Six new deaths, 497 new COVID-19 cases in Wichita County

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WICHITA COUNTY, Texas (TNN) - The Wichita Falls-Wichita County Public Health District confirmed six new deaths and 497 new COVID-19 cases in Wichita County on Monday. There were also 177 new recoveries.

There are now a total of 11,544 cases in Wichita County, with 3,337 of them still being active.

There are currently 3,209 patients recovering at home while 128 are in the hospital. There are currently 34 patients in critical condition.

There have been 208 total COVID-19 related deaths, 7,999 recoveries, and 52,913 negative tests in Wichita County.

There are now 1,117 tests still pending.

In the week ending last Friday, January 1, 2021, there were a total of 1,185 new cases for the week. This is the highest...

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In the week ending last Friday, January 1, 2021, there were a total of 1,185 new cases for the week. This is the highest total of new cases in one week, which was previously 855.

The Health District sadly has six deaths to report today; Case 9,371 (60 - 69), Case 7,182 (50 - 59), Case 9,280 (70 - 79), Case 9,790 (60 - 69), Case 8,328 (60 - 69) and Case 7,907 (70 - 79).

Over the four days, there are a total of 497 new cases and 177 recoveries to report. There are currently 128 hospitalizations, which is the highest number to date.

The Health District received the following over four days:

Friday - 111 cases

Saturday - 11 cases

Sunday - 42 cases

Monday - 333 cases

Total Wichita County Hospitalizations = 128

Stable = 94

Critical = 34

0-5

No hospitalizations

6-10

Stable - 1

11-19

Stable - 2

20 - 29

Stable - 2

Critical - 1

30 - 39

No hospitalizations

40 - 49

Stable - 10

Critical - 3

50 - 59

Stable - 12

Critical - 4

60 - 69

Stable - 20

Critical - 8

70 - 79

Stable - 24

Critical - 14

80+

Stable - 23

Critical - 4


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