Bastrop County has 182 total cases of coronavirus; 2 deaths

Bastrop County

BASTROP COUNTY, Texas (KXAN) — This story has the latest information on COVID-19 cases in Bastrop County.

May 26 Update

There are now 182 total cases of COVID-19 in Bastrop County, including 53 cases that are considered recovered and 127 that are considered active.

May 22 Update

Bastrop County is reporting 169 total cases of COVID-19, including 116 active cases and 51 that are considered recovered.

May 21 Update

Bastrop County is reporting 157 total cases of COVID-19, including 113 active cases and 42 that are considered recovered.

May 20 Update

There are now 149 total cases of COVID-19 in Bastrop County, including 98 active cases and 49 cases that are considered recovered.

May 19 Update

Bastrop County is reporting 147 total cases of COVID-19, including 48 cases that are considered recovered and 97 that are considered active.

May 18 Update

There are now 132 cases of COVID-19 in Bastrop County, including 79 active cases and 51 that are considered recovered.

May 15 Update

Bastrop County is reporting 128 cases of COVID-19, including 75 active cases and 51 cases that are considered recovered.

May 14 Update

There are now 125 cases of COVID-19 in Bastrop County, including 84 cases that are considered active and 39 that are considered recovered.

May 13 Update

Bastrop County is reporting four new cases of COVID-19, making the county’s new total 120. Of these, 37 cases are considered recovered and 81 are considered active.

May 12 Update

There are now 116 cases of COVID-19 in Bastrop County, including 79 active cases and 35 cases considered recovered.

May 11 Update

There are now 112 cases of COVID-19 in Bastrop County. The county says 75 cases are considered active and there are 35 considered recovered.

May 8 Update

Bastrop County reports there are now 106 cases of COVID-19 in-county, an increase of one since the day before. 71 cases are considered active and 33 cases are considered recovered.

There have been two COVID-19-related deaths in Burnet County to date.

May 7 Update

There are now 105 cases of COVID-19 in Bastrop County, an increase of five since the previous day. 70 cases are considered active and 33 are considered recovered.

May 6 Update

There are now 100 cases of COVID-19 in Bastrop County, including 67 active cases. Bastrop County reports 31 cases are considered recovered.

May 4 Update

Bastrop County reports it has 89 total cases.

May 1 Update

Bastrop County added seven new cases of coronavirus on Friday for a total case count of 84. Nineteen people have recovered from the virus. There are 63 active cases of COVID-19 in the area.

April 29 Update

Bastrop County added eight new cases of coronavirus on Wednesday for a total case count of 71. Sixteen people have recovered from the virus. There are 53 active cases of COVID-19 in the area.

April 28 Update

Bastrop County is reporting 46 active cases of COVID-19 with 63 total cases. Recoveries increased to 15.

April 27 Update

Bastrop County has a total of 62 cases of COVID-19.

April 24 Update

Bastrop County has a total of 56 COVID-19 cases, four more than the previous day.

April 22 Update

Bastrop County has a total of 52 COVID-19 cases, two more than the previous day.

April 21 Update

Bastrop has a total of 50 coronavirus cases as of April 21.

April 17 Update

The Bastrop County Office of Emergency Management and the local heath officer confirmed the second local COVID-19-related death. The individual was a 56-year-old
man from an unincorporated area of Bastrop County. There are now 44 positive cases in the county, including the two deaths.

April 16 Update

The number of cases in Bastrop County increased from 38 to 41.

April 15 Update

The number of cases in Bastrop County jumped from 27 to 38 on April 15. Most cases are in the city of Elgin, where 20 people have the coronavirus, the county said.

April 13 Update

Bastrop County reported one new case on Monday, April 13, an increase of one from the previous day — bringing the county’s total COVID-19 cases to 27.

April 9 Update

Bastrop County added five more cases of COVID-19 to its latest numbers on Thursday. The updated total is 23, up from 18 on the previous day.

April 8 Update

Three more cases were confirmed in Bastrop County, bringing its total to 18.

April 7 Update

Bastrop County added three cases of COVID-19 to its latest numbers Tuesday. The county’s updated total is 15 cases.

April 6 Update

Bastrop County announced its first death related to the coronavirus. An Elgin man in his 50s has died from complications with COVID-19, the county announced on Monday.

In the updated case total, Bastrop County is reporting 12 total cases of coronavirus with one death and one person considered recovered.

April 2 Update

Bastrop County reports it has 10 positive cases.

March 31 Update

Bastrop County has 6 cases of COVID-19 as of March 31.

It also instituted a Stay at Home Order to begin at 11:59 p.m. March 31 through April 30.

“The Order requires those who may have COVID-19 to seek pre-arranged medical care,” the county wrote in a statement. “It also addresses those who have tested positive, or who have a presumptive positive diagnosis by a medical doctor, to self-isolate as well as their family members. The Order also addresses limited social gatherings, merchant plans for keeping shoppers safer from the virus, and limits on some purchases. It requires merchants and store owners to develop and implement procedures to limit the spread of the virus to the
employees and shoppers. It also addresses some specifics of social gatherings. Finally, to help merchants and prevent over-buying, the Order places mandatory limits on the sale or purchase of certain kinds of items.

March 28 Update

Bastrop County announced its third positive case of COVID-19 on Saturday, and the first positive test from sampling done at Bastrop County’s test site. The patient is a 31-year-old female who is currently quarantined in her home.

Bastrop County Judge Paul Pape is urging people to stay home.

“Although not unexpected, we are concerned by this news,” Pape said in the County’s release. “As testing increases, we will see an increase in the number of positives across the country and state, including here in Bastrop County. This is also good in a sense, because now this person will get treatment and will not be spreading the virus to others.”

March 25 Update

Bastrop County announced its second positive COVID-19 case March 25. It is a 33-year-old woman who was exposed while she was traveling.

March 21

The first COVID-19 case in Bastrop County was announced March 21. A 37-year-old man is considered Bastrop County’s first presumptive positive case

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