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USA
6,851,832
COVID-19 Active Cases
Updated on Apr 21, 2021 9:23 am
USA
582,516
COVID-19 Fatalities
Updated on Apr 21, 2021 9:23 am
Wednesday, April 21, 2021
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McAllen
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Hidalgo County surpasses the 1,000 mark for fatalities; 290 more test positive for the virus

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EDINBURG – Wednesday marked the day that Hidalgo County surpassed the 1,000 mark for fatalities. Twenty people died due to complications related to COVID-19, bringing the total to 1,019. A total of 290 people tested positive for the virus. The total number of known positive cases is 23,116.

“I send my condolences to these 20 families for the loss of their loved one,” Judge Cortez said. “Our medical experts tell us the best way to stop the spread is to wear a mask, use proper hygiene, keep 6 feet apart from others, and avoid any social gatherings of 10 people or more.”

There are currently 4,778 net active cases and 385 people were released from isolation on Wednesday, meaning that they have been symptom-free for 10 days, including three days without a fever. 

New COVID-19 positive case total for Wednesday 290
Total COVID-19 positive cases in Hidalgo County 23,116
Total Number in Hidalgo County hospitals  446
Number of hospitalized patients in intensive care units 182
Number released from isolation Wednesday 385
Total released from isolation  17,319
Number of fatalities Wednesday 20
Total number of fatalities 1,019
Net active cases 4,778
Total number of COVID-19 tests administered 127,461
Total number of tests that are positive 23,116
Total number of tests that are negative 103,952

The deaths include:   

AgeGenderCity
170+FemaleDonna
260sMaleDonna
360sFemaleEdinburg
470+FemaleEdinburg
560sMaleEdinburg
660sMaleEdinburg
770+MaleEdinburg
870+MaleEdinburg
970+MaleEdinburg
1040sFemaleUndisclosed
1150sMaleMcAllen
1250sMaleMcAllen
1360sMaleMcAllen
1440sFemaleMercedes
1570+MaleMercedes
1670+FemaleMission
1770+FemaleMission
1870+MaleMission
1940sMaleSan Juan
2060sMaleWeslaco
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