Williamson County reports 154 active coronavirus cases, 142 deaths

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WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Texas (KXAN) — This story is updated with the latest information about COVID-19 cases in Williamson County. See charts and information about coronavirus in other Central Texas counties.

The first cases in Williamson County were announced March 18.

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September 22

Williamson County is reporting 154 active COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 8,476. There are 142 reported deaths and 8,180 recoveries.

September 21

Williamson County is reporting 155 active COVID-19 cases Monday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 8,458. There are 142 reported deaths and 8,161 recoveries.

September 17

Williamson County is reporting 144 active COVID-19 cases Thursday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 8,331. There are 139 reported deaths and 8,048 recoveries.

September 15

Williamson County is reporting 112 active COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 8,252. There are 134 reported deaths and 8,006 recoveries.

September 14

Williamson County is reporting 96 active COVID-19 cases Monday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 8,227. There are 134 reported deaths and 7,997 recoveries.

September 11

Williamson County is reporting 76 active COVID-19 cases Friday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 8,143. There are 134 reported deaths and 7,933 recoveries.

September 10

Williamson County is reporting 93 active COVID-19 cases Thursday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 8,125. There are 134 reported deaths and 7,898 recoveries.

September 8 Update

Williamson County is reporting 97 active COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 8,092. There are 131 reported deaths and 7,864 recoveries.

September 6 Update

Williamson County is reporting 100 active COVID-19 cases Sunday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 8,024. There are 130 reported deaths and 7,794 recoveries.

September 4 Update

Williamson County is reporting 102 active COVID-19 cases Friday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 8,024. There are 128 reported deaths and 7,794 recoveries.

September 3 Update

Williamson County is reporting 110 active COVID-19 cases Thursday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 8,006. There are 126 reported deaths and 7,770 recoveries.

September 1 Update

Williamson County is reporting 5 active COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the total number of cases the county has seen up to 7,969. There are 123 reported deaths and 7,841 recoveries.

August 31 Update

Williamson County is reporting 124 active COVID-19 cases Monday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 7,949. There are 123 reported deaths and 7,702 recoveries.

August 27 Update

Williamson County is reporting 129 active COVID-19 cases Thursday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 7,867. There are 119 reported deaths and 7,619 recoveries.

August 24 Update

Williamson County is reporting 372 active COVID-19 cases Monday, bringing the total number of cases the county has seen up to 7,747. There are 113 reported deaths and 7,262 recoveries.

August 23 Update

Williamson County is reporting 495 active COVID-19 cases Sunday. The total number of confirmed cases the county has seen remains at 7,687. There are 113 reported deaths and 7,079 recoveries.

August 21 Update

Williamson County is reporting 496 active COVID-19 cases Friday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 7,687. There are 112 reported deaths and 7,079 recoveries.

August 19 Update

Williamson County is reporting 690 active COVID-19 cases Wednesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 7,624. There are 110 reported deaths and 6,824 recoveries.

August 18 Update

Williamson County is reporting 764 active COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 7,581. There are 105 reported deaths and 6,712 recoveries.

August 15 Update

Williamson County is reporting 1,331 active COVID-19 cases Saturday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases for the county to 7,330. There have been 103 reported deaths and 5,896 recoveries.

August 13 Update

Williamson County is reporting 1,252 active COVID-19 cases Thursday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 7,148. There are 99 reported deaths and 5,797 recoveries.

August 12 Update

Williamson County is reporting 1,288 active COVID-19 cases Wednesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 7,075. There are 98 reported deaths and 5,689 recoveries.

August 11 Update

Williamson County is reporting 1,279 active COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 7,011. There are 5,637 reported deaths and 95 recoveries.

August 9 Update

There are no new updates.

August 8 Update

There are no new updates.

August 7 Update

Williamson County is reporting 578 active COVID-19 cases Friday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 6,245. There are 90 reported deaths and 5,577 recoveries.

August 6 Update

Williamson County is reporting 613 active COVID-19 cases Thursday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases up to 6,058. There are 86 reported deaths and 5,359 recoveries.

August 5 Update

There are 615 active COVID-19 cases reported in Williamson County Wednesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,949. There are 83 reported deaths and 5,251 recoveries.

August 4 Update

There are 551 active COVID-19 cases reported in Williamson County Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,930. There are 80 reported deaths and 5,299 recoveries.

August 1 Update

There are no new updates for Saturday.

July 31 Update

Williamson County is reporting 559 active COVID-19 cases with 76 deaths Friday. This brings the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,715. There are 5,080 reported recoveries.

July 30 Update

Williamson County is reporting 553 active COVID-19 cases with 76 deaths on Thursday. The large discrepancy of deaths from the previous day, the county says, is due to the Department of State Health Services reporting different numbers. DSHS is using death certificates instead of local health district reports, to count fatalities due to the virus, according to the county’s website. “DSHS fatality counts may be significantly lower than previously reported,” goes on to say.

The total number of confirmed cases the county has seen is now at 5,616. There are 4,987 reported recoveries.

July 28 Update

Williamson County is reporting 553 active COVID-19 cases with 100 deaths. This brings the total number of confirmed cases the county has seen up to 5,433. There are 4,780 reported recoveries.

July 27 Update

Williamson County is reporting 587 active coronavirus cases, bringing the total amount for the county to 5,366. There have been 4,680 recoveries and 99 total deaths.

July 25 Update

Williamson County is reporting 854 active coronavirus cases on Saturday, bringing the total amount for the county to 5,246.

The county also reported two new deaths, bringing the total to 92. There have been 4,300 recoveries.

July 24 Update

Williamson County is reporting:

  • 890 active cases
  • 5,203 total confirmed cases
  • 4,223 recoveries
  • 90 deaths

The county put out an updated control order for nursing homes and long-term care facilities Friday. The county is also reporting only 5% of ICU beds are available.

July 23 Update

Williamson County reported 10 new deaths on Thursday, which were due to a backlog over several days. Nine of the deaths occurred between July 15 and July 2. Of the deceased, one was in their 90s, five were in their 80s, three were in their 70s, and one was in their 50s.

On Thursday, Williamson County reported 832 total active COVID-19 cases and 4,224 recoveries. There have been a total of 5,145 cases countywide.

July 22 Update

Williamson County reported 919 active COVID-19 cases Wednesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the county up to 5,071. There are 79 deaths and 4,073 recoveries.

July 21 Update

Williamson County reported 944 active COVID-19 cases Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the county up to 4,981. There are 77 deaths and 3,960 recoveries.

July 20 Update

Williamson County health officials reported two more people died from complications of COVID-19 on Monday, taking the area’s death toll to 74 people.

There are 1,047 active cases of COVID-19 in the area.

July 19 Update

Williamson county is reporting 1,059 active cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, bringing the total number of case for the county to 4,792.

The county reported two new deaths from the virus on Sunday, bringing the total to 72. Those included a woman in her 70s and a man in his 90s.

“All we can do moving forward is to stop the spread of this disease through the actions that are within our power. Wear a face covering and keep social distancing. These things will protect yourself and others, especially the most vulnerable in our community,” said Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell in part in a statement on a county press release.

The county has seen 3,661 recoveries.

July 18 Update

Williamson County is reporting 1,040 active cases of COVID-19 Saturday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases up to 4,686. There have been 70 deaths from the virus and 3,576 people are considered recovered.

The three new deaths reported Saturday were two men, one in his 60s and another in his 80s, and a woman in her 80s.

July 17 Update

Williamson County is reporting 931 active cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of confirmed cases up to 4,490. There are 67 deatghs and 3,492 people are considered recovered.

July 16 Update

Williamson County is reporting 1,033 active COVID-19 cases, bringing the number of confirmed cases up to 4,420. 65 people have now died from the virus in the county, and 3,322 people are considered recovered.

July 15 Update

There are 1,113 active cases and 3,153 recovered cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County. There have been a total of 4,327 confirmed cases in the county and 61 COVID-19-related deaths.

July 14 Update

Williamson County is reporting 1,018 active cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 4,153. There are no new deaths, and 3,079 people are considered recovered from the virus.

July 13 Update

There are 2,949 active cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County, according to the local health dashboard. Two more people have died due to coronavirus-related complications, bring the death toll in Williamson County to 56.

1,037 people are considered recovered.

July 12 Update

Williamson County is reporting two more deaths on Sunday, bringing the total to 54. The two included a man and woman in their 90s.

“Please join me in praying for the families of the two people who lost their battle with COVID-19 today. We must continue to be vigilant in our efforts to protect ourselves and others by following the CDC guidelines to stop the spread of this disease,” said Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell in release from the county.

The total amount of cases in the county on Sunday stand at 3,810. The county is not currently updating the number of active or recovered cases on its dashboard.

July 11 Update

Williamson County added one new death on Saturday, bringing the total for the county to 52. The latest was a man in his 60s.

The county reported 91 new cases Saturday, bringing the total amount of confirmed cases to 3,745.

“Today, let us remember that people are losing their lives due to COVID-19. Remember that in our community, families are mourning the loss of a spouse, parent, child, or sibling. Let us also commit to doing our part to reduce the spread of this disease by wearing a cloth face covering, staying six feet apart, and washing our hands frequently.  It takes all of us working together to stop the spread,” said Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell in a release.

The county is not currently updating the number of active or recovered cases.

July 10 Update

Williamson County is reporting one new COVID-19-related death from the previous day, the deceased is a man in his 60s. The county has now had 51 total deaths from the disease.

July 9 Update

Williamson County is reporting two new COVID-19-related deaths from the previous day, one is a man in his 50s and the other is a man in his 70s. The county has now had 50 total deaths from the disease.

July 8 Update

Williamson County is reporting two new COVID-19-related deaths from the previous day, both men in their 70s. The county has now had 48 total deaths from the disease.

July 7 Update

Williamson County has 2,235 active cases of COVID-19 in the area, according to the latest updates on Tuesday.

1,037 have recovered from the virus and 46 have died from the virus. There have been 3,318 total cases of coronavirus.

July 6 Update

Williamson County reported three new deaths related to COVID-19 on Monday, bringing the county’s total to 45 total deaths. There are 2,069 active cases of COVID-19 with 3,151 total cases.

July 4 Update

There are now 1,390 active cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County. There are 972 cases that are considered recovered and have been 2,469 total cases in the county.

July 2 Update

There are now 1,342 active cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County. There are 1,007 cases that are considered recovered and have been 2,388 total cases in the county.

July 1 Update

There are now 1,382 active cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County. There are 978 cases that are considered recovered and have been 2,399 total cases in the county.

June 30 Update

Williamson County is reporting 2,230 total COVID-19 cases, including 944 cases that are considered recovered and 1,247 that are considered active.

June 28 Update

There are now 2,019 total cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County, including 835 that are considered recovered and 1,149 that are considered active.

June 27 Update

There are now 1,850 total cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County, including 818 that are considered recovered and 971 that are considered active.

June 26 Update

Williamson County is reporting 1,700 total confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 777 cases that are considered recovered and 958 that are considered active.

June 25 Update

There are now 1,702 total cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County, including 757 that are considered recovered and 913 that are considered active.

June 24 Update

Williamson County is reporting 1,614 total confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 737 cases that are considered recovered and 845 that are considered active.

June 23 Update

There are now 1,498 total cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County, including 722 that are considered recovered and 744 that are considered active.

June 22 Update

Williamson County added 74 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Monday, taking the county’s total to 1,411 cases.

With 698 considered recovered and 32 deaths related to COVID-19, there are 681 active cases.

June 21 Update

There are now 1,337 total cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County, including 672 that are considered recovered and 633 that are considered active.

June 20 Update

There are now 1,205 total cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County, including 656 cases that are considered recovered and 549 that are considered active.

June 19 Update

Williamson County is reporting 1,159 total confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 647 cases that are considered recovered and 480 that are considered active.

June 18 Update

There are now 1,114 total cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County, including 627 cases that are considered recovered and 455 that are considered active.

June 17 Update

Williamson County is reporting 1,068 total confirmed COVID-19 cases on Saturday, with 621 of those considered recovered. The number of active cases is at 415.

June 16 Update

Williamson County is reporting 1,021 total confirmed COVID-19 cases on Saturday, with 598 of those considered recovered. The number of active cases is at 393.

June 14 Update

Williamson County reported 42 more case of COVID-19 on Sunday, bringing the total case count for the county to 904. The number of recoveries increased to 577.

June 13 Update

Williamson County is reporting 862 total confirmed COVID-19 cases on Saturday, with 568 of those considered recovered. The number of active cases is at 264.

June 11 Update

Williamson County is reporting 820 total cases of COVID-19, including 553 cases that are considered recovered and 237 that are considered active.

June 10 Update

There are now 763 total cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County, including 533 cases that are considered recovered and 201 that are considered active.

Williamson County is reporting one new COVID-19-related death. There have now been 29 total deaths.

June 6 Update

Williamson County is reporting its 28th COVID-19-related death. According to the county, the deceased was a woman in her 80s.

June 5 Update

Williamson County is reporting 672 total cases of COVID-19, including 441 cases that are considered recovered and 204 that are considered active.

June 4 Update

There are now 660 total cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County, including 195 active cases and 438 that are considered recovered.

Williamson County is also reporting a total of 27 COVID-19-related deaths in the county.

June 3 Update

Williamson County is reporting 649 total cases of COVID-19, including 424 cases that are considered recovered and 200 that are considered active.

June 2 Update

There are now 636 total cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County, including 412 cases that are considered recovered and 199 that are considered active.

May 29 Update

County health officials announced the 24th death from COVID-19 in the county, a man in his 60s.

As of 12:45 p.m. this date, no other information on the Williamson County and Cities Health District COVID-19 dashboard has been updated since May 28.

There are now 605 total cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County, including 202 active cases and 379 that are considered recovered.

May 28 Update

Williamson County is reporting 596 total cases of COVID-19, including 208 cases that are considered active and 365 that are considered recovered.

There are 23 total COVID-19-related deaths in Williamson County.

May 27 Update

There are now 588 total cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County, including 345 recovered cases and 221 cases that are considered active.

May 26 Update

Williamson County is reporting a total of 584 COVID-19 cases, including 334 cases that are considered recovered and 228 that are considered active.

May 25 Update

Total COVID-19 cases in Williamson County were updated to 565 on Monday, which is an increase of 12 cases from the previous day. There are 218 active cases.

Deaths are now at 22. Of the total cases, there have been 325 recoveries.

May 24 Update

There are 553 total confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, an increase of 12 cases in the county from yesterday. Of those, 221 are active.

Also in the county, there are 311 cases that are considered recovered.

May 23 Update

Williamson County is reporting 541 total cases of COVID-19 as of Saturday. The current active case count is at 219 with 301 people considered recovered from the virus.

May 22 Update

There are now 528 total cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County, including 213 active cases and 294 cases that are considered recovered.

May 21 Update

There are now 520 total cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County, including 208 active cases and 292 cases that are considered recovered.

May 20 Update

Williamson County is reporting 513 cases of COVID-19, including 213 cases considered active and 280 considered recovered.

May 19 Update

County officials reported the 20th death from COVID-19, a woman in her 90s, and the county has crossed over 500 total cases with 501, according to the Williamson County and Cities Health District dashboard.

May 18 Update

There are now 486 total cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County, including 199 cases that are considered active and 268 that are considered recovered.

May 17 Update

Williamson County reported 481 total cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, an increase of 18 cases from the previous day.

There are two more recovered cases, bringing that total to 261.

May 16 Update

Williamson County reported 12 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, bringing the total to 463.

Of those cases, 259 people have recovered.

May 15 Update

There are now 451 cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County, including 177 cases that are considered active and 255 cases that are considered recovered.

May 14 Update

Williamson County is reporting 18 new cases of COVID-19 and three new deaths.

There are now 442 cases countywide, including 249 that are considered recovered and 174 considered active.

May 13 Update

There are now 24 total COVID-19 cases in Williamson County, 177 cases are considered active and 231 are considered recovered.

May 12 Update

Williamson County has now had 16 COVID-19-related deaths. Countywide there are now 397 total cases, including 158 active cases and 223 cases that are considered recovered.

May 11 Update

Williamson County reported its 14th coronavirus-related death on Monday. The county added three new cases of COVID-19 for a total case count of 380.

With 217 people considered recovered from the virus, there are 149 active cases of COVID-19.

May 10 Update

Williamson County officials reported nine new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, bringing the total to 377.

The good news is two more people have recovered, bringing that total to 213.

May 9 Update

There are 368 COVID-19 cases in Williamson County Saturday, along with one more death.

The total deaths are now at 13; however, 211 people have recovered.

May 8 Update

There are now 361 total cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County, an increase of 9 from the previous day. 141 cases are considered active and 208 cases are considered recovered.

There have been 12 COVID-19-related deaths in Williamson County.

May 7 Update

There are now 352 total cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County, including 135 active cases. 205 cases are now considered recovered.

May 5 Update

County health officials announced the county’s 11th death related to COVID-19. The death was a man in his 50s, health officials said.

There are now 333 total cases of COVID-19 in the county and 196 people have recovered from the disease.

May 4 Update

There are now 328 total cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County, 127 of which are currently active. A total of 191 people have recovered.

May 3 Update

Williamson County is reporting 323 confirmed cases of COVID-19 through the weekend. 186 people are considered recovered from the virus.

Currently, 12 cases are requiring hospitalization. Ten people have died with coronavirus-related complications.

May 1 Update

Williamson County health officials have confirmed a tenth death of COVID-19 in the county. There are a total of 306 total cases with 179 patients recovered.

April 30 update

Williamson County health officials have confirmed a ninth death of COVID-19 in the county.

The death was a female in her 90s. Health officials say there are currently 10 people hospitalized as a result of COVID-19, and 175 have recovered.

April 29 Update

Williamson County reported six new cases of COVID-19 Wednesday for a total case count of 293.

There has been an increase in recoveries, according to Williamson County health officials. There are 169 cases of coronavirus that are considered active, giving the county 116 active cases.

April 28 Update

Following the update below, Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell announced an eighth death from COVID-19 during a news conference.

“Williamson County is joining another family in mourning the loss of a loved one due to the Coronavirus. While we are preparing to reopen in a safe and thought out manner, it is crucial that we continue to practice social distancing, as able, and follow proper hygiene guidelines to help reduce further spread of this deadly disease,” said Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell.

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Williamson County is reporting its seventh death due to COVID-19 complications — a woman in her 60s.

The family of Sulema “Sue” DeLeon, 69, a resident at Round Rock’s Trinity Care Center skilled nursing home, told KXAN she passed away early Tuesday morning. The family says DeLeon tested positive for coronavirus on Saturday and was hospitalized early Sunday morning.

“As joyful as I am that we are beginning to open up Williamson County at the end of this week, we are again reminded of the seriousness of this disease. Today, we lost another resident of our Williamson County. My prayers are with her family,” said Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell.

The county hasn’t updated its total case count Tuesday which remains at 287. The recovery number moved to 155.

April 27 Update

Williamson County added 25 new cases of COVID-19 Monday bringing the area’s total to 287. The county considers 144 recovered from the virus and eight are currently hospitalized.

Six people have died due to COVID-19 complications in Williamson County. The active count is 137.

Over the weekend, Williamson County confirmed the area’s first cluster of COVID-19 cases at a Round Rock nursing home. The Trinity Care Center in Round Rock confirmed in a statement to KXAN that 46 people from their senior living center have tested positive for COVID-19.

READ MORE: Round Rock senior facility confirms 46 cases of COVID-19

April 25 Update

A man in his 70s is the sixth person to die from COVID-19 in Williamson County.

Officials also announced five new cases, with the county’s total now 211. Of those, 127 people have recovered.

April 24 Update

24 new cases of COVID-19 were reported Friday by the Williamson County and Cities Health District, bringing the county’s total to 206.

April 23 Update

15 new cases of COVID-19 were reported Thursday by the Williamson County and Cities Health District, bringing the county’s total to 182.

April 22 Update

Nine new cases of COVID-19 were reported Wednesday by the Williamson County and Cities Health District, bringing the county’s total to 167.

No new recoveries were reported, so that total stays at 101 for now. There are also still five reported deaths associated with the disease.

April 21 Update

A man in his 30s is the fifth person in Williamson County to die of COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus.

The Williamson County and Cities Health District also says the county also has two new positive cases, bringing the total to 158. A total of 101 people have recovered.

“Every time we have someone who loses their life to this disease, I am mindful of the families, the kids and grandkids, who have to handle this loss,” said Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell. “For those who have lost loved ones, this is a nightmare.”

April 20 Update

One new case has been reported in Williamson County, bringing the total to 156. The number of people recovered grew to 99.

April 19 Update

Williamson County added four new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday with 95 cases considered recovered. The overall count of coronavirus cases in the area currently sits at 155.

Four people have died from coronavirus complications in Williamson County.

April 18 Update

Williamson County is reported 151 total coronavirus cases on Saturday, up by five cases from Friday.

Also as of Saturday, 90 people have recovered.

April 17 Update

County health officials say there are six new cases of COVID-19 for a total of 146 in the county. They also said an additional five people have recovered to bring the total to 83.

Here’s an updated chart provided by the Williamson County and Cities Health District:

April 16 Update

Williamson County is reporting 12 new cases of COVID-19 bringing the county’s total to 140. Additionally, 78 people in the county have recovered from the virus so far.

April 15 Update

Williamson County is reporting four new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, making the county’s total cases 128.

April 14 Update

Williamson County is reporting five new cases of coronavirus Tuesday, taking the county’s total to 124 total cases. Eight more people are considered recovered by the county to take the total of recovered patients in Williamson County to 72.

Currently, there are 52 active cases of COVID-19.

April 13 Update

There are now 119 cases of COVID-19 in Williamson County, up 2 from Sunday. A total of 64 people have recovered in the county.

April 12 Update

Williamson County is reporting 117 cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, a four case jump from Saturday. Cases were at 113 on April 11.

There are also now 61 people who have recovered.

April 10 Update

County officials confirmed seven more cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to 110.

So far, the county says 55 people have recovered from the disease, six more than Thursday’s update.

An updated chart from the Williamson County and Cities Health District is below:

April 9 Update

County officials announced an additional six cases of COVID-19, bringing the county’s total to 103.

The county also announced that nine more people have recovered from the disease caused by the 2019 novel coronavirus, and that brings the county’s total to 49 recoveries.

Here’s the updated chart provided by the Williamson County and Cities Health District:

April 8 Update

There are 10 new positive cases in Williamson County, bringing the total to 97. Forty people have recovered so far.

April 7 Update

A woman in her 50s has become Williamson County’s fourth coronavirus-related death, officials announced on Tuesday.

The county also confirmed six additional cases of COVID-19 in the area making for 87 total cases in the county with 50 active cases. An additional three patients have reportedly recovered from the virus for 37 total recovered cases.

To stay in line with Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s social distancing order for the entire state, Williamson County has extended its stay-at-home order until April 30.

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.

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