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MAP: Reported COVID-19 cases in Central Texas, Brazos Valley

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Posted at 6:48 PM, Mar 10, 2020
and last updated 2021-01-23 12:17:44-05

Positive cases of COVID-19 are spreading across Texas. Here is a list of cases as reported by health officials in Central Texas.

This map shows the amount of CDC confirmed COVID-19 cases in the state:

McLennan County

  • Total number of cases: 22,587 positive
  • 1,020 estimated active cases
  • 21,226 estimated recovered
  • 341 deaths

Baylor University

  • Positive cases since August 1: 2,367
  • Active cases: 261
  • Estimated recoveries: 2,106

Bell County

  • Total number of cases: 17,393 positive (17,354* including Fort Hood)
  • 2,317 active cases
  • 15,076 recovered
  • 200 deaths

* According to DSHS

Brazos County

  • Total number of cases: 14,708 positive
  • 1,575 active cases
  • 12,973 recovered
  • 160 deaths

Texas A&M University

  • Positive cases since January 3, 2021: 487

Milam County

  • Number of cases: 1,116 positive
  • 50 active
  • 1,066 recovered
  • 20 deaths

Falls County

  • Number of cases: 1,305* positive

*According to DSHS

Limestone County

  • Number of cases: 1,190*
  • 62 active cases
  • 99 recovered
  • 16 death

*According to DSHS

Coryell County

  • Number of cases: 2,564 positive (4,221 according to DSHS)
  • 483 active
  • 2,057 recovered
  • 24 death

Leon County

  • Number of cases: 662* positive

*According to DSHS

Robertson County

  • Number of cases: 809*
  • 752 recovered
  • 225 active
  • 10 deaths

*According to DSHS

Lampasas County

  • Number of cases: 1,296 positive
  • 117 active
  • 1,163 recovered
  • 16 death

Burleson County

  • Number of cases: 932* positive

*According to DSHS

San Saba County

Number of cases: 381* positive

*According to DSHS

Mills County

Number of cases: 349* positive

*According to DSHS

Texas health officials say people should follow basic preventative measures as for any respiratory virus, which includes:

  • 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. If you experience difficulty breathing, or persistent fever, call your primary care provider.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue or your sleeve.
  • Frequently clean and disinfect touched objects and surfaces.

For a list of coronavirus cases around the world, click here.