WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Texas (KXAN) — This story is updated with the latest information about COVID-19 cases in Williamson County.
April 6 update
A woman in her 60s has died from COVID-19 in Williamson County, officials said Monday. It’s the third death related to coronavirus and COVID-19 in the county.
The county also confirmed four additional cases of COVID-19, bringing the county’s total to 81.
County officials updated a chart with information on the cases.
April 5 Update
A man in his 50s has died from COVID-19 in Williamson County, the county confirmed. This is the area’s second coronavirus-related death, while the number of cases is now 77.
April 4 Update
Williamson County has updated numbers to reflect 76 total cases of COVID-19 on Saturday. The county also reported 26 people have recovered.
The number of people that have been hospitalized are 19.
April 3 Update
Williamson County announced eight new positive COVID-19 cases Friday bringing the total number of cases to 71. Additionally there are no 25 people who have recovered from the virus.
April 2 Update
Williamson County says it has eight new positive cases as of Thursday, bringing the total to 63. A total of 19 people have recovered.
April 1 Update
Williamson County announced five new positive cases of coronavirus. The total now stands at 55 patients.
March 31 Update
There are eight new positive cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County, bringing its total to 50.
March 30 Update
Five more cases were reported in Williamson County March 30, bringing the total to 42. A total of 12 patients have recovered.
March 28 Update
Williamson County reported its first death from COVID-19 on Saturday, March 28. The man was in his 70s.
The county reported their case count was at 37.
March 27 Update
There are now seven new positive cases in Williamson County, bringing the total to 34. Six people have recovered so far.
March 26 Update
Williamson County announced a total of five new positive cases, bringing the total to 27.
It shared more details on each of the cases. A total of 10 are men and 17 are women. Four have recovered.
March 25 Update
Williamson County has a total of 22 cases as of March 25. It announced three new cases Thursday.
All three people live in Round Rock. In total, Round Rock now has six coronavirus patients, the joint most of any city in Williamson County, along with Georgetown.
The three new patients are all over 60 years old.