Recovery from COVID-19 continues to outpace new cases in Hays County, with less than 300 active cases.
The Hays County District Health Department reported on Monday 82 recovery from the coronavirus, confirmed cases in 48 new laboratories, 8 discharges, and 3 hospitalizations. This contained information from May 15th to 17th.
The county considers 295 cases to be active (34 less than Friday), for a total of 18,731 cases since the outbreak of the pandemic. Hays County has aggregated 532 COVID-19 cases in the last 21 days. Between April 2020 and May 17, 2021, there were 2,048 possible cases.
Currently, residents of 10 counties are hospitalized by COVID-19, with a total of 876 hospitalizations with variable hospitalizations and discharges reported on Monday. Some patients admitted with COVID-19 are in hospitals outside Hays County, but if they live in Hays County they are included in the county count, local health departments say.
The county has recorded 245 coronavirus-related deaths since the virus was first diagnosed within the county’s boundaries on March 14, 2020.
There are 18,191 county residents who have recovered from the coronavirus following the 82 recovery recorded on Monday.
The local health department has a negative test of 166,795 and Hayes County has 185,526 tests.
San Marcos recorded seven new cases between Saturday and Monday. The city currently has 100 active cases (down 23 from Friday), for a total of 6,674 cases.
Kyle recorded a total of 5,968 cases, including 92 active cases. Buda aggregated a total of 3,333 cases and currently has 46 active cases. Dripping Springs has accumulated a total of 917 cases, with 29 active cases. Wimberley counted a total of 736 cases, including eight active cases. Austin in Hays County currently has 6 active cases, for a total of 564 cases. Driftwood has recorded a total of 240 cases and has 5 active cases. Niederwald has a total of 98 cases and currently has two active cases. Maxwell had a total of 73 cases and 2 active cases. Mountain City has accumulated a total of 47 cases, including one active case. Uhland has a total of 34 cases, one of which is considered active. Manchaka has one active case, with a total of 26 cases recorded.
Wood Creek aggregated a total of 9 cases. Creedmoor recorded a total of 5 cases, including 2 active cases. Bear Creek collected a total of 4 cases. Hayes has reported a total of 3 cases.
The 20-29 year range recorded the highest number of COVID-19 cases, with a total of 5,309 cases aggregated on Monday.
According to the local health department, 2,908 counties diagnosed with the disease are between the ages of 10 and 19. 2,826 years old is 30-39 years old. 2,528 people fall into the age group of 40-49 years. 1,846 years old is 50-59 years old. 1,238 people are under 9 years old. 1,178 counties diagnosed with coronavirus are 60-69 years old.
The 567 inhabitants infected with COVID-19 are 70-79 years old and 331 are over 80 years old.
The local health department reported that 9,814 women and 8,917 men in Hays County were diagnosed with COVID-19.
According to the ethnic breakdown of the county, 49% of the county residents diagnosed with coronavirus are Hispanic, 35.1% of the county residents diagnosed with the disease are non-Hispanic, and 15.9% are of a particular ethnic group. Do not have.
By race, 69.4% of the inhabitants of the county infected with COVID-19 were white, 25.3% were unknown or unspecified, 3.2% were black, 1% were Asian, 1% were other, and 0.1%. Is an American Indian.
The Texas Department of Health reported that as of Monday, there were 2,498,217 Texas people diagnosed with COVID-19 and 49,900 deaths. According to DSHS, there are currently 2,157 Texas people hospitalized with the coronavirus.
Since March 1, 2020, Texas State University has had a total of 2,854 cases of coronavirus at the time of issuance (2,592 for students and 262 for faculty and staff). According to the university dashboard, there are currently 40 active cases.
San Marcos Consolidated ISD reported 3 active COVID-19 cases in the week of May 3-7 — 3 among students.
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 illness and death, including pneumonia, especially for the elderly and those with existing health problems.
Application for COVID-19 vaccine
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 the DSHS, 81,484 citizens of Hays County are fully vaccinated, accounting for approximately 44.43% of the 183,380 eligible residents aged 16 and over. In addition, residents of 103,742 counties have received at least one COVID-19 vaccination — 56.57%. Children between the ages of 12 and 15 are approved for Pfizer vaccine, but DSHS has not yet incorporated that age range into the eligible population. DSHS states that 654 adolescents in Hays County between the ages of 12 and 15 were vaccinated with the Pfizer vaccine.
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