with 89 (-5) in ICU, and 56 (-2) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/17/2021)

On Wednesday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported 180 new cases; and staff will also be reporting 55 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC (2020 Week) 50 and (2021 Weeks) 6, 8, 9 and 10. We are currently in CDC Week 11.

Health officials advised that 121,274 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There 3,609 active cases.

DPH officials also reported eight (8) deaths, which occurred over a period of about two (2) months.

All 8 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – male in his 40s
2 – females in their 60s
1 – male in his 60s
3 – males in their 70s
1 – female in her 80s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2479.

There are currently 257 (+5) patients currently hospitalized, with 94 (+1) in ICU, and 58 (-2) Patients on ventilators.

 

***(3/16/2021)

Tuesday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported 127 new cases; as well as 60 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC (2020 Week) 43 and (2021 Weeks) 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10. We are currently in CDC Week 11.

Health officials advised that 121,006 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There 3,648 active cases.

DPH officials also reported thirteen (13) deaths, which occurred over a period of more than four (4) months.

All 13 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – male in his 20s
2 – males in their 50s
3 – males in their 60s
2 – females in their 70s
1 – male in his 70s
2 – females in their 80s
1 – male in his 90s
1 – female in her 90s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2471.

There are currently 252 (+4) patients currently hospitalized, with 93 (+4) in ICU, and 60 (+2) Patients on ventilators.

VACCINATIONS in El Paso County (population 640,180 of 16 years old or older)

283,301 administered | 16.2% fully vaccinated | 28.5% partially vaccinated

***(3/15/2021)

On Monday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported 135 new cases; as well as 50 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC (2020 Week) 50, 51, 52 and (2021 Weeks) 5, 6, 7, 8 and 10.

Health officials advised that 120,775 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There 3,698 active cases.

DPH officials also reported eight (8) deaths, which occurred over a period of more than four (4) months.

All 8 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

2 – males in their 50s
1 – male in his 60s
1 – female in her 70s
3 – males in their 70s
1 – female in her 80s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2468.

There are currently 248 (-2) patients currently hospitalized, with 89 (-11) in ICU, and 58 (-6) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/14/2021)

Sunday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported 154 new cases; as well as 1 additional case which is part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC 2021 Week 6. We are currently in CDC Week 10.

Health officials advised that 120,475 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There 3,816 active cases.

DPH officials also reported two (2) deaths, which occurred over a period of about two (2) months.

Both patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – male in his 60s
1 – male in his 90s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2463.

There are currently 250 (+7) patients currently hospitalized, with 100 (-1) in ICU, and 64 (-5) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/13/2021)

On Saturday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported 194 new cases; as well as 31 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC 2021 Weeks 4, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10. We are currently in CDC Week 10.

Health officials advised that 120,302 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There 3,836 active cases

DPH officials also reported ten (10) deaths, which occurred over a period of more than four (4) months.

All 10 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – female in her 30
1 – male in his 40s
2 – males in their 50s
1 – female in her 60s
2 – males in their 70s
1 – female in her 70s
1 – male in his 90s
1 – female in her 90s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2447.

There are currently 243 (+7) patients currently hospitalized, with 102 (+4) in ICU, and 69 (-1) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/12/2021)

Friday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported 191 new cases; as well as 15 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC 2021 Weeks 3, 5, 7, 8, 9 and 10. We are currently in CDC Week 10.

Health officials advised that 120,064 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There 3,853 active cases.

DPH officials also reported twelve (12) deaths, which occurred over a period of more than seven (7) months.

All 12 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – female in her 40s
1 – male in his 50s
1 – male in his 60s
2 – females in their 60s
3 – males in their 70s
1 – female in her 70s
1 – male in his 80s
1 – female in her 80s
1 – male in his 90s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2433.

There are currently 236 (-23) patients currently hospitalized, with 98 (-3) in ICU, and 70 (-25) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/11/2021)

On Thursday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported 189 new cases; as well as 36 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC 2021 Weeks 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10. We are currently in CDC Week 10.

Health officials advised that 119,799 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There 3,920 active cases.

DPH officials also reported eleven (11) deaths, which occurred over a period of about six (6) months.

All 11 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – male in his 30s
3 – females in their 60s
1 – male in his 60s
2 – females in their 70s
3 – females in their 80s
1 – male in his 90s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2422.

There are currently 259 (+1) patients currently hospitalized, with 101 (-6) in ICU, and 95 (+4) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/10/2021)

Wednesday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported 134 new cases; as well as 21 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC 2021 Weeks 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9. We are currently in CDC Week 10.

Health officials advised that 119,400 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There 4,101 active cases.

DPH officials also reported seven (7) deaths, which occurred over a period of nearly four (4) months.

All 7 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

2 – females in their 60s
1 – female in her 70s
1 – male in his 70s
2 – males in their 80s
1 – female in her 90s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2412 .

There are currently 258 (+6) patients currently hospitalized, with 107 (+5) in ICU, and 91 (+17) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/9/2021)

On Tuesday morning, officials with the Department of Public Health reported 257 new cases; as well as 31 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC 2020 Weeks 45, 47, 48 and 52; and 2021 Weeks 2, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9. We are currently in CDC Week 10.

Health officials advised that 118,755 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There 4,591 active cases.

DPH officials also reported seventeen (17) deaths, which occurred over a period of nearly five (5) months.

All 17 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – female in her 30s
1 – male in his 30s
1 – female in her 40s
1 – female in her 60s
2 – males in their 60s
1 – female in her 70s
5 – males in their 70s
4 – males in their 80s
1 – female in her 90s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2407.

There are currently 252 (+2) patients currently hospitalized, with 102 (-1) in ICU, and 74 (-2) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/8/2021)

Monday morning, officials with the Department of Health announced 166 new cases; and staff will also be reporting 4 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC (2020 Week) 46 and 50. We are currently in CDC Week 10.

Health officials advised that 118,273 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There 4,789 active cases.

DPH officials also reported twelve (12) deaths, which occurred over a period of nearly four (4) months.

All 12 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – male in his 30s
1 – male in his 40s
1 – male in his 50s
3 – males in their 60s
2 – females in their 60s
2 – males in their 70s
1 – female in her 80s
1 – male in his 90s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2407.

There are currently 250 (-15) patients currently hospitalized, with 103 (-7) in ICU, and 76 (-9) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/7/2021)

Sunday morning, officials with the Department of Health announced 109 new cases; as well as 13 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC (2020 Week) 46, 49, 50, 51 and (2021 Weeks) 8 and 9. We are currently in CDC Week 9.

Health officials advised that 117,948 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There 4,945 active cases.

DPH officials also reported two (2) deaths.

Both patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – male in his 70s
1 – female in her 80s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2407.

There are currently 265 (-19) patients currently hospitalized, with 110 (-7) in ICU, and 85 (+6) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/6/2021)

Saturday morning, officials with the Department of Health announced 177 new cases; as well as 13 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC 2021 Weeks 3, 6, 7, 8 and 9. We are currently in CDC Week 9.

Health officials advised that 117,607 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There are 5,165 active cases.

DPH officials are also reported ten (10) deaths, which occurred over a period of nearly four (4) months.

All 10 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – female in her 30s
3 – males in their 60s
2 – males in their 70s
1 – female in her 70s
2 – females in their 80s
1 – male in his 80s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2385.

There are currently 284 (-10) patients currently hospitalized, with 117 (-1) in ICU, and 79 (+0) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/5/2021)

On Friday morning, officials with the Department of Health announced 216 new cases; as well as 32 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC (2020 Week) 46, 47, 48, 52, 53 and (2021 Weeks) 4, 5, 7, 8 and 9. We are currently in CDC Week 9.

Health officials advised that 117,201 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There are 5,385 active cases.

DPH officials are also reporting thirty-one (31) deaths, which occurred over a period of about four (4) months.

All 31 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

6 – females in their 50s
3 – males in their 50s
5 – males in their 60s
7 – females in their 60s
3 – females in their 70s
1 – male in his 70s
3 – males in their 80s
1 – female in her 80s
1 – male in his 90s
1 – female in her 90s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2372.

There are currently 294 (+2) patients currently hospitalized, with 118 (-7) in ICU, and 79 (-6) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/4/2021)

Thursday morning, officials with the Department of Health announced 310 new cases; as well as 64 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC (2020 Week) 43, 44, 45, 48, 49, 50 and (2021 Weeks) 1, 5, 6, 7 and 8. We are currently in CDC Week 9.

Health officials advised that 116,709 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There are 5,631 active cases.

DPH officials are also reporting thirty-five (35) deaths, which occurred over a period of about six (6) months.

All 35 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – female in her 30s
1 – female in her 50s
4 – males in their 50s
7 – males in their 60s
3 – females in their 60s
5 – males in their 70s
4 – females in their 70s
3 – males in their 80s
2 – females in their 80s
4 – females in their 90s
1 – male in his 90s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2366.

There are currently 292 (-21) patients currently hospitalized, with 125 (+3) in ICU, and 85 (-3) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/3/2021)

On Wednesday morning, officials with the Department of Health announced 199 new cases; as well as 77 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC (2020 Week) 46, 49, 50, 52, 53 and (2021 Weeks) 1, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. We are currently in CDC Week 9.

Health officials advised that 116,182 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There are 5,783 active cases.

DPH officials are also reporting eleven (11) deaths, which occurred over a period of about four (4) months.

All 11 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – male in his 50s
1 – male in his 60s
2 – females in their 60s
3 – males in their 70s
3 – females in their 80s
1 –male in his 80s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2360.

There are currently 313 (+2) patients currently hospitalized, with 122 (+7) in ICU, and 88 (+0) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/2/2021)

Tuesday morning, officials with the Department of Health announced 170 new cases; as well as 13 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC (2020 Week) 46, 47, 49 and (2021 Weeks) 7 and 8. We are currently in CDC Week 9.

Health officials advised that 115,743 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There are 5,955 active cases.

DPH officials are also reporting fourteen (14) deaths, which occurred over a period of about six (6) months.

All 14 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – male in his 30s
1 – male in his 40s
3 – females in their 60s
4 – males in their 70s
1 – female in her 70s
2 – males in their 80s
1 – female in her 80s
1 – female in her 90s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2354.

There are currently 311 (+6) patients currently hospitalized, with 115 (+2) in ICU, and 88 (+7) Patients on ventilators.

***(3/1/2021)

Monday morning, officials with the Department of Health announced 266 new cases; as well as 23 additional cases which are part of the delayed local results issued by the State to the Department of Public Health. The results are from the tests conducted during the CDC (2020 Week) 46, 47, 49, 50, 51, 52 and (2021 Week) 8. We are currently in CDC Week 9.

Health officials advised that 115,480 individuals have recovered from COVID-19. There are 6,044 active cases.

DPH officials are also reporting eight (8) deaths, which occurred over a period of about three (3) months.

All 8 patients had underlying health conditions. They include:

1 – male in his 50s
2 – females in their 60s
2 – females in their 70s
1 – male in his 80s
1 – female in her 80s
1 – male in his 90s

However, according to the State of Texas, the total number of deaths in our area are now at 2351.

There are currently 305 (-22) patients currently hospitalized, with 113 (-14) in ICU, and 81 (+6) Patients on ventilators.

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January 2021   |  February 2021  | March 2021  |   April 2021

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2020

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September 2020   |  October 2020   |   November 2020   |   December 2020   |

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