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EDINBURG – A dozen more Hidalgo County residents have died from complications related to COVID-19 and an additional 347 more people learned that they have tested positive for the virus, Hidalgo County Judge Richard F. Cortez said Sunday.

“Unfortunately, the death toll continues to mount but I remain hopeful that August will be a better month for Hidalgo County than July,” Judge Cortez said. “We must remain committed to staying safe by staying home.”

The total number of known positive cases in the cases now stands at 17,353. Of these, 4,649 are considered active COVID-19 cases. New hospital numbers were unavailable on Sunday. As of Friday, there were 813 people hospitalized because of the disease with a total of 234 people in intensive care.

Among Sunday’s highlights:

New COVID-19 positive case total for Sunday347
Total COVID-19 positive cases in Hidalgo County17,353
Total Number in Hidalgo County hospitals (as of Friday)813
Number of hospitalized patients in intensive care units (as of Friday)234
Number released from isolation Sunday1,727
Total released from isolation12,048
Number of fatalities Sunday12
Total number of fatalities656
Net active cases4,649
Total number of COVID-19 tests administered108,240
Total number of tests that are positive17,353
Total number of tests that are negative90,465

Among the deaths:

Age rangeGenderCity
50sFAlamo
60sMAlamo
70+FDonna
60sMMcAllen
70+FMcAllen
70+MMcAllen
70+MMcAllen
70+MMcAllen
60sMMercedes
50sMMission
70+FPharr
70+MSan Juan

Sunday’s positive cases include:

Age rangeGenderCityAge rangeGenderCity
0-19FAlamo0-19FMercedes
0-19FAlamo0-19FMercedes
0-19FAlamo20sMMercedes
30sFAlamo20sFMercedes
30sFAlamo20sFMercedes
30sMAlamo30sMMercedes
40sFAlamo40sFMercedes
40sFAlamo40sFMercedes
50sMAlamo50sFMercedes
50sFAlamo50sFMercedes
50sMAlamo60sMMercedes
60sMAlamo70+MMercedes
70+MAlamo0-19MMission
0-19MAlton0-19MMission
0-19MAlton0-19FMission
0-19FAlton0-19MMission
40sFAlton0-19FMission
40sFAlton0-19MMission
40sFAlton0-19FMission
50sMAlton0-19MMission
50sMAlton0-19MMission
60sMAlton0-19MMission
70+MAlton0-19MMission
0-19FDonna0-19MMission
0-19MDonna0-19MMission
0-19MDonna20sMMission
0-19MDonna20sMMission
20sFDonna20sMMission
20sFDonna20sFMission
20sMDonna20sFMission
30sFDonna20sFMission
30sFDonna30sMMission
30sFDonna30sMMission
30sFDonna30sFMission
40sMDonna30sFMission
40sFDonna30sFMission
40sFDonna30sFMission
50sFDonna30sFMission
50sMDonna40sFMission
50sFDonna40sFMission
60sFDonna40sFMission
60sFDonna40sMMission
60sFDonna40sFMission
60sMDonna40sFMission
60sFDonna40sFMission
70+MDonna50sMMission
70+FDonna50sMMission
70+FDonna50sMMission
70+FDonna50sFMission
70+FDonna60sMMission
0-19MEdinburg60sMMission
0-19MEdinburg60sFMission
0-19MEdinburg60sMMission
0-19FEdinburg60sFMission
0-19MEdinburg60sFMission
0-19MEdinburg60sMMission
20sFEdinburg70+FMission
20sFEdinburg70+FMission
20sFEdinburg70+MMission
20sFEdinburg70+MMission
20sMEdinburg70+FMission
20sMEdinburg0-19FPharr
20sMEdinburg20sMPharr
20sFEdinburg20sMPharr
20sMEdinburg20sFPharr
20sMEdinburg20sFPharr
30sFEdinburg30sMPharr
30sMEdinburg30sMPharr
30sFEdinburg30sMPharr
30sFEdinburg30sFPharr
30sMEdinburg30sFPharr
30sMEdinburg40sMPharr
30sFEdinburg40sMPharr
30sFEdinburg50sMPharr
30sMEdinburg50sMPharr
30sMEdinburg50sMPharr
30sFEdinburg50sFPharr
30sMEdinburg50sFPharr
40sFEdinburg60sMPharr
40sFEdinburg60sFPharr
40sMEdinburg60sMPharr
40sFEdinburg60sFPharr
40sFEdinburg60sMPharr
40sFEdinburg70+FPharr
40sFEdinburg70+FPharr
40sFEdinburg70+FPharr
50sMEdinburg70+MPharr
50sFEdinburg0-19FSan Juan
50sMEdinburg0-19MSan Juan
50sFEdinburg20sFSan Juan
50sFEdinburg20sFSan Juan
50sFEdinburg20sFSan Juan
50sFEdinburg20sFSan Juan
50sMEdinburg30sFSan Juan
50sMEdinburg30sFSan Juan
50sFEdinburg30sMSan Juan
50sFEdinburg40sMSan Juan
50sMEdinburg40sFSan Juan
50sMEdinburg40sFSan Juan
50sFEdinburg50sFSan Juan
50sFEdinburg50sMSan Juan
60sFEdinburg60sMSan Juan
60sMEdinburg60sFSan Juan
60sMEdinburg60sMSan Juan
60sFEdinburg60sFSan Juan
60sFEdinburg70+FSan Juan
70+FEdinburg70+MSan Juan
70+FEdinburg70+FSan Juan
70+FEdinburg70+MSan Juan
70+FEdinburg0-19MUndisclosed
70+FEdinburg0-19MUndisclosed
70+FEdinburg20sMUndisclosed
40sMHidalgo20sMUndisclosed
40sMHidalgo20sFUndisclosed
70+FHidalgo30sFUndisclosed
70+MHidalgo30sMUndisclosed
0-19FMcAllen30sFUndisclosed
0-19FMcAllen30sFUndisclosed
0-19FMcAllen30sMUndisclosed
20sMMcAllen40sFUndisclosed
20sMMcAllen40sMUndisclosed
20sFMcAllen40sMUndisclosed
20sMMcAllen40sMUndisclosed
20sFMcAllen40sMUndisclosed
20sFMcAllen40sFUndisclosed
20sFMcAllen50sMUndisclosed
30sFMcAllen50sMUndisclosed
30sMMcAllen50sMUndisclosed
30sFMcAllen50sFUndisclosed
30sFMcAllen50sMUndisclosed
30sFMcAllen60sMUndisclosed
30sFMcAllen60sFUndisclosed
30sFMcAllen60sFUndisclosed
30sMMcAllen70+FUndisclosed
40sMMcAllen70+MUndisclosed
40sFMcAllen70+MUndisclosed
40sMMcAllen70+MUndisclosed
40sFMcAllen70+FUndisclosed
40sMMcAllen70+MUndisclosed
40sMMcAllen0-19MWeslaco
40sFMcAllen0-19MWeslaco
50sFMcAllen0-19MWeslaco
50sFMcAllen0-19FWeslaco
50sMMcAllen0-19MWeslaco
50sMMcAllen0-19MWeslaco
50sFMcAllen0-19FWeslaco
50sFMcAllen0-19FWeslaco
50sFMcAllen0-19FWeslaco
50sMMcAllen0-19MWeslaco
50sMMcAllen0-19FWeslaco
50sMMcAllen0-19FWeslaco
50sMMcAllen0-19MWeslaco
50sFMcAllen20sFWeslaco
50sMMcAllen20sMWeslaco
60sMMcAllen20sMWeslaco
60sMMcAllen20sMWeslaco
60sFMcAllen20sMWeslaco
60sMMcAllen20sMWeslaco
70+MMcAllen30sMWeslaco
70+MMcAllen30sFWeslaco
70+FMcAllen30sFWeslaco
70+MMcAllen30sMWeslaco
70+MMcAllen30sFWeslaco
70+FMcAllen30sFWeslaco
70+MMcAllen40sFWeslaco
70+MMcAllen40sMWeslaco
70+MMcAllen50sMWeslaco
70+FMcAllen50sMWeslaco
70+MMcAllen50sMWeslaco
70+MMcAllen60sMWeslaco
0-19MMercedes60sFWeslaco
0-19FMercedes70+FWeslaco
0-19MMercedes70+MWeslaco
70+FWeslaco
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