Travis County reports 1,071 active COVID-19 cases, 307 deaths

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AUSTIN (KXAN) — This story has the latest information on COVID-19 cases in Austin and Travis County. See charts and information about coronavirus in other Central Texas counties.

The first cases in Austin were announced March 13.

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Travis County is reporting the number of hospitalizations, including those in the ICU and on ventilators, in 5 counties: Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays, Travis and Williamson. The rest of the information is for Travis County only.

August 11 Update

Travis County is reporting 1,071 active COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 23,249. There are 307 reported deaths and 21,871 recoveries.

August 9 Update

Travis County is reporting 1,119 active COVID-19 cases Sunday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 22,724. There have been 298 reported deaths, no new ones reported from the previous day, and 21,307 recoveries.

August 8 Update

Travis County is reporting 1,159 active COVID-19 cases Saturday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 22,602. There are 298 reported deaths and 21,145 recoveries.

August 7 Update

Travis County is reporting 1,311 active COVID-19 cases Friday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 22,480. There are 295 reported deaths and 20,874 recoveries.

August 6 Update

Travis County is reporting 1,443 active COVID-19 cases Thursday, bringing the total number of cases the county has seen up to 22,256. There are 288 reported deaths and 20,525 recoveries.

August 5 Update

Travis County reported no new deaths for Wednesday, which keeps the total at 287. There are 1,678 active COVID-19 cases reported in the county, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 22,024. There are 20,059 reported recoveries.

August 4 Update

Travis County is reporting 1,965 active COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 21,822. There are 287 reported deaths and 19,570 recoveries.

August 2 Update

Travis County is reporting 2,060 active COVID-19 cases Sunday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the county up to 21,214. There are 18,875 reported recoveries and 279 deaths.

August 1 Update

Travis County is reporting 2,054 active COVID-19 cases Saturday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the county up to 20,967. There are 18,637 reported recoveries and 276 deaths.

July 31 Update

Travis County is reporting 2,179 active COVID-19 cases Friday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the county up to 20,745. There are 274 reported deaths and 18,292 cases that are considered recovered.

July 30 Update

Travis County is reporting 2,155 active COVID-19 cases Thursday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the county up to 20,465. There are 266 reported deaths and 18,044 cases that are considered recovered.

July 29 Update

Travis County is reporting 2,496 active COVID-19 cases Wednesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the county up to 20,187. There are 264 reported deaths and 17,691 cases that are considered recovered.

July 28 Update

Travis County is reporting 2,299 active COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the total amount of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 19,952. There are 255 reported deaths and 17,398 recoveries.

July 27 Update

Travis County is reporting 2,399 active coronavirus cases, bringing the total amount of cases to 19,720. There have been 17,069 recoveries and 252 total deaths in Travis County.

July 25 Update

Travis County is reporting 2,659 active coronavirus cases for the county on Saturday, bringing the total amount of cases to 19,401.

Though 241 people have lost their lives to the virus, 16,501 people have recovered.

July 24 Update

Travis County is reporting:

  • 2,718 active cases
  • 19,177 confirmed cases total
  • 16,218 recoveries
  • 241 deaths

July 23 Update

Travis County is reporting 2,858 active COVID-19 cases on Thursday and 15,852 cases that are considered recovered. There have been 229 total COVID-19-related deaths in Travis County and 18,939 total cases.

July 22 Update

Four more people died due to COVID-19 on Wednesday, Travis County reports. This brings the county’s death toll up to 222. There are 3,016 active COVID-19 cases, bringing the county’s total number of confirmed cases up to 18,696.

In all, there are 15,458 recoveries, according to the county.

July 21 Update

Nine more people died with a confirmed case of COVID-19, according to Travis County on Tuesday, bringing the county’s number of deaths up to 218. There are 3,171 active COVID-19 cases in the county right now, bringing its total number of confirmed cases up to 18,394.

There are 15,005 recoveries, according to the county.

July 20 Update

Six more people died with a confirmed case of COVID-19, Travis County health officials announced on Monday. The COVID-19 death toll is now at 209 people.

Travis County reported there are 3,056 active cases in the area which down from Sunday’s report by over 300 people. 14,526 people have reportedly recovered from the novel coronavirus.

July 19 Update

Travis County is reporting 3,384 active cases of COVID-19, five less than the previous day. That brings the total amount of cases the county has seen to 17,646.

The death toll remains at 203 on Sunday. The number of reported recoveries soared to 14,059, an increase of 197 from the previous day.

The new numbers come days before the possibility of a field hospital opening up at the Austin Convention Center, which Austin Public Health officials at last check said would be as early as Tuesday, July 21.

July 18 Update

Travis County reported a total of 3,389 active coronavirus cases in the county on Saturday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 17,454. There have been 203 deaths from the virus and 13,862 cases are considered recovered.

July 17 Update

Travis County has 3,347 active COVID-19 cases, bringing their total number of confirmed cases up to 17,215. There are 196 reported COVID-19-related deaths and 13,672 recoveries.

July 16 Update

Travis County has 3,473 active COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the county up to 16,983. There have been 189 reported COVID-19-related deaths, and 13,321 reported recoveries.

July 15 Update

Travis County is reporting 3,516 active COVID-19 cases on Sunday, bringing the total amount to 16,570 for the county. There have been 183 COVID-19 related deaths in Travis County.

July 14 Update

Travis County is reporting 3,437 active COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, bringing the overall total number to 15,998 for the county. The county also added seven more COVID-19-related deaths, bringing the total number to 179.

12,382 people are considered recovered from the virus.

July 13 Update

Travis County health officials reported there are 3,411 active cases of COVID-19 on Monday. Three more people have died with a confirmed positive case of coronavirus, taking the area’s total to 172 deaths.

11,862 people are considered recovered from the virus.

July 12 Update

Travis County is reporting 3,351 active COVID-19 cases on Sunday, bringing the total amount to 14,788 for the county. The county also added one more death, bringing the total to 169.

Of the total amount of cases, 11,268 are considered recovered.

July 11 Update

Travis County added two more deaths on Saturday, bringing the total to 168 for the county. Nearby Williamson County is at 52 deaths and Hays County has had 11.

There are currently 3,380 active cases in the county and 14,622 total. Of those, 11,074 are considered recovered.

July 10 Update

Travis County is reporting 3,346 active cases of COVID-19 and 10,792 cases that are considered recovered. Countywide, there have been 14,304 total cases and 166 deaths.

July 9 Update

Travis County is reporting 3,391 active cases of COVID-19 and 10,314 cases that are considered recovered. Countywide, there have been 13,864 total cases and 159 deaths.

July 8 Update

Travis County is reporting 3,165 active cases of COVID-19 and 9,837 cases that are considered recovered. Countywide, there have been 13,161 total cases and 137 deaths.

July 7 Update

Travis County currently has 2,909 active cases of COVID-19, according to the local health dashboard on Tuesday. 151 people with COVID-19 have died in Travis County.

There have been 12,408 total cases of the novel coronavirus.

July 6 Update

Travis County reported seven new deaths related to COVID-19, taking the area’s total to 144 deaths. There are 2,877 active cases of COVID-19 out of 11,926 total cases.

July 5 Update

Travis County is reporting 3,082 active cases of COVID-19 and 8,460 cases that are considered recovered. Countywide, there have been 11,679 total cases and 137 deaths.

July 4 Update

Travis County is reporting 2,856 active cases of COVID-19 and 8,275 cases that are considered recovered. Countywide, there have been 11,131 total cases and 136 deaths.

July 2 Update

Travis County is reporting 2,978 active cases of COVID-19 and 7,584 cases that are considered recovered. Countywide, there have been 10,695 total cases and 133 deaths.

July 1 Update

Travis County is reporting 2,899 active cases of COVID-19 and 7,097 cases that are considered recovered. Countywide, there have been 10,124 total cases and 128 deaths.

June 30 Update

There are now 9,527 total cases of COVID-19, including 6,560 cases that are considered recovered and 2,843 that are considered active.

June 28 Update

Travis County has 8,461 total cases of COVID-19, including 5,726 cases that are considered recovered and 2,618 that are considered active.

June 27 Update

Travis County has 7,825 total cases of COVID-19, including 5,552 cases that are considered recovered and 2,273 that are considered active.

June 25 Update

There are now 7,097 total cases of COVID-19, including 5,076 cases that are considered recovered and 1,905 that are considered active.

June 24 Update

Travis County has 6,914 total cases of COVID-19, including 4,796 cases that are considered recovered and 2,002 that are considered active.

June 23 Update

There are now 6,596 total cases of COVID-19, including 4,512 cases that are considered recovered and 1,970 that are considered active.

June 22 Update

Travis County added 129 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday for a total of 6,339 cases, according to local health officials. Two more people died due to the novel coronavirus, bringing the area’s death toll to 112 people.

There are 1,910 active cases in Travis County with 181 people hospitalized due to the virus.

June 21 Update

Travis County reported a new daily high for coronavirus cases with 506 additional cases on Sunday. There are 6,210 total COVID-19 cases in Travis County with 2,070 cases considered active.

Over the weekend, Travis County has announced 924 new cases.

Another person died due to COVID-19 complications on Sunday, taking the area’s death toll to 110 people.

June 20 Update

Travis County reached a record for number of new cases in one day with a total 418 new cases on Saturday.

There are now 5,704 total cases of COVID-19, including 4,069 cases that are considered recovered and 1,635 that are considered active.

There have been 109 total COVID-19-related deaths in Travis County.

June 19 Update

Travis County has 5,286 total cases of COVID-19, including 3,985 cases that are considered recovered and 1,193 that are considered active.

June 18 Update

Travis County did not report new totals today due to software updating.

There are still 4,991 total cases of COVID-19 in Travis County, including 3,817 cases that are considered recovered and 1,066 that are considered active.

June 17 Update

Travis County has 4,991 total cases of COVID-19, including 3,817 cases that are considered recovered and 1,066 that are considered active.

June 16 Update

Travis County has 4,771 total cases of COVID-19, including 3,729 cases that are considered recovered and 936 that are considered recovered.

June 14 Update

Travis County reported 84 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, bringing the total to 4,545.

The number of recoveries jumped to 3,456 for the county.

Current hospital admissions related to coronavirus hit 129 for Travis, Williamson, Hays, Bastrop and Caldwell Counties. The seven-day average for Austin hospitalizations is currently over 20, hitting Stage 4 on Austin Public Health’s risk-based guidelines.

At Stage 4, Austin-Travis County recommends lower risk individuals should avoid social gatherings with more than 10 people, non-essential travel and shopping and dining for non-essential purposes.

High-risk individuals should follow those same guidelines, but limit social gatherings to no more than two people.

June 13 Update

Travis County has 4,461 total cases of COVID-19, while 3,425 have recovered. The county reported 147 more cases of the virus Saturday.

June 11 Update

Travis County is reporting 4,314 total cases of COVID-19, including 3,380 cases that are considered recovered and 830 that are considered active.

June 10 Update

There are now 4,109 total cases of COVID-19 in Travis County, including 3,248 cases that are considered recovered and 762 that are considered active.

Travis County is reporting two new COVID-19-related deaths.

June 5 Update

Travis County is reporting 3,616 total cases of COVID-19, including 2,996 cases that are considered recovered and 523 that are considered active.

There now 97 total COVID-19-related deaths in Travis County.

June 4 Update

There are now 3,562 total cases of COVID-19 in Travis County, including 550 cases that are considered active and 2,917 that are considered recovered.

June 3 Update

Travis County is reporting 3,501 total cases of COVID-19, including 1,380 cases that are considered recovered and 2,026 that are considered active.

There now 95 total COVID-19-related deaths in Travis County.

June 2 Update

There are now 3,433 total cases of COVID-19 in Travis County, including 1,296 cases that are considered recovered and 2,044 that are considered active.

May 29 Update

Travis County is reporting 3,186 total cases of COVID-19, including 1,959 active cases and 1,134 cases that are considered recovered.

There are now 93 total COVID-19-related deaths in Travis County.

May 28 Update

There are now 3,124 total cases of COVID-19 in Travis County, including 1,918 active cases and 1,114 cases that are considered recovered.

Travis County is reporting 92 total COVID-19-related deaths.

May 27 Update

Travis County is reporting 3,057 total cases of COVID-19, including 1,882 active cases and 1,084 that are considered recovered.

The county is also reporting 91 total COVID-19-related deaths.

May 26 Update

There are now 2,984 total cases of COVID-19 in Travis County, including 1,856 active cases and 1,040 that are considered recovered.

Travis County is reporting two new COVID-19-related deaths.

May 25 Update

Travis County COVID-19 cases increased by 86 on Monday, bringing the total to 2,933 in the county. There was also one more death, bringing the total to 85.

Recoveries are now at 1,020 for the county.

May 24 Update

There are 2,847 cases of COVID-19 in Travis County on Sunday. County officials also reported one more death, bringing the total to 84.

Recovered cases are now up to 1,008.

May 23 Update

Travis County’s coronavirus case count rose by 27 on Saturday, according to the area’s public health dashboard. There are 2,788 reported cases of COVID-19 in Travis County with 83 deaths related to the virus.

There are 1,729 cases considered currently active in Travis County.

May 22 Update

Travis County is reporting 2,761 total cases of COVID-19, including 948 cases that are considered recovered and 1,730 cases that are considered active. The total number of COVID-19-related deaths is 83.

May 21 Update

Travis County is reporting 2,712 total cases of COVID-19, including 937 cases that are considered recovered and 1,692 cases that are considered active. The total number of COVID-19-related deaths is 83.

May 20 Update

There are now 2,644 total cases of COVID-19 in Travis County, including 1,637 cases that are considered active and 925 that are considered recovered. There have been 82 total COVID-19-related deaths in Travis County.

May 19 Update

The COVID-19 death toll in Travis County moved to 81 on Tuesday with two new reported deaths related to the virus. The total case count reached 2,595 after 58 new confirmed cases.

With 915 people considered recovered, there are 1,599 active cases of COVID-19 in the area.

May 18 Update

Travis County reported two more deaths connected to COVID-19 for 79 total coronavirus-related deaths. There were 78 new cases in Travis County on Monday for 2,537 total cases.

With 892 recoveries, there are 1,566 active cases of COVID-19 in Travis County.

May 17 Update

Travis County added 34 cases of COVID-19 Sunday for a total of 2,459 cases in the area. The death toll remained at 77 with 892 people considered recovered from the virus.

There are 1,490 active cases of COVID-19 in Travis County.

May 16 Update

Travis County reported 2,425 COVID-19 cases on Saturday, which is an increase of 44 total cases from the previous day.

There are now 879 recovered cases in the county.

May 15 Update

Travis County is reporting a total of 2,381 COVID-19, including 862 cases that are considered recovered and 1,442 cases that are considered active.

May 14 Update

There are now 2,345 total cases of COVID-19 in Travis County, including 1,445 cases that are considered active and 826 cases that are considered recovered.

Travis County is also reporting two new deaths.

May 13 Update

There are now 2,288 total cases of COVID-19 in Travis County, including 782 cases that are considered recovered and 1,434 cases considered active.

May 12 Update

Travis County is reporting 2,235 total cases, an increase of 64 from the previous day. 1,404 cases are considered active and 760 cases are considered active.

The county also reports that there have now been 71 COVID-19-related deaths.

May 11 Update

There are now 2,171 COVID-19 cases in Travis County. There have now been 65 COVID-19-related deaths. The county is reporting 1,386 active cases and 720 cases that are considered recovered.

May 10 Update

The COVID-19 total in Travis County increased by 32 cases on Sunday reaching 2,127 total cases, according to Travis County health officials. There are 713 coronavirus patients now considered recovered in the area.

The death toll for coronavirus in Travis County remains at 60 people. Current reported active cases increased slightly to 1,354 cases.

May 9 Update

Travis County added 24 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday and the death count remained at 60 people, according to local health officials. There are now 2,095 total cases in the area with 693 people considered recovered from the virus.

Currently, there are 1,342 active cases reported in Travis County.

May 8 Update

Travis County reported 69 new cases of COVID-19 resulting in 2,071 total cases in-county. 678 cases are considered recovered and 1,333 are considered active. There was one new COVID-19 related death bringing the total to 60.

May 7 Update

Travis County reported 56 new cases of COVID-19, resulting in 2,002 total cases in-county. 659 cases are considered recovered and 1,284 are considered active. There were two new COVID-19-related deaths, bringing the county total to 59.

May 6 Update

Travis County incorrectly reported a total of 58 coronavirus-related deaths on Tuesday. The County says the actual death toll is 57 people. The new number was reflected in its latest update on Wednesday.

The total case count for the area increased by 70 for 1,946 total cases. With 617 people considered recovered, there are 1,272 reportedly active cases in Travis County.

May 5 Update

Travis County reported its largest daily death count due to COVID-19 on Tuesday. Five people died from coronavirus-related symptoms for a total of 58 deaths, according to health officials.

Sixty new cases were confirmed by Travis County for a new total of 1,876 cases. The active case count is currently at 1,239 with 579 considered recovered.

May 4 Update

Travis County added 60 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, bringing the current total cases to 1,816. There have been 53 COVID-19-related deaths (one additional since Sunday), and there are 542 cases that are considered recovered.

May 3 Update

One more person died from coronavirus-related complications in Travis County on Sunday, according to health officials. The death toll is now at 52 people.

There are 1,756 total cases of COVID-19 in Travis County with the addition of 42 new cases. 516 people are reported as recovered.

May 2 Update

Travis County added 31 new cases of coronavirus on Saturday. Currently, there are 1,151 active cases of COVID-19 in the area, according to health officials.

Travis County didn’t report any new coronavirus-related deaths on Saturday. The county’s death toll remains at 51.

May 1 Update

Four more people died from coronavirus-related complications Friday, according to Travis County health officials. In total Travis County has 51 COVID-19 deaths and 1,683 cases.

April 29 Update

Two more people died from coronavirus-related complications Wednesday, according to Travis County health officials. In total, Travis County has 44 COVID-19 deaths and 1,591 cases.

The county added 52 new cases on Wednesday. There are 427 reported recoveries.

April 28 Update

Travis County experienced its highest daily increase of cases since April 15 with 75 new cases Tuesday. There are no new deaths in the county Tuesday for the first time since April 12.

April 27 Update

Three more people died from COVID-19 complications on Monday, bringing the area’s total to 42, according to Travis County health officials.

There were 52 new confirmed cases taking the total in Travis County to 1,464. One more person has recovered from the virus for 399 in Travis County.

April 26 Update

Travis County reported three new deaths from COVID-19 on Sunday, bringing the number to 39.

The total number of cases rose to 1,412, however, 398 people have recovered.

April 25 Update

Travis County is now at 1,396 cases of COVID-19, up by 17 cases from Friday. Deaths are now at 36, an increase of four, from the previous day as well.

There are now 382 recoveries in the county.

April 24 Update

There are now 1,379 cases of COVID-19 in Travis County. This is an increase of 67 from the previous day, the highest daily increase since April 15. There has been one additional death, bringing the fatality total to 32. Cases considered recovered are 378.

April 22 Update

There are now 1,263 cases of COVID-19 in Travis County. There are currently 344 patients who are considered recovered and there have been 28 COVID-19-related deaths in the county.

April 19 Update

Two more people have reportedly died from COVID-19 complications in Travis County, according to local health officials. There are 1108 total cases of coronavirus and 25 local deaths as of Sunday afternoon — an increase of 16 cases from Saturday.

267 people are considered recovered from the virus in Travis County.

April 18 Update

Travis County health authorities reported 1092 total coronavirus cases and 23 deaths on Saturday.

The good news is, there have been 262 recoveries.

April 17 Update

Travis County now has 1,074 total COVID-19 cases and three new deaths. There are now a total of 21 deaths.

April 16 Update

Travis County now has 1,029 total COVID-19 cases and one new death. There are now a total of 18 deaths.

April 15 Update

Another three people died from COVID-19 in Travis County on Wednesday. The total number of deaths in the area is now 17. The number of people with coronavirus in the county climbed to 977.

However, Austin Public Health says 178 of those people have now recovered.

April 14 Update

Three more people died with complications connected to the coronavirus Tuesday moving the area’s death count to 14. Travis County’s total case count increased to 900, according to health officials.

158 patients have recovered from COVID-19 in Travis County.

April 13 Update

Travis County reported 856 total COVID-19 cases on Monday and two new fatalities, now a total of 11 deaths. There are also 144 patients who are considered recovered.

April 12 Update

Travis County reported 774 cases on Sunday, climbing by 30. There were also seven more recoveries, which are now at 140.

There are 89 people still hospitalized, with 42 patients in the ICU. Of those 42 patients, 32 are on ventilators.

April 11 Update

Travis County COVID-19 cases climbed by 54 on Saturday, bringing the total to 744. The county also reported more recoveries, bringing that number to 133.

Currently, there are still 89 people who are hospitalized.

April 10 Update

Travis County added 94 new cases of COVID-19 to its overall case count Friday. Travis County is reporting 690 total cases with 128 considered recovered. Additionally, two more deaths were confirmed bringing the total to nine.

Currently, 89 cases are requiring hospitalization.

April 8 Update

Travis County added 42 new cases of COVID-19 to its overall case count Wednesday. Travis County is reporting 596 total cases with 106 considered recovered.

Currently, 75 cases are requiring hospitalization.

April 7 Update

Travis County reported its seventh death in the area related to COVID-19 on Tuesday. There are 554 cases of coronavirus cases in Travis County, according to the latest numbers. An increase of 52 cases since Monday.

Currently, there are 77 patients requiring hospitalization.

April 6 Update

18 new cases of coronavirus have been added to Travis County’s tally on Monday, taking the area to 502 total cases. The death count remained at six people.

April 5 Update

Travis County has reported 24 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, bringing the total amount of cases to 484. The death count remains at 6 people.

April 4 Update

The death count from coronavirus complications rose from 4 to 6 people in Travis County Saturday, according to the county’s case count dashboard. A man in his 30s and a woman in her 50s were the two new deaths in Travis County, according to health officials.

The total number of cases in Travis County rose from 430 to 460 — an increase of 30 people over the last 24 hours.

April 3 Update

Travis County reports a fourth person has died from COVID-19. That person was a woman in her 70s. The number of cases also rose to 430, a 79 case increase from the day before.

April 2 Update

There are now 351 cases of COVID-19 in Travis County — an increase of 46 people from April 1.

April 1 Update

Austin Public Health announced the third death related to COVID-19 in Travis County. The number of cases increased to 305 – an increase of 61 from the previous day and the biggest daily jump so far.

March 31 Update

There are now 244 cases of COVID-19 in Travis County, 38 more than the previous day.

March 30 Update

Travis County reported there are now 206 cases of COVID-19, which is six more than as reported on Sunday. There has also been one more COVID-19-related death in Travis County.

March 29 Update

Travis County updated its numbers on Sunday to reflect 200 cases of COVID-19. That’s a jump of 21 people from Saturday.

March 28 Update

Travis County reported there are now 179 cases as of March 28.

March 27 Update

Travis County announced its first death from COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, March 27. It was a woman in her 70s with significant underlying health conditions.

The county also confirmed there are now 160 cases.

March 26 Update

Travis County reported it had 137 cases as of March 26.

March 25 Update

Travis County has a total of 98 cases of COVID-19 as of March 25.

The Chief of Emergency Medical Services also confirmed Wednesday the first Austin-Travis County EMS employee had tested positive.

Alternate Health Authority Dr. Jason Pickett said of all the cases in Travis County, only three people are in the hospital and the rest are recovering at home.

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