COVID-19: Taylor County adds 26 cases Monday – Abilene Reporter-News


The Abilene-Taylor County Public Health District on Monday reported 26 new installments of COVID-19, four which were confirmed via&nbsppolymerase squence of events tests.

Two deaths related to the coronavirus also were reported Friday, getting the county total to 654 because the pandemic started.

Active cases Monday totaled 879 (210 PCR cases and 669 according to antigen tests), lower from 946 reported Friday.

The&nbsppercentage of COVID-19 inpatients within the 16-county Abilene trauma service area was 1.87% Sunday, when compared with 1.76% Saturday and a pair of.04% Friday, based on the&nbspTexas Department of Condition Health Services COVID-19 database.

The Abilene trauma service area Sunday had 16 COVID-19 inpatients, three greater than reported per week earlier.&nbspIn the prior 24 hrs, there have been two COVID-19 admissions&nbspin the region, based on the condition database.

Condition officials are releasing county and trauma service area data on Mondays only.

Coronavirus through the figures

Abilene/Taylor County (Monday data):&nbspNew cases, 26 PCR cases, 14,421 active PCR cases, 210&nbsptotal antigen probable cases, 25,749 total active antigen cases, 669 total PCR recoveries, 14,553 total antigen recoveries, 24,721 Total deaths, 654.

Texas (updated Monday):&nbspTotal cases, NA&nbspNew cases, 2,112&nbspHospitalized, 2,074 Fatalities, NA New fatalities, NA Total tests, NA.

Big Country believed new daily confirmed cases&nbsp(Monday,&nbspas tracked through the condition):&nbspBrown, Callahan, 2 Coke, Coleman, Comanche, 1 Eastland, &nbspErath, 4 Fisher, Haskell, Howard, Johnson, 1 Kent, Knox, Mitchell, Nolan, Runnels, Scurry, Shackelford, &nbspStephens, Stonewall, and Throckmorton, .

Sources: Town of Abilene,&nbspTexas Department of Condition Health Services (counts PCR cases only)&nbspSan Angelo Standard-Occasions

SELECT PRISONS (Monday update)

Daniel (Snyder):&nbspStaff cases –&nbspactive, &nbspInmate cases –&nbspactive, , medical isolation, .

Havins (Brownwood):&nbspStaff cases –&nbspactive, &nbspInmate cases –&nbspactive, ,&nbspmedical isolation, .

Middleton (Abilene):&nbspStaff cases –&nbspactive, 1&nbspInmate cases –&nbspactive, 1, medical isolation, 1.

Robertson (Abilene):&nbspStaff cases –&nbspactive, 1&nbspInmate cases –&nbspactive, ,&nbspmedical isolation, .

Sayle (Breckenridge):&nbspStaff cases –&nbspactive, &nbspInmate cases –&nbspactive, 5,&nbspmedical isolation, 5.

Wallace (Colorado City):&nbspStaff cases –&nbspactive, &nbspInmate cases –&nbspactive, , medical isolation, .

Source: Texas Department of Criminal Justice COVID-19 website.

SCHOOLS

Abilene ISD:&nbspReported Monday zero new cases, for as many as 33 active cases (23 student cases and 10 staff cases).

Wylie ISD:&nbspThe district is reporting COVID-19 data straight to the department only.

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