A Buda man in his thirties recently died of COVID-19, recording the 385th coronavirus-related death in Hays County.
The Hays County District Health Department also reported on Friday 48 additional recovery from COVID-19, 40 new tests confirmed cases, 3 hospitalizations and 2 discharges.
The county considered 652 cases active (9 less than Thursday), for a total of 29,194 cases since the initial diagnosis of the virus within the border on March 14, 2020. The county has aggregated 1,090 COVID-19 cases in the last 21 days. Between April 2020 and October 15, 2021, there were 3,262 possible cases.
According to the local health department, residents of 20 counties are currently hospitalized with COVID-19. Eighteen have not been vaccinated and two have been vaccinated. In the county, of the 18 unvamped hospitalized patients, 8 are in the ICU and are not currently on ventilator, 6 are on ICU and ventilator, and 4 are non-ICU. He said he was a patient. In addition, both hospitalized and vaccinated residents are currently non-ICU patients. As of Wednesday, there were a total of 1,327 hospitalizations.
The county aggregated 28,157 county residents who recovered from the coronavirus, and 48 recovery was reported on Friday.
The local health department has a negative test of 265,550 and the county has 294,744 tests. The positive rate for Friday’s report was about 4.13%. After a weekly audit, 32 cases were removed from the total number of cases in Hays County due to extra-county or duplicate records.
San Marcos currently has 134 active cases (two less than Thursday), for a total of 9,754 cases.
Kyle recorded a total of 9,479 cases, including 219 active cases. Buda aggregates a total of 5,284 cases and currently has 154 active cases. Dripping Springs has accumulated a total of 1,392 cases and has 23 active cases. Wimberley has counted a total of 1,566 cases, including 66 active cases. In Austin, Hays County, there are a total of 829 cases and 27 active cases. Driftwood recorded a total of 461 cases, 19 of which were considered active. Niederwald had a total of 139 cases, including 3 active cases. Mountain City has accumulated a total of 76 cases, with one active case. Maxwell had a total of 71 cases. There are a total of 56 cases in Euland, one of which is considered active. Manchaka has recorded a total of 58 cases, with 5 active cases. Wood Creek recorded a total of 12.
Bear Creek collected a total of 8 cases. Creedmoor has recorded a total of 6 cases. Hayes reports a total of 3 cases.
The largest number of COVID-19 cases in the 20-29 year range have been recorded, with a total of 7,393 cases aggregated as of Friday. There are currently 82 active cases between the ages of 20 and 29 in Hays County.
According to the local health department, 4,979 counties diagnosed with the disease are between the ages of 10 and 19, of which 169 are believed to be active. The 4,546 counties diagnosed with the disease are between the ages of 30-39 and 84 have active cases. 3,953 people belong to the age group of 40-49 years, and 80 are thought to be active. Ages 2,746 are between the ages of 50 and 59 and include 64 active cases. 2,509 are under 9 years of age and 106 cases are considered active. Residents of 1,763 counties diagnosed with coronavirus are between the ages of 60 and 69, and 42 are considered active cases.
850 residents of Hays County infected with COVID-19 are 70-79 years old and include 20 active cases. The 455 is over 80 years old and currently has 5 active cases.
Currently, there are 343 active cases among women in the county and 309 active cases among men in Hays County.
According to the ethnic breakdown of the county, 48.9% of the county residents diagnosed with the coronavirus are Hispanic, 37.4% of the county residents diagnosed with the disease are non-Hispanic, and 13.7% are of a particular ethnic group. Do not have.
By race, 70.2% of the COVID-19-infected county residents are white, 24.3% are unknown or unknown, 3.3% are black, 1.1% are others, 1% are Asian, and 0.1% are Native Americans.
The Texas Department of Health reported an additional 4,513 cases confirmed on Friday. As of Friday, there were 3,461,663 Texans diagnosed with COVID-19 and 67,477 deaths. According to DSHS, there are currently 5,606 Texas people hospitalized for the coronavirus. As of Friday, the state-wide positive rate is 8.88%.
Texas State University has recorded 1,710 cases of coronavirus since August 1 at the time of publication (1,584 for students and 126 for faculty and staff). According to the university dashboard, there are currently 62 active cases.
San Marcos Consolidated ISD reported 18 active COVID-19 cases as of Friday. This is 11 out of 8,000 SMCISD students and 7 out of 1,230 faculty members.
COVID-19 causes mild or moderate symptoms such as fever and cough, but most people heal in a few weeks. However, the disease can cause more serious illnesses, such as pneumonia and death, especially for the elderly and those with existing health problems.
To make an appointment for vaccination, please visit: https://www.haysinformed.com.. From there, you can use the new online scheduler to find the best time and place for you. According to DSHS, 125,379 Hays County residents were fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of Friday, about 63.97% of the 195,999 eligible residents over the age of 12.
In addition, residents of 145,141 counties have received at least one COVID-19 vaccination — 74.05% of the eligible population. According to DSHS data, residents of 8,630 counties received COVID-19 booster shots.
The “No Reservation” Vaccine Clinic is available Monday through Friday at San Marcos’ Live Oak Community Clinic, 401 Broadway, from 8:30 am to 11:30 am and from 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm .. Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson Vaccines Available at this clinic.
The Walk-Pfizer Vaccine Clinic will be held every Monday through Friday from 9 am to 12 pm and from 1 pm to 3 pm in Kyle’s Communicare at 2810 Dacy Lane.
The Drive-Through Vaccine Clinic will be offered by MD Diagnostics from 10am to 6pm at Dripping Springs’ Old Walnut Springs School, 300 Sportsplex, Monday through Friday.
The COVID-19 vaccine is widely available at multiple CVS pharmacies in San Marcos, multiple Walgreens pharmacies, both HEB pharmacies, MedPark pharmacies, B & J pharmacies, San Marcos Family Medicine, and Sam’s Club Pharmacy.visit https://hayscountytx.com/covid-19-information-for-hays-county-residents/ View other locations throughout the county. Please check if reservations are required at each location or if carry-on is accepted.
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