SAN ANTONIO – As state officials try to mitigate a summer surge in COVID-19 cases, you can track case counts county by county in Texas.
The Texas Department of State Health Services map only counts cases that are confirmed through a PCR test and not probable cases that include symptomatic people who had a positive antigen test.
Weeks after reopening, cases surged in Texas in June and July, straining hospital resources and resulting in a statewide mask mandate issued by Gov. Greg Abbott.
The numbers below are updated daily, based on local and state government reporting.
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(If you’re unable to see the map, click here. The map does work with mobile devices, but screen size may limit functionality. If you’re able, view on a desktop or tablet for best results.)
This story was updated at 2:30 p.m. on July 17, 2020.
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