7th positive COVID-19 case confirmed in Cameron County
BROWNSVILLE – Cameron County health officials confirm a seventh COVID-19 case.
According to a release, the patient is a 40-year-old man from Rio Hondo, who is currently under home isolation.
The man did not report any recent travel outside the county and has had no known contact with others who have contracted the virus. All the other confirmed cases were travel-related.
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