Crosby County reports 3 new cases of COVID-19 as of July 8

Crosby County reports 3 new cases of COVID-19 as of July 8
Update on the COVID-19 cases on the South Plains (Source: KCBD NewsChannel 11)

CROSBY COUNTY, Texas (KCBD) - The Texas State Health Department is reporting three new cases of COVID-19 in Crosby County for July 8.

Authorities in Crosby County reported one new COVID-19 case on July 6, bringing their total to 11 active cases, 20 recoveries and one death.

1st, female between the ages of 65-75 - Crosbyton area 2nd, male between the ages of 15-25 -Lorenzo area 3rd, male between the ages of 15-25 -Lorenzo area 4th, female between the ages of 50-60 -Ralls area

The location of the male, between the ages of 50-60 that was listed as unknown on the previous report, is from the Ralls area.

On June 30, Crosby County confirmed 7 new cases of COVID-19 bringing the total to 10 active cases, 11 recoveries and one death for the county.

The six (6) positive cases reported on June 30, 2020, in the Lorenzo area have been cleared of quarantine by the State Health Department. By the time this office received the information on these individuals, they had already been in quarantine for two (2) weeks and have since been moved to the recovery list by the State Health Department.

1st, male between the ages of 10-20 - Lorenzo area

2nd, male between the ages of 10-20 -Lorenzo area

3rd, female between the ages of 5-15 -Lorenzo area

4th, female between the ages of 35-45 -Lorenzo area

5th, male between the ages of 5-15 - Lorenzo area

6th, female between the ages of 5-15 -Lorenzo area

7th, male between the ages of 50-60 - no location given, will update as soon as data is received.

The Texas State Health Department does all investigations into these cases. Information will be posted as soon as it is received.

Remember to wash your hand, use hand sanitizer and social distance.

Crosby County reported their first death from COVID-19 on April 14.

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