Willacy County reports 11 additional coronavirus cases, bringing total to 267
Willacy County Judge Aurelio Guerra Jr. on Saturday announced that 11 more people had tested positive for the coronavirus — bringing the total number of cases to 267.
Willacy County received confirmation of the new cases on Saturday.
The new cases included a girl below 10 years of age, two girls in their teens, a man in his 30s, four women and one man in their 40s and one woman and one man in their 50s, according to a news release from Willacy County.
“The Texas Department of State Health Services will conduct case investigations on this, and all positive COVID-19 cases that arise and ensure that proper isolation and 14-day quarantine is strictly adhered to,” according to the release.
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