Caldwell County has 50 cases of COVID-19 in area

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

May 26 Update

Caldwell County is reporting 50 total cases of COVID-19, including 40 active cases and 10 that are considered recovered.

May 22 Update

There are now 49 total cases of COVID-19 in Caldwell County, including 39 active cases and 10 that are considered recovered.

May 21 Update

There are now 41 total cases of COVID-19 in Caldwell County, including 32 active cases and nine that are considered recovered.

May 19 Update

Caldwell County is reporting 39 total cases of COVID-19, including 30 active cases and nine that are considered recovered.

May 18 Update

There are now 36 cases of COVID-19 in Caldwell County, including 27 active cases and nine considered recovered.

May 4 Update

Caldwell County reports a total of 22 people have tested positive for COVID-19 there, with 14 of those cases considered active. Eight people have recovered.

May 1 Update

Fourteen people have tested positive for COVID-19 in Caldwell County. Five people are considered recovered, and there are nine active cases.

April 29 Update

Eleven people have tested positive for COVID-19 in Caldwell County as of Wednesday, April 29.

Five people have recovered giving the area six active cases.

April 24 Update

There are no new cases of COVID-19 in Caldwell County. There are still 10 cases, five of which are considered recovered.

April 22 Update

There are now 10 COVID-19 cases in Caldwell County, an increase of two from the previous day.

April 21 Update

There are 8 cases of COVID-19 in Caldwell County. Four people have recovered.

April 14 Update

Caldwell County is reporting its seventh case of COVID-19. A man in his 30s was confirmed as coronavirus positive on Tuesday.

Caldwell County also announced that a private company will be providing drive-thru COVID-19 testing at Warm Springs Hospital in Luling. Cura Telehealth is a private company that accepts most forms of Medicare or a payment of between $169 – $338 for COVID-19 testing on a first come, first serve basis.

They do not accept private insurance. Prior to visiting the testing site, those interested in a COVID-19 test will need to visit www.cura.com and follow the instructions. 

April 10 Update

A woman in her 60s is the sixth case of COVID-19 in Caldwell County. The County also reports a 31-year-old woman has recovered from the virus.

April 9 Update

Caldwell County has reported that due to an error in the DSHS reporting method, the county’s fifth case was reported by two different sources and counted as case no. five and case no. six. There are only five cases of COVID-19 in Caldwell County.

April 7 Update

Caldwell County has confirmed that a sixth person has tested positive for COVID-19. The county says the person is in the 20s age range, male, and from an unknown zip code (under DSHS investigation).

April 6 Update

Caldwell County’s number of coronavirus cases has moved to five as of Monday, April 6.

The county provided specifics on the people currently affected by the virus.

  • Case 1: 31-year-old Female
  • Case 2: 42-year-old Male
  • Case 3: 42-year-old Female
  • Case 4: 22-year-old Male
  • Case 5: 20’s age range, unknown gender (under DSHS investigation)

April 2

Caldwell County is reporting two confirmed cases of coronavirus in the area on Thursday.

According to Caldwell County, the second confirmed case is a 42-year-old who is self-quarantined at home and is being monitored by the Department of State Health Services. The county says it will share more information as it becomes available from DSHS.

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