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TUESDAY, JULY 14: More than 11,400 people have contracted COVID-19 in East Texas; deaths top 200

For more information on the coronavirus, text "FACTS" to (903) 600-2600.

TEXAS, USA — As of Tuesday, July 14, at 9 a.m., 11,485 people have contracted COVID-19 in East Texas.

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Of that total number, 3,125 patients have recovered and 209 patients have died from coronavirus-related complications.

Below is a full list of COVID-19 stats in East Texas:

  • Anderson County - 1,890, 95 recoveries, 3 deaths
  • Angelina County - 834, 90 recoveries, 12 deaths
  • Bowie County -  517, 100 recoveries, 15 deaths 
  • Camp County - 142, 116 recoveries, 2 deaths
  • Cass County - 62, 39 recoveries, 3 deaths
  • Cherokee County - 364, 17 recoveries, 2 deaths
  • Franklin County - 58
  • Gregg County - 837, 184 recoveries, 15 deaths
  • Harrison County - 444, 291 recoveries, 32 deaths
  • Henderson County - 319, 53 recoveries, 5 deaths
  • Hopkins County - 86, 41 recoveries 
  • Houston County - 187, 75 recoveries
  • Lamar County - 410, 13 deaths
  • Marion County - 58, 25 recoveries, 1 death
  • Morris County -  51, 36 recoveries
  • Nacogdoches County - 593, 348 recoveries, 31 deaths
  • Panola County -  249, 225 recoveries, 25 deaths
  • Polk County - 380, 42 recoveries
  • Rains County - 19, 6 recoveries
  • Rusk County - 302, 80 recoveries, 3 deaths
  • Sabine County -  33, 1 recovery, 1 death
  • San Augustine County - 130, 11 recoveries, 12 deaths
  • Shelby County - , 233 recoveries, 13 deaths
  • Smith County - 1,441, 294 recoveries, 7 deaths
  • Titus County - 985, 656 recoveries, 6 deaths
  • Trinity County -  81, 3 recoveries
  • Upshur County -  105, 46 recoveries
  • Van Zandt County - 209, 31 recoveries, 3 deaths
  • Wood County - 144, 21 recoveries, 5 deaths

Numbers are determined by respective county officials and the Texas Department of State Health Services.

The CDC recommends the following to help protect yourself:

  1. Washing hands
  2. Avoid close contact
  3. Distance self between other people
  4. Stay home
  5. Cover mouth and nose when sneezing or coughing
  6. Throw away used tissues

For more information on the coronavirus, text "FACTS" to (903) 600-2600.

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