Numbers this week overall still have COVID-19 cases increasing slightly in our area. Texas Trauma Service Area F (see charts below) which includes Texarkana, New Boston, and Paris, have a reported 40 people hospitalized, down a bit from 42 reported last week, 16 of those in ICU, 6 on ventilators, and still 0 pediatric cases in our area.
Here are your latest COVID-19 numbers for Texarkana and the immediate surrounding area. Stay healthy my friends.
New Cases: 14 Probable Cases: 21 Total All-Time Cases: 7846 Total Deaths: 347
Fully Vaccinated age 12 - 64: 36% Fully Vaccinated age 65 and older: 64%
New Cases: 6 Probable Cases: 12 Total All-Time Cases: 2828 Total Deaths: 159
Fully Vaccinated age 12 - 64: 34% County Fully Vaccinated age 65 and older: 58%
State of Texas
Age 12 and over % Fully Vaccinated: 60% Age 65 and over % Fully Vaccinated: 83%
Active Cases: 44 Total All-Time Cases: 6767 Total Deaths: 151
Free COVID-19 testing is available at 902 W. 12th Street in Texarkana, Texas from 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday. To make an appointment visit https://texas.fulgentgenetics.com/ or call 877-862-4647.
Texarkana Area Chart Updates: (Open the images in a new browser to see them larger)
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