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Hopkins County COVID-19 Update: Fourth Active Case Confirmed
May10

Hopkins County COVID-19 Update: Fourth Active Case Confirmed

A fourth case of active COVID-19 has been identified in Hopkins County, this makes the eighth positive case overall, as four people have previously recovered from the virus. In a rare Sunday morning Zoom teleconference held by the Hopkins County Emergency Managment Team, County Judge Robert Newsom shared that another person had tested positive for COVID-19 and was in self-quarantine at their residence. Because Hopkins County continues...

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Recoveries Outpaced New COVID Cases In September,1 More Hopkins County COVID Fatality Reported
Sep30

Recoveries Outpaced New COVID Cases In September,1 More Hopkins County COVID Fatality Reported

Hopkins County appears to be headed in the right direction, with recoveries outpacing new COVID cases during the month of September, due marked decrease in new virus cases reported over the past 16 days than during the first 2 weeks of the month. Unfortunately, 1 more Hopkins County COVID fatality was reported as well. The first half of September was marked with high rates of new cases 458 total, 212 during the first week an 246...

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3 Additional COVID Fatalities Confirmed For Hopkins County This Week
Sep18

3 Additional COVID Fatalities Confirmed For Hopkins County This Week

Three additional COVID fatalities have been confirmed for Hopkins County this week, increasing the pandemic total to 130 cases, Texas Department of State Health Services reported Friday afternoon, Sept. 17, 2021. All COVID-19 deaths come from death certificates filed by the doctor, medical examiner or other official who completes the paperwork and sends it to the state vital statistics office with COVID listed as the direct cause of...

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Three Additional COVID Deaths, 62 New Cases Reported For Hopkins County
Aug30

Three Additional COVID Deaths, 62 New Cases Reported For Hopkins County

Three additional COVID deaths, 62 new cases and 74 recoveries were reported for Hopkins County over the weekend, which means 1.32 percent of the overall population in Hopkins County had the virus this month, with 2.24 percent of the cases resulting in death due to the virus so far in August, according to Texas Department of State Health Services reports. Two new COVID fatalities were announced on Friday and one Saturday, for a total...

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120th COVID-19 Fatality, 35 New Cases, 6 Recoveries, 270 Active Cases Reported For Hopkins County
Aug19

120th COVID-19 Fatality, 35 New Cases, 6 Recoveries, 270 Active Cases Reported For Hopkins County

Texas Department of State Health Services on Wednesday announced the 120th COVID-19 fatality for Hopkins County, along with 35 new cases, 270 active cases and 6 recoveries on Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2021. COVID-19 Fatalties Wednesday marked consecutive two consecutive days this week and the fourth time in 10 days that DSHS has reported another Hopkins County resident has died as a result of COVID-19. That makes six coronavirus deaths so...

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COVID-19 Vaccines Now Available At Cody Drug, April 28 Clinic At Hospital
Apr27

COVID-19 Vaccines Now Available At Cody Drug, April 28 Clinic At Hospital

109th COVID-19 Hopkins County Fatality Reported While the number of new COVID-19 cases reported in Hopkins County continues to dwindle as more COVID-19 vaccines become available, the virus has not been eradicated in Hopkins County. Not only are people still contracting the virus, one additional Hopkins County resident’s death has been confirmed to be the result of COVID-19 — the 109th COVID-19 fatality reported for Hopkins...

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April 8 COVID-19 Update: No New COVID-19 Cases, 1 Fatality Reported For Hopkins County
Apr08

April 8 COVID-19 Update: No New COVID-19 Cases, 1 Fatality Reported For Hopkins County

Hopkins County seems to still be headed in the right direction as far as COVID-19 is concerned. Thursday was another day with no new COVID-19 cases reported in Hopkins County residents, but had 13 residents reported to have recovered from their bout with COVID-19. Despite the ever increasing number of people receiving COVID-19 vaccines, the virus is still not gone from Hopkins County: 123 residents were estimated Thursday afternoon to...

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March 4 COVID-19 update: 3 Fatalities, 22 New Cases, 3 Recoveries So Far This Week
Mar04

March 4 COVID-19 update: 3 Fatalities, 22 New Cases, 3 Recoveries So Far This Week

Daily COVID-19 case and patient counts in COVID hospital units across the state have continued to decline over the last few week, but new cases do continue to be reported daily at the county, regional and state level. From March 1 to March 4 COVID-19 case counts in Hopkins County increased by 22, while only three recoveries were reported; three COVID-19 fatalities have also been confirmed for Hopkins County in the last seven days....

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Feb. 5 COVID-19 Update: 3 Fatalities, 18 New Cases, 10 Recoveries, 35 Vaccine Doses Administered
Feb05

Feb. 5 COVID-19 Update: 3 Fatalities, 18 New Cases, 10 Recoveries, 35 Vaccine Doses Administered

The Texas Department of State Health Services Feb. 5 COVID-19 Case Counts dashboard showed three additional confirmed COIVD-19 fatalities and 18 new cases on Friday. On the other hand, 10 people had recovered Friday, COVID-19 hospitalizations remained low, 36 additional doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were administered to people in Hopkins County on Thursday and 200 additional doses have been allocated to two Hopkins County providers...

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Jan. 13 COVID-19 Update: 1 Fatality, 17 New Cases, 16 Recoveries, 239 Active Cases Reported For Hopkins County
Jan13

Jan. 13 COVID-19 Update: 1 Fatality, 17 New Cases, 16 Recoveries, 239 Active Cases Reported For Hopkins County

Texas Department State Health Services and Hopkins County/Sulphur Springs Emergency Management officials in Jan. 13 COVID-19 updates reported one additional COVID-19 fatality, 17 new cases, 16 recoveries, and a slight rise in hospitalizations in the local COVID unit. Case Counts The DSHS Jan. 13 COVID-19 Texas Case Counts dashboard showed a total of 1,260 Hopkins County residents have received positive molecular COVID-19 test results...

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