How Do Permian Basin COVID-19 Numbers Compare to the Concho Valley?

 

ODESSA, TX – The Permian Basin's Coronavirus case count continues to soar as Midland and Ector County alone have 3,536 total cases of COVID-19.

According to the Midland Health Department, on July 16, the county has reported 1,339 cases of COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic. So far only 475 patients have recovered from the virus leaving 839 cases still active. 25 patients have died due to COVID-19 complications.  

In Odessa, the Ector County Health Department has reported 2,197 cases of Coronavirus with 911 of those patients released from quarantine. There are currently 1,264 active cases of COVID-19 in Ector County. 22 people from Ector County have died from the Coronavirus. 

According to CBS 7, other small counties in West Texas are experiencing case spikes. Here is a list of some of those counties: 

  • Pecos County Total = 80 confirmed | 60 are recovered | 1 patient has died
  • Andrews County Total = 181 confirmed | 77 are recovered | 2 patients have died
  • Brewster County Total = 165 confirmed | 149 are recovered | 2 patients have died
  • Crane County Total = 64 confirmed | 22 are recovered | 10 patients have died
  • Reeves County Total = 107 confirmed | 63 are recovered | 1 patient has died
  • Howard County Total = 76 confirmed | 29 are recovered | 1 patient died
  • Ward County Total = 54 confirmed | 19 are recovered
  • Winkler County Total = 47 confirmed
  • Martin County Total = 28 confirmed
  • Presidio County Total = 28 confirmed
  • Reagan County Total = 39 confirmed
  • Glasscock County Total = 6 confirmed
  • Upton County Total = 10 confirmed
  • Jeff Davis County Total = 6 confirmed
  • Terrell County Total = 2 confirmed

In San Angelo the City's Health Department has reported 1,343 positive cases 802 of those cases are active. For the full numbers click here

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Abbott is in way over his head, he has not a clue of what to do as case numbers continue grow. He is walking a fine like between pleasing his neocon base and the health of the public. He needs to stop thinking about his reelection and do what is right for the state and its citizens health. Both he and Dan Patrick should resign if they can't take the advise of of medical experts.

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