Lampasas County has 43 active cases of COVID-19; 3 deaths

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

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August 8 Update

Lampasas County is reporting 43 active COVID-19 cases Saturday, bringing the total number of cases the county has seen up to 102. There have been three reported deaths and 56 recoveries.

August 7 Update

Lampasas County is reporting 32 active COVID-19 cases Friday, bringing the total number of cases the county has seen up to 90. There are two reported deaths and 56 recoveries.

August 6 Update

Lampasas County is reporting 39 active COVID-19 cases Thursday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 88. There are two reported deaths and 47 recoveries.

August 5 Update

Lampasas County reported 40 active COVID-19 cases Wednesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases up to 86. There are two reported deaths and 44 recoveries.

August 4 Update

There are 39 active COVID-19 cases in Lampasas County Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 83. There are two reported deaths and 42 recoveries.

August 1 Update

Lampasas County reported 43 active COVID-19 cases Saturday. This brings the total number of cases the county has seen up to 84. There is 1 reported death and 40 recoveries.

July 31 Update

Lampasas County reported it’s first death due to COVID-19.

There are 43 active COVID-19 cases on Friday. Countywide, there have been a total of 83 cases. Of those, 39 cases are considered recovered.

July 27 Update

Lampasas County is reporting 39 active COVID-19 cases and 63 cases that are considered recovered. Countywide, there have been a total of 103 cases.

July 23 Update

Lampasas County is reporting 40 active COVID-19 cases and 63 cases that are considered recovered. Countywide, there have been a total of 103 cases.

July 14 Update

Lampasas County has 35 active cases of COVID-19 with 72 total cases as of Tuesday.

Thirty-seven people are considered recovered from the novel coronavirus.

July 8 Update

Lampasas County is reporting 20 active COVID-19 cases and 20 cases that are considered recovered. Countywide, there are a total of 40 cases.

June 23 Update

Lampasas County is reporting 22 total cases of COVID-19, including 10 active cases and 12 that are considered recovered.

June 18 Update

There are now 17 total cases of COVID-19 in Lampasas County, including five cases that are considered active and 12 that are considered recovered.

June 17 Update

Lampasas County is reporting 13 total cases of COVID-19, including three active cases and 10 that are considered recovered.

May 29 Update

There are now 10 total cases of COVID-19 in Lampasas County — all are considered recovered.

May 18 Update

Lampasas County is reporting eight total cases of COVID-19, including six active cases and two that are considered recovered.

May 4 Update

There are four cases of COVID-19 in Lampasas County. All are considered active.

April 29 Update

Lampasas County is reporting its third case of COVID-19. All three cases in the area are still active.

April 6 Update

Lampas County confirmed its second case of coronavirus in the area Monday. The woman in her 50s is connected to the first case of COVID-19 living at the same household.

She is not hospitalized and is at her residence in self-quarantine, according to the county. 

April 3 Update

Lampasas County has confirmed its first case of COVID-19. The individual is a female in her 40s. She is not hospitalized and is currently in self-quarantine at her residence.

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