Cameron County jumps 27 more virus cases after reporting third death
BROWNSVILLE – Cameron County had a spike in 27 more people who tested positive for the coronavirus, bringing its total to 147 confirmed cases.
Twenty-five of the cases are linked to previous patients, according to a release. Fourteen of the new patients are linked to the cases at Veranda Nursing Home in Harlingen; nine are connected to cases at Windsor Atrium.
Officials say of the 147 patients, 45 have been cleared and released from isolation.
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