Hays County has 1,694 active coronavirus cases, 52 COVID-19-related deaths

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HAYS COUNTY, Texas (KXAN) — This story provides the latest updates on COVID-19 cases in Hays County. See charts and information about coronavirus in other Central Texas counties.

The first cases in Hays County were announced March 14.

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September 22

Hays County is reporting 1,694 active COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,799. There are 52 reported deaths and 4,053 recoveries.

September 21

Hays County is reporting 1,734 active COVID-19 cases Monday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,778. There are 52 reported deaths and 3,992 recoveries.

September 17

Hays County is reporting 1,789 active COVID-19 cases Thursday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,719. There are 52 reported deaths and 3,878 recoveries.

September 15

Hays County is reporting 1,845 active COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,665. There are 52 reported deaths and 3,768 recoveries.

September 14

Hays County is reporting 1,930 active COVID-19 cases Monday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,656. There are 52 reported deaths and 3,674 recoveries.

September 11

Hays County is reporting 1,914 active COVID-19 cases Friday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,598. There are 51 reported deaths and 3,633 recoveries.

September 10

Hays County is reporting 1,915 active COVID-19 cases Thursday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,568. There are 51 reported deaths and 3,602 recoveries.

September 8 Update

Hays County is reporting 1,988 active COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,471. There are 50 reported deaths and 3,487 recoveries.

September 6 Update

There are no new updates.

September 4 Update

Hays County is reporting 1,987 active COVID-19 cases Friday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,471. There are 50 reported deaths and 3,434 recoveries.

September 3 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,028 active COVID-19 cases Thursday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,446. There are 50 reported deaths and 3,368 recoveries.

September 1 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,224 active COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the total number of cases the county has seen up to 5,410. There are 48 reported deaths and 3,138 recoveries.

August 31 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,329 active COVID-19 cases Monday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,396. There are 47 reported deaths and 3,020 recoveries.

August 27 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,378 active COVID-19 cases Thursday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,340. There are 46 reported deaths and 2,916 recoveries.

August 24 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,423 active COVID-19 cases Monday, bringing the total number of cases the county has seen up to 5,297. There are 45 reported deaths and 2,829 recoveries.

August 23 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,425 active COVID-19 cases Sunday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,250. There are 45 reported deaths and 2,780 recoveries.

August 21 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,452 active COVID-19 cases Friday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,230. There are 45 reported deaths and 2,733 recoveries.

August 19 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,518 active COVID-19 cases Wednesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,210. There are 43 reported deaths and 2,649 recoveries.

August 18 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,563 active COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,192. There are 41 reported deaths and 2,588 recoveries.

August 15 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,649 active COVID-19 cases Saturday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,111. There are 41 reported deaths and 2,421 recoveries.

August 13 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,673 active COVID-19 cases Thursday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,103. There are 38 reported deaths and 2,392 recoveries.

August 12 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,700 active COVID-19 cases Wednesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,083. There are 37 reported deaths and 2,346 recoveries.

August 11 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,736 active COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,066. There are 35 reported deaths and 2,295 recoveries.

August 9 Update

There are no new updates.

August 8 Update

There are no new updates.

August 7 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,803 active COVID-19 cases Friday, bringing the total number of cases the county has seen up to 5,012. There are 34 reported deaths and 2,175 recoveries.

August 6 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,829 active COVID-19 cases Thursday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 4,989. There are 34 reported deaths and 2,126 recoveries.

August 5 Update

There are 2,847 active COVID-19 cases reported in Hays County Wednesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 4,969. There are 34 reported deaths and 2,088 recoveries.

August 4 Update

Hays County has 2,878 active COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 4,931. There are 31 reported deaths and 2,022 recoveries.

August 1 Update

There are no new updates for Saturday.

July 31 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,861 active COVID-19 cases Friday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases up to 4,315. There are 28 deaths and 1,426 recoveries.

July 30 Update

Hays County is reporting three more deaths on Thursday, all of which, died in the hospital, bringing the total to 28. The county said of those who died, there was one man in his 70s from San Marcos and a man and a woman from Kyle, who were also in their 70s. 

The amount of recoveries is at 1,373.

The county has reported 4,297 total cases of COVID-19, and 2,896 of those are considered active.

July 29 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,935 COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases up to 4,276. There are 25 deaths and 1,316 recoveries.

July 28 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,969 COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases up to 4,245. There are 25 reported deaths and 1,251 recoveries.

July 27 Update

Hays County is reporting 3,000 active COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 4,203. There are 25 reported deaths and 1,178 recoveries.

July 24 Update

Hays County is reporting:

  • 2,977 active cases
  • 4,133 confirmed cases total
  • 1,132 recoveries
  • 24 deaths

July 23 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,992 active COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 4,091. There are 22 reported deaths and 1,077 recoveries.

July 22 Update

Hays County is reporting 3,024 active COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases up to 4,045. There are 22 reported deaths and 999 recoveries.

July 21 Update

Hays County reported 3,044 active COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases up to 4,004 in the county. There are 21 reported deaths and 939 recoveries.

July 20 Update

Hays County reports there are 3,080 active cases of COVID-19 in the area on Monday. In its first update since Friday, Hays County added 114 new cases.

July 17 Update

Hays County is reporting 3,018 active COVID-19 cases, bringing their total number of confirmed cases up to 3,865. There are 17 deaths in the county, and 830 people are considered recovered.

July 16 Update

Hays County has 3,001 active cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of confirmed cases up to 3,816. There are still 14 reported COVID-19-related deaths, and 801 people are considered recovered.

July 15 Update

Hays County reported 2,974 active cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday. There have been 3,769 total cases of the novel coronavirus, with 781 of those that are considered recovered.

July 14 Update

Hays County reported 2,942 active COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases up to 3,699. Two more deaths were also reported, bringing the total number to 13.

744 people are considered recovered.

July 13 Update

Hays County reported there are 2,939 active cases of COVID-19 in the area as of Monday with 3,643 total cases.

693 people have recovered from the virus in Hays County.

July 12 Update

Hays County has 2,889 active COVID-19 cases as of Sunday. The total amount of cases in the county stands at 3,555. Of those, 655 are considered recovered.

July 11 Update

Hays County reported 2,868 active cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, adding 33 new cases. There have been 3,534 total cases of the novel coronavirus, with 655 of those that are considered recovered.

July 10 Update

On Friday, Hays County reported 2,835 active cases of COVID-19 in the area. In all, the county says there have been 3,501 cases of the novel coronavirus, and 655 individuals are considered recovered.

July 8 Update

Hays County currently has 2,721 active cases of COVID-19 in the area. On Wednesday, the county reported there have been 3,328 total cases of the novel coronavirus, including 596 cases that are considered recovered.

July 7 Update

Hays County currently has 2,652 active cases of COVID-19 in the area. On Tuesday, the county reported there have been 3,243 total cases of the novel coronavirus.

July 6 Update

Three more people died due to COVID-19 in Hays County, taking the death toll to 10, according to local health officials.

There are 2,655 active cases of COVID-19 in the area with 3,193 total cases.

July 5 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,615 active cases and 494 recovered cases. Countywide, there have been 3,116 total cases.

July 2 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,549 active cases and 494 recovered cases. Countywide, there have been 3,050 total cases.

July 1 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,434 active cases and 483 recovered cases. Countywide, there have been 2,924 total cases.

June 30 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,819 total cases of COVID-19, including 472 cases that are considered recovered and 2,340 that are considered active.

June 28 Update

There are now 2,586 total cases of COVID-19 in Hays County, including 2,162 cases that are considered active and 418 that are considered recovered.

June 27 Update

There are now 2,469 total cases of COVID-19 in Hays County, including 2,045 cases that are considered active and 418 that are considered recovered.

June 26 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,415 total cases of COVID-19, including 418 cases that are considered recovered and 1,992 that are considered active.

June 25 Update

There are now 2,275 total cases of COVID-19 in Hays County, including 1,853 cases that are considered active and 417 that are considered recovered.

June 24 Update

Hays County is reporting 2,194 total cases of COVID-19, including 403 cases that are considered recovered and 1,786 that are considered active.

June 23 Update

There are now 2,001 total cases of COVID-19 in Hays County, including 1,599 cases that are considered active and 397 that are considered recovered.

June 22 Update

Hays County health officials reported 160 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday. There are now 1,871 total cases of the novel coronavirus in the county with 1,477 considered active.

Five people have died in connection with COVID-19 and 389 have recovered.

June 21 Update

There are now 1,711 total cases of COVID-19 in Hays County, including 1,317 cases that are considered active and 389 that are considered recovered.

June 20 Update

There are now 1,608 total cases of COVID-19 in Hays County, including 1,214 cases that are considered active and 389 that are considered recovered.

June 19 Update

Hays County is reporting 1,551 total cases of COVID-19, including 389 cases that are considered recovered and 1,157 that are considered active.

June 18 Update

There are now 1,448 total cases of COVID-19 in Hays County, including 1,105 cases that are considered active and 338 that are considered recovered.

June 17 Update

Hays County officials reported 1,238 total coronavirus cases, including 330 cases that are considered recovered and 903 that are considered active.

June 16 Update

Hays County officials reported 1,093 total coronavirus cases, including 322 cases that are considered recovered and 766 that are considered active.

June 14 Update

The Hays County coronavirus case count rose by 54 on Sunday for 727 total cases.

There are 456 actives cases of COVID-19 in the area, according to the county’s public health dashboard.

266 people are considered recovered from the virus in Hays County.

June 13 Update

Hays County officials reported 142 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, bringing the number of active cases to 402.

There was also two new deaths from the virus.

June 11 Update

There are now 673 total cases of COVID-19 in Hays County, including 402 cases that are considered active and 266 that are considered recovered.

June 10 Update

Hays County is reporting 492 total cases of COVID-19, including 257 cases that are considered recovered and 230 that are considered active.

June 5 Update

There are now 398 total cases of COVID-19 in Hays County, including 160 cases that are considered active and 233 that are considered recovered.

June 4 Update

Hays County is reporting 389 total cases of COVID-19, including 220 cases that are considered recovered and 164 that are considered active.

June 3 Update

There are now 385 total cases of COVID-19 in Hays County, including 168 cases that are considered active and 212 that are considered recovered.

June 2 Update

Hays County is reporting a total of 371 COVID-19 cases, including 161 cases that are considered active and 205 that are considered recovered.

May 29 Update

There are now 329 total cases of COVID-19, including 181 cases that are considered recovered and 144 cases that are considered active.

May 28 Update

Hays County is reporting 314 total cases of COVID-19, including 146 active cases and 165 cases that are considered recovered.

May 27 Update

There are now 297 total cases of COVID-19 in Hays County, including 165 cases that are considered recovered and 129 that are considered active.

May 26 Update

Hays County is reporting a total of 279 COVID-19 cases, including 115 that are considered active and 161 that are considered recovered.

May 24 Update

There are no new COVID-19 cases in Hays County on Sunday. The number of active cases is 109.

The number of recovered cases remains at 158.

May 23 Update

Hays County added four new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, according to public health officials. The total case count for the area sits at 270 with 158 cases considered recovered.

May 22 Update

Hays County is reporting 266 total cases of COVID-19, including 158 cases that are considered recovered and 105 cases that are considered active.

May 21 Update

Hays County is reporting 258 total cases of COVID-19, including 158 cases that are considered recovered and 97 cases that are considered active.

May 20 Update

There are now 250 cases of COVID-19 in Hays County, including 92 cases that are considered active and 155 that are considered recovered.

May 19 Update

Hays County is reporting 238 total cases of COVID-19, including 154 cases that are considered recovered and 81 that are considered active.

May 18 Update

There are now 235 total cases of COVID-19 in Hays County, including 80 active cases and 152 that are considered recovered.

May 16 Update

Hays County reported no new COVID-19 cases on Saturday, with one more person who recovered from the virus, bringing the total to 145.

There are now 73 active cases in the county.

May 15 Update

There are now 221 cases of COVID-19 in Hays County, including 144 cases that are considered recovered and 74 cases that are considered active.

May 14 Update

Hays County is reporting one new case of COVID-19. There are now 218 total cases in the the county, including 144 that are considered recovered and 71 that are considered active.

May 13 Update

There are now 217 total cases of COVID-19 in Hays County, 144 are considered recovered and 77 are considered active.

May 12 Update

Hays County is reporting its third COVID-19-related death. The deceased was a San Marcos resident in their 60s who was hospitalized for three weeks, the county reports.

There are also 5 new cases since Monday, the county total is now 214. 142 cases are considered recovered and 69 are considered active.

May 11 Update

There are now 209 COVID-19 cases in Hays County, an increase of five since Saturday, May 9. 140 of the county’s lab-confirmed cases are now considered recovered.

May 9 Update

Hays County COVID-19 cases are at 204 total Saturday. The county’s deaths remain at two.

There are 129 people who have recovered from the virus.

May 8 Update

There has been a second COVID-19-related death in Hays County. The Wimberley resident, who was in their 90s, died on May 7 after two weeks in the hospital.

Total cases in-county are 203 — four more than the previous day. Cases considered active now number 72 and the number of recoveries is 129.

May 7 Update

There are now 199 cases of COVID-19 in Hays County, including 76 active cases. There are also 122 recoveries reported.

May 6 Update

There are now 195 COVID-19 cases in Hays County, including 77 active cases, which is 10 more than the previous day. There are also 117 recoveries reported.

May 5 Update

There are now a total of 183 cases in Hays County, including 67 active cases, which is two more than the previous day. There are also 115 recoveries and 18 hospitalizations reported.

May 3 Update

Hays County reported one new case of COVID-19 on Sunday, bringing the total number of cases to 168.

There have been 100 recoveries and there are currently 67 active cases.

May 2 Update

Hays County had no new cases to report on Saturday, with 100 of their 167 cases recovered.

The county reported a total of 66 active cases and five people who are currently hospitalized.

May 1 Update

Hays County reported two new cases of COVID-19, bringing the countywide total to 167. There are 99 cases that are considered recovered and 67 cases considered active.

April 29 Update

Hays County reported five new cases of COVID-19, bringing the countywide total to 165. There are 91 cases that are considered recovered and 73 cases considered active.

April 28 Update

Hays County added five new cases Tuesday for a total case count of 160. There are 81 cases considered active with 78 considered recovered.

April 27 Update

Hays County now has 155 cases of COVID-19.

April 26 Update

There is good news to report on Sunday, April 26. Hays County saw no rise in cases.

The total count remains at 149, with 71 recoveries.

One person has died from the virus.

April 25 Update

Hays County reported that they now have 149 total cases of COVID-19, up by just one from Friday.

There are also 71 recoveries.

April 24 Update

There is one new case reported since Thursday, bringing the total cases of COVID-19 in Hays County to 148.

April 23 Update

There are 147 total cases of COVID-19 in Hays County, an increase of four from the previous day.

April 22 Update

There are 143 total cases of COVID-19 in Hays County, an increase of three from the previous day.

April 21 Update

There are 140 total cases in Hays County, with 58 of those affected already recovered and out of quarantine (same number as yesterday) and 81 current active cases

April 20 Update

The Hays County Local Health Department reports eight new COVID-19 lab-confirmed positive cases, bringing the total to 135. Fifty-eight cases are considered recovered and the current number of active cases is 76.

April 19 Update

The coronavirus case count rose by two people Sunday in Hays County to 127 total cases. With 57 cases considered recovered and one death in the area, the current number of active cases sits at 69.

Four people remain hospitalized with the virus.

April 18 Update

Hays County has confirmed 125 cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, up by four from Friday.

The county is also reporting one more recovery, bringing that total to 54.

April 17 Update

County health officials have confirmed eight new cases of COVID-19 Friday afternoon, plus an additional four later on to bring the county’s total to 121. The county also announced that 53 people have recovered from the disease.

There have been 680 negative tests for the novel coronavirus, what causes COVID-19, and 23 cases are pending.

April 15 Update

Hays County confirms six new cases of COVID-19. The current total cases is 109.

April 14 Update

Hays County confirms 10 new cases of COVID-19 from the previous day. The current total cases is 103. 43 patients are currently considered recovered and there are 2 hospitalizations.

April 13 Update

Hays County confirms four new cases of COVID-19 — in addition to the county’s first fatality. The current total cases is 93.

Hays County says the deceased is a woman in her 80s who had been living in Buda with a relative.

April 12 Update

Seven new cases of coronavirus were added to the Hays County total Sunday afternoon, according to health officials. The county is reporting 89 total cases of COVID-19 with 24 considered recovered.

Currently, two patients require hospitalization among the 65 active cases.

April 11 Update

Hays County health officials are reporting that the COVID-19 case count for the area hasn’t changed over the last 24 hours.

The total case count for Hays County remains at 82 people as of Saturday afternoon. 24 people are considered recovered keeping the number of active cases to 58 in the county. Three people are currently hospitalized due to coronavirus complications.

April 10 Update

There are 82 positive cases of COVID-19 in Hays County as of Friday. A total of 24 people have recovered.

April 9 Update

Hays County has reported two additional cases of COVID-19 in the county. The new total of positive cases is 79.

April 8 Update

Hays County officials said the number of cases increased to 77. However, the number of recoveries has also increased and is now 23.

April 7 Update

Two new cases of coronavirus have been added to the Hays County count on Tuesday, giving the area 61 total cases. 18 patients have recovered making for 43 active cases of COVID-19 in the county.

April 6 Update

Hays County’s total coronavirus case count sits at 59 as of Monday. The county added five new cases over the last 24 hours.

With 13 people considered recovered, Hays County has 46 active cases. Three people currently require hospitalization.

April 5 Update

Hays County reported four new cases of COVID-19 Sunday. The county’s latest total count is at 54.

Active cases are at 41 and 13 people have recovered.

April 4 Update

Hays County added three new cases of COVID-19 Saturday, bringing the area’s active case count to 37 and the total case count to 50.

13 patients are considered to be recovered.

April 3 Update

The Hays County Local Health Department confirmed two new cases of COVID-19 Friday, bringing the total in the county to 47. 13 patients are considered to have recovered from the virus.

April 2 Update

Hays County has 45 confirmed cases as of Thursday. Four people are currently hospitalized.

Hays County also issued a clarification for those who live there related to how Gov. Abbott’s new social distancing order affects the county’s previous order. Hays County said its order is “effectively superseded” by Abbott’s order, and that Abbott’s order includes a more comprehensive list of essential services.

“The Governor’s Order still prohibits visitation of nursing homes and assisted living facilities, and it still forbids use of bars, restaurants, gyms, massage establishments, tattoo studios, piercing studios, or cosmetology salons, except that it encourages take-out and/or delivery of food and drinks,” Hays County wrote in a release. “Even though some of the detailed guidance in the Hays County Judge’s most recent Order will no longer control, it is important to remember that Governor’s Order does indicate that businesses and citizens should follow the Guidelines from the President and the CDC.”

April 1 Update

Hays County added four confirmed, active cases of coronavirus taking the county’s total to 32 active cases on Wednesday. As previously reported, 10 Hays County citizens have recovered from the virus.

In total, 42 people have tested positive, according to Hays County officials.

March 31 Update

Hays County reports it has 28 active cases of COVID-19 — 10 individuals have recovered from the virus, according to officials.

March 30 Update

Hays County added two new active coronavirus cases Monday taking the county’s active count to 18. Three cases currently require hospitalization.

March 29 Update

22 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in Hays County, but six have recovered, according to the latest numbers from Hays County authorities.

The current count of active cases sits at 16 as of Sunday, March 29.

Two of those 16 cases are currently requiring hospitalization. Four of the cases are considered travel-related while the other 12 people didn’t report recent travel. All positive cases are adults in the age range between 20 and 69 years old.

March 26 Update

Hays County has a total of 13 COVID-19 cases as of March 26. It reported two new cases on Thursday, a resident of Dripping Springs and a resident of Kyle. The breakdown of cases by city is:

  • Austin (some Hays County addresses are Austin) – 1
  • Buda – 3
  • Dripping Springs – 2
  • Kyle -4
  • San Marcos – 2

March 25 Update

Hays County has a total of 11 COVID-19 cases as of March 25. It reported two new cases on Wednesday, a resident of Buda and a Dripping Springs resident, and shared the breakdown of cases by city:

  • Austin (some Hays County addresses are Austin) – 1
  • Buda – 3
  • Dripping Springs – 1
  • Kyle -3
  • San Marcos – 2

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