What we know about the 10 deaths, 690 total coronavirus cases in Central Texas

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AUSTIN (KXAN) — As of April 6, there are 690 people who have tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, in Central Texas. There are now 10 confirmed deaths related to COVID-19 in the area. App users, tap here to explore an interactive map of cases.

Austin announced its first cases March 13. Hays County’s first case was confirmed March 14. Williamson County announced it had its first cases March 18. Fayette and Milam Counties reported their first cases on March 20.

Bastrop County reported its first case on March 21. Burnet County’s first case was reported March 22. Blanco County reported its first case on March 23. Llano County’s first case was reported March 24. Caldwell County reported its first case on March 27. Gillespie County’s first case was reported March 31. Lee County’s first case was reported April 1. Lampasas County reported its first case on April 3.

Austin Public Health announced 502 confirmed cases in Travis County as of Monday afternoon, April 6. Travis County announced the first death March 27, while Williamson County’s first death was confirmed the following day. Bastrop County confirmed its first death on April 6.

Central Texas’ known cases per county

Hover or tap the counties below to see the known patient count. Mobile users can zoom in and move the map using two-finger touch.

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