Wharton County reported 22 new cases of COVID-19

UPDATE 5:11 PM

WHARTON, Texas—-Wharton County Office of Emergency Management has received a report on June 28th from the Texas Department of State Health Services that we have twenty-two (22) new positive cases of COVID-19 and twelve (12) new recoveries to report.

The total who have tested positive for COVID-19 is now one hundred eighty-five (185) in Wharton County and we have had seventy-two (72) reported cases who have recovered and sadly, one death. Wharton County has one hundred twelve (112) active COVID-19 cases.

The distribution of the confirmed cases are as follows:

Cities:                               Gender:                             Age Groups:
Boling:  10                         Male:   81                          0-20:      17
East Bernard: 20             Female: 104                      21-40:    75
El Campo: 83                    Total: 185                         41-60:    56
Glen Flora: 1                                                                  61+:      37
Hungerford: 6                                                               Total:   185
Louise:  4
Wharton: 61
Total:    185

 

WHARTON, Texas—-Wharton County Office of Emergency Management has received a report on June 28th from the Texas Department of State Health Services that we have eighteen (18) new positive cases of COVID-19 and zero (0) new recoveries to report.

The total who have tested positive for COVID-19 is now one hundred sixty-three (163) in Wharton County and we have had sixty (60) reported cases who have recovered and sadly, one death. Wharton County has one hundred two (102) active COVID-19 cases.

The recent upward trend in positive cases means we must remain diligent in our social distancing and hygiene efforts. Now is not the time to let up on our social-distancing practices! Take personal responsibility and do your part to slow the spread of this disease.

Continue to avoid crowds, wear masks when it is recommended or you feel it is in your best interest to do so, and use good common sense when out in the community to avoid spreading disease. This increase in the spread of the virus can be curtailed by our actions.
The County says, “WE MUST TAKE THE PREVENTATIVE ACTIONS NOW TO SLOW THE SPREAD OF COVID-19”!

The distribution of the confirmed cases are as follows:

Cities:                               Gender:                             Age Groups:
Boling:  6                          Male:   72                          0-20:      14
East Bernard: 18             Female: 91                       21-40:    65
El Campo: 79                    Total: 163                        41-60:    53
Glen Flora: 1                                                                   61+:    31
Hungerford: 4                                                              Total:   163
Louise:  4
Wharton: 51
Total:    163

 

(This information was received from Wharton County Facebook page)

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