COVID-19 By The Numbers, July 14: 553 new cases, 7 new deaths in Travis County

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July 14, 2020 - 6:13 pm
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AUSTIN (Talk1370.com) -- We're following the latest coronavirus updates from local health officials from across Central Texas... here's the latest for July 14:

Travis County: 553 new confirmed cases were reported Tuesday, pushing the total number of confirmed cases to 15,998. 7 new deaths were reported, for a total of 179. An estimated 12,382 cases have recovered, leaving 3,437 active cases - an increase of 26 from Monday.

A total of 469 patients are hospitalized across the five county metro area, an increase of 10 from Monday. 154 patients are in intensive care, with 92 on ventilators.

74 new hospital admissions were reported Tuesday, with the 7-day moving average of new hospitalizations now at 69.6.

Williamson County: 111 new cases were reported Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 4,153. No new deaths were reported, with the total at 56. 3,004 cases are estimated recovered, leaving 1,018 active cases. A total of 98 patients are hospitalized in just Williamson County - a decrease of 8 from Monday - with 31 in intensive care and 18 on ventilators.

Hays County: 56 new cases were reported Tuesday, bringing the total to 3,699. 2 new deaths were reported Tuesday, bringing the total to 13. 51 new recoveries were also reported bringing the total of 744, leaving 2,942 active cases - an increase of 3 from Monday. 23 patients are currently hospitalized in Hays County - an increase of 3 from Monday.

Bastrop County: 59 new cases were reported Tuesday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 749. There have been 11 deaths, with 160 recoveries reported.

Caldwell County: 43 new cases were reported by DSHS on Tuesday, bringing the total number of cases to 710.

State of Texas: Texas hit another record high in new cases Tuesday, adding 10,745 new cases for a total of 275,058 statewide. 87 new deaths were reported Tuesday, bringing the total to 3,322. 164 new hospitalizations were reported statewide, bringing the total to 10,569.

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