GREGG COUNTY, Texas — Gregg County officials on Wednesday said there had been two more confirmed cases of COVID-19, bringing the county’s total to three.

The three active cases in Gregg County include the patient who initially tested positive March 9. A re-test after two weeks showed he was still infected, Gregg County Judge Bill Stoudt said. The list now also includes his wife, with whom he’s been in isolation.

The third case, like the first, is travel-related. Gregg County Health Administrator A.J. Harris said that meant all three Gregg County case are travel related.

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