Just 60 COVID-19 Infections Reported in Tom Green County Over the Weekend

 

SAN ANGELO, TX – Over the weekend, just 60 cases of COVID-19 were reported in Tom Green County.

The following is the full report published by the City of San Angelo's Communication Department:

Total cases over last three days: 60

  • Saturday: 22
  • Sunday: 20
  • Monday: 18 

December 6, 2021 COVID-19 report

  • Total positive cases: 25,518
  • Active cases: 216
  • Currently hospitalized: 14
  • New positives: 18
  • New deaths: 0

December 5, 2021 COVID-19 report

  • Total positive cases: 25,500
  • Active cases: 202
  • Currently hospitalized: 13
  • New positives: 20
  • New deaths: 0

December 4, 2021 COVID-19 report

  • Total positive cases: 25,480
  • Active cases: 183
  • Currently hospitalized: 12
  • New positives: 22
  • New deaths: 0

Total de casos en los últimos tres días: 60

  • Sábado: 22
  • Domingo: 20
  • Lunes: 18

Informe COVID-19 del 6 de diciembre de 2021

  • Total de casos positivos: 25518
  • Casos activos: 216
  • Actualmente hospitalizados: 14
  • Nuevos positivos: 18
  • Nuevas muertes: 0 

Informe COVID-19 del 5 de diciembre de 2021

  • Total de casos positivos: 25500
  • Casos activos: 202
  • Actualmente hospitalizados: 13
  • Nuevos positivos: 20
  • Nuevas muertes: 0

Informe COVID-19 del 4 de diciembre de 2021

  • Total de casos positivos: 25480
  • Casos activos: 183
  • Actualmente hospitalizados: 12
  • Nuevos positivos: 22
  • Nuevas muertes: 0

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At least there were no deaths. Hopefully it is starting to go away, but I am not in high hopes that there won't be some sort of resurgence after all of the holiday travel that is about to happen.

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