Navarro County reported one new case of COVID-19 Tuesday, Sept. 15. To date, the county reports 1,204 confirmed cases (1,507 total cases), 1,366 have recovered and 111 are currently considered active.
Currently nine patients are hospitalized and there are 303 probable cases. To date, 30 related deaths have been reported.
PCR and antigen tests are totaled daily in active and recovered case counts.
Included in Tuesday's report were the following statistics:
The new positive is as follows:
• 8 y/old W/M – Corsicana
The new probable cases are as follows:
• 55 y/old W/F – Corsicana
• 24 y/old H/M – Corsicana
• 30 y/old B/F – Corsicana
• 46 y/old H/F – Corsicana
Cases have been confirmed throughout the county, located in and around Corsicana, Angus, Barry, Blooming Grove, Chatfield, Dawson, Emhouse, Frost, Rice, Richland, Kerens, Purdon, Powell, Streetman, Eureka, Mildred and Retreat.
For individuals tested positive for the virus outside of Navarro County, please contact the Corsicana-Navarro County Public Health Department at 903-874-6731 upon notification.
Health officials are continually monitoring conditions locally, regionally, statewide and at the national level.
City and county leaders continue to research additional steps to help stop the spread. Residents are urged to practice social distancing guidelines, especially in large retail stores. Also, if you have an employee who is sick, please ask them to stay home.
County stakeholders continue to meet daily to discuss current conditions, unmet needs, and operational procedures for every sector.
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More information can be found online on the Navarro County COVID-19 page at https://navarrocountyoem.org/.
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