City of Laredo reports 27th coronavirus-related death
The city of Laredo announced on Thursday that one more person died due complications related to the coronavirus – raising the total number of deaths in the city to 27.
According to a city of Laredo news release, a woman in her late-70s, who had underlying health conditions, died Wednesday – he was being treated at Doctor’s Hospital of Laredo.
As of noon on Thursday, a total of 9,717 people have been tested for COVID-19 – 7,006 of those tests have resulted negative, 1,703 have resulted positive, 1,008 test results are pending, 762 have recovered, 100 are currently hospitalized – 30 of which are in the ICU and 27 people have died.
“In order to safeguard legally-protected information, the City of Laredo is not publically releasing personal or identifiable information regarding any cases as it relates to COVID-19 testing, results or monitoring,” according to the release.
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