Blanco County has 47 active COVID-19 cases and 1 death

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

Blanco County confirmed its first positive case of COVID-19 on March 23.

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July 5 Update

There are now 47 active cases of COVID-19 in Blanco County. The county is also reporting eight cases that are considered recovered and 56 total cases.

July 4 Update

There are now 41 active cases of COVID-19 in Blanco County. The county is also reporting eight cases that are considered recovered and 50 total cases.

July 2 Update

There are now 32 active cases of COVID-19 in Blanco County. The county is also reporting eight cases that are considered recovered and 41 total cases.

June 30 Update

Blanco County is reporting 41 total cases of COVID-19, including eight cases that are considered recovered and 32 that are considered active.

June 28 Update

There are now 33 total cases of COVID-19 in Blanco County, including 25 active cases and seven that are considered recovered.

June 27 Update

There are now 31 total cases of COVID-19 in Blanco County, including 23 active cases and seven that are considered recovered.

June 26 Update

Blanco County is reporting 29 total cases of COVID-19, including seven cases that are considered recovered and 21 that are considered active.

June 23 Update

There are now 27 total cases of COVID-19 in Blanco County, including 19 active cases and seven that are considered recovered.

June 21 Update

Blanco County reported three more cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, bringing the total amount to 24. There are seven of those cases that are considered to be recovered, while 16 of those are active.

June 20 Update

Blanco County is reporting 21 total cases of COVID-19, including seven cases that are considered recovered and 14 that are considered active.

June 19 Update

There are now 19 total cases of COVID-19 in Blanco County, including 11 active cases and seven that are considered recovered.

June 17 Update

Blanco County is reporting 13 total cases of COVID-19, including six cases that are considered recovered and six that are considered active.

June 16 Update

There are now 11 total cases of COVID-19 in Blanco County, including four active cases and six that are considered recovered.

June 11 Update

Blanco County is reporting 12 total cases of COVID-19, including six cases that are considered recovered and five that are considered active.

June 2 Update

There are now 10 total cases of COVID-19 in Blanco County, including three active cases and six that are considered recovered.

May 30 Update

Blanco County is reporting its first COVID-19 related death. A man in his 60s passed away unexpectedly his home. Unattended deaths are being screened for COVID-19 and the man did have minor symptoms. Tests showed the man had an active COVID-19 infection.

May 22 Update

There are now eight cases of COVID-19 in Blanco County, including six cases that are considered recovered and one considered active.

May 21 Update

There are now seven cases of COVID-19 in Blanco County, including six cases that are considered recovered and one considered active.

May 18 Update

Blanco County has no new cases of COVID-19 and of its six total cases, all six are considered recovered.

April 23 Update

There are now six cases of COVID-19 in Blanco County, a one case increase from the previous day.

April 22 Update

There are now five cases of COVID-19 in Blanco County, a one case increase from the previous day.

April 21 Update

As of April 21, Blanco County has four COVID-19 cases, two of which have recovered.

April 2 Update

Blanco County has confirmed its second positive case of COVID-19. According to the county, the patient is a male resident who had a test performed at a hospital on Saturday as a result of symptoms he had been having. The case is travel-related as the symptoms began after contacting an ill family member who lives outside of Blanco County.

The county says he traveled within the city of Blanco before reporting his symptoms, at which point in time he self-quarantined at home. He has been discharged to home where they remain under self-quarantine.

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