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City confirms 13,201 positive cases of COVID-19

Death toll reaches 284
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Published: Jun. 17, 2020 at 12:35 PM CDT|Updated: Sep. 3, 2020 at 4:27 PM CDT
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LAREDO, Tex. (KGNS)- Local officials have announced another series of coronavirus cases as well as a couple of deaths.

As of now, the city has submitted 51,039 tests and out of that amount 13,201 have come back positive with 520 cases active, and 95 currently hospitalized.

Officials did confirm two new deaths over the weekend putting our death toll at 284.

According to the city’s statistics, 12,397 patients have recovered from the virus.

Local officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases as well as an additional death.

As of Friday, September 18th, the city has submitted 46,703 tests and out of that amount 13,053 have come back positive, 525 of which are active, and 99 are currently hospitalized.

According to the city, 49 are currently in the ICU and a total of 281 residents have succumbed to the virus.

Officials say the 281st death was a woman in her early 70s who passed away on Thursday.

So far a total of 12,247 people have recovered from the virus.

Although we are starting to see cases on the decline, health officials are urging the public to keep following all of the health guidelines set by the CDC.

Local officials are reporting another series of coronavirus cases as well as multiple deaths.

As of September 17th, the city has conducted 45,919 tests and out of that amount 12,984 have come back positive with 599 currently active, 110 hospitalized and 58 in the ICU.

According to the city, five new deaths were reported on Thursday putting our death toll at 280.

The 276th death was a man in his mid-50s who passed away on Tuesday, September 15th.

The 277th death was a man in his late 50s who passed away on Wednesday September 16th.

The 278th death was a man in his late 70s who passed away on Wednesday as well.

The 279th death was a woman in her late 50s who passed away on Wednesday and the 280th death was a man in his early 60s who passed away on Thursday, September 17th.

Although we are starting to see a decrease in cases and businesses are starting to open up again, health officials are encouraging residents to keep practicing all of the health guidelines se by the CDC.

Officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases as well as a couple of new deaths.

As of September 16th, the city has conducted 45,060 tests and out of that amount, 12,810 have come back positive, 471 of which are active, 103 hospitalized, and 52 of which are in the ICU.

The city did confirm that two patients passed away putting our death toll at 275.

According to the city, the 274th patient was a man in his 50s who passed away on Sunday; meanwhile, the 275th patient was a woman in her early 90s who passed away on Tuesday, September 15th.

Roughly 12,065 residents have fully recovered from the coronavirus.

Now that we are starting to see our positivity rate decrease, the city is starting to loosen some of the restrictions; however, they remind the public to keep practicing all of the health guidelines to prevent the spread.

Local officials are reporting another series of coronavirus cases as well as an additional death.

As of Tuesday, September 15th, the city has conducted 44,467 and out of that amount 12,733 have come back positive, 509 of which are active, and 100 are currently hospitalized.

According to the city, 51 patients are currently in the ICU.

Health officials confirmed another resident has passed away from the coronavirus, putting our death toll at 273.

Officials say the patient was a woman in her late 40s who passed away on September 13th.

So far roughly 11,952 residents have recovered from the virus.

Local officials are reporting another series of coronavirus cases as well as multiple deaths.

As of September 14th, the city has submitted 44,358 tests and out of that amount 12,676 have come back positive, 587 of which are still active, and 102 currently hospitalized.

The city did mention four new deaths related to COVID-19 which puts our death toll at 272.

So far 11,817 patients have recovered from the virus.

City officials say that if we continue to see a decrease in positive cases, it is very likely that they could start lifting some of the restrictions; however, in order to get to that level, we must continue to practice all of the guidelines set by the CDC and WHO.

Local officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases as well as an additional death.

As of Sunday, September 13th, the city has conducted 43,704 tests and out of that amount, 12,657 have come back positive, 748 of which are active, and 110 currently hospitalized.

The city says 51 are currently in the ICU, three patients have been admitted at the alternate care site and 268 have passed away.

According to the city, the 268th patient was a man in his mid-70s who passed away on Sunday.

Although we are starting to see a slight decrease in cases and deaths, the health officials are continuing to ask the community to do your part in preventing the spread.

Another five residents have lost their battle to COVID-19 putting our death toll at 266.

As of September 11th, the city has conducted 42,426 tests, out of that amount, 12,532 have come back positive, 767 of which are active, and 114 hospitalized.

According to the city 11,499 residents have recovered from the virus.

Health officials say, we must not forget that COVID-19 remains a big threat to our community and the best way we can prevent the spread is by wearing a face mask when going out in public, practice social distancing, and avoid social gatherings.

The 262nd death was a female in her late 50′s. She died on Wednesday, September 9.

The 263rd death was a male in his late 60′s who died on Wednesday.

The 264th death was a male in his mid-60′s who died on Wednesday.

The 265th death was a female in her late 90′s who also died on Wednesday.

The 266th death was a female in her mid-60′s. She died on Thursday, September 10.

Another resident has lost their battle to COVID-19 putting our death toll at 261.

As of Sept. 10, the city has conducted 41,787 tests and out of that amount 12,464 have come back positive with 813 active and 115 hospitalized, 55 of which are in the ICU.

According to the city, the 261st death was a woman in her mid-70s who passed away on Wednesday, Aug 5.

So far, 11,390 residents have fully recovered from the virus.

Although we are starting to see a decrease in the amount of positive cases, health officials are reminding residents to continue to practicing all of the health guidelines to prevent the spread.

Local officials have announced another series of coronavirus cases as well as an additional death.

As of Wednesday, September 9th, a total of 41,308 people have been tested, out of that amount 12,371 have come back positive, 945 of which are active and 124 are currently hospitalized.

The City did confirm that another patient did lose their battle to COVID-19 which puts our death toll at 260.

According to the city, the patient was a woman in her late 50s who passed away on Tuesday.

The City is reminding residents to stay cautious and to keep practicing all of the health guidelines set by the CDC and WHO.

City and county officials are reporting another series of coronavirus cases as well as four new deaths.

As of Sept. 8, the city has conducted 39,871 tests and out of that amount 12,144 have come back positive with 719 cases currently active, 126 hospitalized, and 58 in the ICU.

The city did confirm that four patients did succumb to the virus, putting our death toll at 259.

The 256th death was a man in his mid-80s who passed away on Tuesday. The 257th death was a man in his mid-70s who also passed away on Tuesday.

The 258th death was a woman in her mid-70s who passed away on September 6th, and the 259th death was a man in his 70s who passed away on Monday.

The City is reminding residents to stay cautious and to keep practicing all of the health guidelines set by the CDC and WHO.

We are sad to report three more deaths related to the coronavirus have been reported.

According to a press release, the men between their 50′s and 70′s passed away from Friday to Sunday.

There are 585 active cases, and fortunately more than 11,000 have recovered.

Currently, 145 people are hospitalized with 83 of them in the ICU.

Another three residents have lost their battle to COVID-19 putting our death toll at 255.

As of September 7th, the city has conducted 39,425 tests and out of that amount 12,131 have come back positive with 585 active and 145 hospitalized, 83 of which are in the ICU.

According to the city, the 253rd death was a man in his mid-70s who passed away on Friday; the 254th death was also a man in his mid-70s who passed away on Sunday and the 255th death was a man in his 50s who passed away on Sunday as well.

So far, 11,146 residents have fully recovered from the virus.

Although we are starting to see a decrease in the amount of positive cases, health officials are reminding residents to continue to practicing all of the health guidelines to prevent the spread.

Local officials have released a new series of coronavirus cases as well as additional deaths.

As of Sept. 6, the city has submitted, 39,235 tests and out of that amount 12,094 have come back positive, out of that amount 668 are active, and 121 are hospitalized.

The city did report two new residents who lost their battle to COVID-19.

According to the city, the 251st patient was a man in his late 60s who passed away on Saturday and the 252nd death was a woman in her 80s who passed away on Sunday.

Fortunately, 11,053 residents have recovered from the virus.

Health officials are urging residents to prevent the spread of the virus by practicing all of the health guidelines set by the CDC and WHO.

City and county officials are reporting another series of coronavirus cases as well as multiple deaths.

As of September 4th, a total of 38,826 people have been tested and out of that amount, 11,828 have come back positive, with 861 cases currently active and 116 currently hospitalized.

According to city officials, three people have lost their battle to COVID-19 putting our death toll at 250.

The 248th death was a woman in her late 70s who passed away on Sept. 3., the 249th death was a man in his mid-40s who passed away on Sept. 4. And the 250th death was a woman in her late 30s who passed away on Friday.

Fortunately, 10,717 residents have recovered from the virus.

The city is urging residents not to let their guard down and to continue practicing all of the health guidelines set by the CDC and WHO.

The city and county are reporting another series of coronavirus cases as well as additional deaths.

As of September 3rd, a total of 37,763 people have been tested, out of that amount, 11,642 have come back positive with 918 of those cases currently active and 117 currently hospitalized.

The city did confirm three new deaths as a result of COVID-19.

The 245th death was a male in his mid-50′s who died on Thursday, July 30th.

The 246th death was a female in her early 90′s. She died on Tuesday, August 18th.

The 247th death was a male in his late 30′s who died on Sunday, August 3rd.

Officials are reminding residents that the virus is still a big threat to our community and the best way we can prevent the spread is by wearing a face mask, practicing social distancing, and avoiding social gatherings.

The City of Laredo has seen a second day without a death related to COVID-19; however, the amount of positive cases continues to increase.

As of Wednesday, September 2nd, a total of 37,225 tests, 11,389 have come back positive, out of that amount, 136 are currently hospitalized and 59 are in the ICU.

Fortunately, 10,341 residents have recovered from the virus and no new deaths have been reported.

That number remains at 244.

Although we are starting to see a decrease in deaths and positive cases, the city is still urging residents to keep practicing all of the guidelines set by the CDC and WHO.

The city’s curfew, mask ordinance and ban on social gatherings is also in effect as a measure to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The Laredo-Webb County area has surpassed 11,000 total positive cases.

As of September 1st, a total of 35,460 people have been tested and out of that total amount, 11,094 have come back positive, 135 of which are hospitalized with 60 currently in the ICU.

So far, 10,121 people have recovered from the virus and no new deaths were reported.

Although we are starting to see a decrease in positive cases as well as a decrease in deaths, the city is urging residents to keep practicing all of the health guidelines set by the CDC and WHO.

Another local resident lost their battle to COVID-19 over the weekend.

As of August 31st, a total of 35,112 residents have been tested and out of that amount 10,845 have come back positive, 883 of which are active and 138 are currently hospitalized with 61 patients in the ICU.

According to the city, a female resident in her mid 60s lost her battle to COVID-19 and passed away on Sunday, August 30th putting our death toll at 244.

So far 9,856 residents have recovered from the virus and 11 test results are still pending.

The city is continuing to offer free COVID-19 testing at the Sames Auto Arena for anyone who might be showing symptoms.

Although we are seeing a decrease in positive cases, the coronavirus continues to claim the lives of local residents.

As of August 30th, the city has submitted 34,834 tests and out of that amount, 10,814 have come back positive with 900 cases currently active, and 139 currently hospitalized.

No deaths were reported on Saturday; however, one death was reported on Sunday, putting our death toll at 243.

According to the city’s statement, the 243rd death was a woman in her mid-20s who passed away on Saturday.

Although we are seeing a decrease in positive cases, the city is still urging residents to keep wearing facemasks when going out and to try and stay home as much as possible.

Officials are reporting a little nearly 50 new coronavirus cases as well as six new deaths.

As of August 28th, the city has submitted 33,784 tests and out of that amount 10,482 have come back positive, 804 of which are still active, and 147 are currently hospitalized.

The city did confirm that six residents have lost their battle to COVID-19 putting our death toll at 242.

So far 9,583 residents have fully recovered from the virus and 68 test results remain pending.

Officials are urging residents to do their part to prevent the spread by staying home, wearing a facemask, and avoiding social gatherings.

Another four residents have lost their battle to COVID-19 putting our death toll at 236.

As of August 27, the city has submitted 33,169 tests and out of that amount, 10,434 have come back positive, 933 of which are active, 151 are currently hospitalized and 60 are in the ICU.

City officials did announce four new deaths related to COVID-19.

According to the city, the 233rd death was a woman in her early 80s who passed away on Wednesday, August 26th.

The 234th death was a man in his early 60s who passed away on Thursday, August 20th.

The 235th death was also a man in his late 80s who passed away on Thursday and the 236th death was a woman who passed away on Monday.

According to the city 9,416 have recovered from the virus.

Although we are starting to see a slight decrease in positive cases, the city is urging the community to keep practicing all of the health guidelines set by the CDC and WHO.

Another three residents have lost their battle to COVID-19 putting our death toll at 232.

As of Wednesday, August 26, a total of 32,494 people have been tested, out of that amount 10,417 have come back positive, 1,039 of which are active, and 158 are currently hospitalized.

According to the city, 64 are currently in the ICU and five patients are at alternate care sites.

So far 9,304 residents have fully recovered from the virus and we are starting to see a slight decrease in positive cases.

Health officials are urging residents to practice all of the guidelines set by the CDC and WHO.

By wearing a facemask and practicing social distancing we can prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Despite the decline of positive cases, the coronavirus continues to claim the lives of local residents.

As of August 25th, a total of 31,768 people have been tested, out of that amount 10,345 are positive, 1,057 of which are active and 156 which are currently hospitalized.

City officials did confirm two additional deaths due to COVID-19 putting our death toll at 229.

According to the city, the 228th death was a man in his late 60s who passed away on Sunday, August 23rd and the 229th death was a woman in her 60s who passed away on Tuesday, August 25, 2020.

Right now there are still 106 test results pending and 9,215 have fully recovered from the virus.

Although we are starting to see a light at the end of the tunnel, health officials are urging residents to not let their guard down and continue to practice all of the health guidelines set by the CDC.

Local officials are reporting another series of coronavirus cases as well as additional deaths.

As of August, 24, the city has submitted 30,096 tests and out of that amount, 10,164 have come back positive, 934 of which are currently active with 165 hospitalizations.

Officials did confirm that 227 residents have succumbed to the virus; meanwhile, 9,168 have recovered.

Although we are starting to see a decrease in cases, health officials urge the community to keep practicing all of the health guidelines released by the CDC and WHO.

Local officials are reporting another series of coronavirus cases as well as four additional deaths.

As of Sunday, a total of 29,974 residents have been tested; out of that total amount 10,130 have come back positive, 949 of which are active, and 164 are currently hospitalized.

According to the city, four new deaths were reported putting our death toll at 223.

The 220th death was a woman in her early 60s who passed away on Saturday, August 22nd.

The 221st death was a man in his early 50s who passed away on Sunday, August 23rd.

The 222nd death was a man in his early 70s who passed away on Saturday, August 22nd, and the 223rd death was a man in his early 60s who passed away on Friday, August 21st.

So far 9,122 people have fully recovered from COVID-19 and numbers are starting to show a decrease.

Health officials urge residents to keep practicing all of the health guidelines released by the CDC and WHO to prevent the spread of the virus.

Local officials have announced another series of coronavirus cases as well as four new deaths.

As of Saturday, 29,806 residents have been tested and out of that amount 10,094 have come back positive, 934 of which are active, 157 that are currently hospitalized, and 63 of which are in the ICU.

The city did confirm four new deaths due to COVID-19 which puts our death toll at 219.

The 216th death was a woman in her late 60s who passed away on Thursday.

The 217th death was a man in his early 30s who passed away on Friday, August 21st.

The 218th death was a man in his mid-50s who also passed away on Friday and the 219th death was a man in his early 30s who passed away on Saturday.

Health officials say we are starting to see a slight decrease in positive cases; however, they are still encouraging residents to keep practicing all of the health guidelines set by the CDC and WHO.

As of August 21st, a total of 29,271 residents have been tested and out of that 10,087 have resulted positive with 190 tests still pending.

Currently, 1,013 cases are active, 9,010 people have recovered, 154 are currently hospitalized, 63 of which are in the ICU, while four patients are currently admitted at the alternate care site.

Unfortunately 218 people have died including three new deaths.

The 216th death was a female in her late 60′s. She died on Thursday, August 20.

The 217th death was a male in his early 30′s who died on Friday, August 21.

The 218th death was a male in his mid-50′s. He also died on Friday.

The city is urging residents to prevent the spread by staying indoors, wearing a facemask, practice social distancing, and sanitizing when it’s necessary.

Local officials are reporting another series of coronavirus cases as well as additional deaths.

As of August 20th, 28,434 residents have been tested and out of that 10,047 have come back positive with 8,882 tests still pending.

Out of the positive cases, 1,103 are active, 153 are hospitalized, 63 of which are in the ICU and six patients have been admitted into the alternate care site.

The city did confirm another three lives lost due to COVID-19.

According to the city, the 213th death was a man in his mid-70s who passed away on Wednesday.

The 214th death was a woman in her mid-50s who also passed away on Wednesday and the 215th death was a man in his late 60s who passed away on August 20th.

The city is urging residents to prevent the spread by staying indoors, wearing a facemask, practice social distancing, and sanitizing when it’s necessary.

The Laredo and Webb County area is nearing 10,000 positive cases of COVID-19 in our area along with additional deaths.

As of August 19th, the city has submitted 27,547 tests and out of that amount, 9,957 are positive, 1,414 of which are active, and 234 results which are still pending.

According to the city, 8,482 residents have fully recovered from the virus, 151 remain hospitalized, 61 of which are in the ICU and 212 have succumbed to the virus.

The 208th death was a woman in her early 70s who passed away on Tuesday, August 18th, the 209th death was a woman in her late 80s who passed away on the same day.

The 210th death was a man in his early 90s who passed away on Saturday.

The 211th death was a woman in her late 50s who passed away on Wednesday and the 212th death was a man in his early 70s who passed away on Tuesday, August 18th.

The city is asking residents to do their part to prevent the spread by staying home, wearing a facemask, and avoiding social gatherings.

Local officials are reporting another series of coronavirus cases as well five new deaths.

As of Tuesday, August 18th, 26,853 people have been tested, and out of that amount, 9,857 have tested positive with 1,700 cases active, and 164 patients currently hospitalized.

According to the city 68 are in the ICU and six patients have been admitted to the alternate care site.

The city did confirm five new deaths due to COVID-19 which brings our death toll up to 207.

According to the city, the 203rd death was a man in his 80s who passed away on July 26th.

The 204th death was a man in his mid 50s who passed away on Monday, August 17th.

The 205th death was a woman in her mid 70s who passed away on Tuesday, August 18th.

The 206th death was a woman in her mid 60s who passed away on Tuesday, August 18th and the 207th death was a woman in her early 80s who passed away on Tuesday, August 18th.

The city is urging residents to do their part to prevent the spread by practicing all of the safety guidelines set by the CDC and WHO.

The number of coronavirus cases continues to increase as well as the number of deaths reported.

As of August 17th, the city has submitted, 25,948 tests and out of that amount, 9,646 have tested positive. Out of the total positive cases, 1,997 are active, 174 are hospitalized, 72 are in the ICU, seven patients have been admitted into the alternate care site and 202 have succumbed to the virus.

The city did confirm nine lives lost due to COVID-19 over the weekend.

The 194th death was a woman in her mid-60s who passed away on Friday, August 14th.

The 195th death was a man in his early 70s who passed away on Saturday, August 15.

The 196th death was a man in his mid-30s who passed away on Sunday, August 16th.

The 197th death was a man in his early 70s who passed away on Sunday, August 16th.

The 198th death was a man in his early 80s who passed away on Sunday, August 16th.

The 199th death was also a man in his early 80s who passed away on Monday, August 17th.

The 200th death was a man in his late 40s who passed away on Monday, August 17th.

The 201st death was a woman in her mid-50s who passed away on Monday and the 202nd death was a woman in her late 70s who passed away on Monday.

Local officials are reporting another series of coronavirus cases as well as additional deaths in our area.

As of Sunday, August 16th, the city has submitted 25,687 tests and out of that amount, 9,552 have come back positive, 15,085 are negative and 1,050 are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 2,373 are active, 178 are hospitalized and 193 have succumbed to the virus.

So far, 6,986 residents have fully recovered from the coronaviurs.

The city is reminding residents to do their part to prevent the spread of the virus by staying indoors, wearing a facemask, and practice social distancing when you are out in public.

As of Saturday, August 15th, the city has submitted 25,307 tests and out of that amount 9,435 have come back positive, 14,820 are negative and 1,052 are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 2,843 are active, 170 are hospitalized and 191 patients have succumbed to the virus.

So far, 6,401 people have recovered from COVID-19.

The city is reminding residents to do their part to prevent the spread of the virus by staying indoors, wearing a facemask, and practice social distancing when you are out in public.

The number of positive cases continues to increase in our community as well as the death toll.

As of Friday, August 14th the city has submitted, 24,761 tests and out of that amount, 9,303 patients have come back positive, 14,388 are negative and 1,070 are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 3,333 are active, 170 are currently hospitalized, 64 of which are currently in the ICU and 185 patients have perished due to the virus.

The city is urging residents to continue to do their part to prevent the spread of COVID-19 by following the CDC and WHO guidelines and practice social distancing.

Officials are reporting another series of coronavirus cases as well as additional deaths.

City officials have announced several new cases of COVID-19 as well as multiple deaths.

As of August 13th, the city has submitted 24,222 tests and out of that amount 9,126 have come back positive, 14,030 are negative and 1,066 are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 3,703 remain active, 156 are hospitalized and 184 have succumbed to the virus.

According to the city’s statistics, 5,236 residents have fully recovered from the virus.

The city is continuing to ask for the public’s help in preventing the spread of COVID-19 by staying indoors and wearing a facemask when you are out in public.

As of August 12th, a total of 23,510 people have been tested; out of that amount, 8,814 have come back positive, 13,653 are negative and 1,043 are still pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 3,947 remain active, 163 are hospitalized, 73 of which are in the ICU and a total of 179 have succumbed to the viurs.

The 176th death was a woman in her late 90s who passed away on Sunday, August 9th.

The 177th death was a man in his late 50s who passed away on Saturday, August 8th.

The 178th death was a woman in her early 60s and the 179th death was a man in his mid 60s who passed away on Tuesday, August 11th.

According to the city’s statistics, 4,688 patients have made a full recovery.

The city is continuing to ask for the public’s help in preventing the spread of COVID-19 by staying indoors and wearing a facemask when you are out in public.

As of August 11th, the city has submitted 22,706 tests and out of that amount, 8,490 have come back positive, 13,120 are negative, and 1,096 are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 4,305 are active,165 are currently hospitalized and 175 patients have succumbed to the virus.

Officials say the latest death was a woman in her mid-70s who passed away on Sunday.

According to the city’s statistics, 756 of the pending cases are presumed to be negative and 4,010 residents have fully recovered from the virus.

The city is continuing to ask for the public’s help in preventing the spread of COVID-19 by staying indoors and wearing a facemask when you are out in public.

The city and county have surpassed eight thousand cases of COVID-19.

As of Monday, August 10th, the city has submitted 22,185 tests and out of that amount 8,262 have come back positive, 12,822 are negative and 1,101 are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 4,592 are active, 179 are hospitalized and 174 have succumbed to the virus.

According to the city’s statistics, 3,496 patients have made a full recovery and 756 of the pending cases are presumed negative.

The city is advising residents to do their part to prevent the spread by staying indoors and wearing a facemask when you head out to the stores.

Health officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases as well as multiple new deaths.

As of August 9th, the city has submitted 21,655 tests and out of that amount 7,888 have come back positive, 12,668 are negative and 1,079 are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 4,471 are active, 188 are currently hospitalized and 169 patients have died from the virus.

According to the city, the 164th patient was a woman in her late 80s who passed away on Thursday. The 165th death was also a woman in her early 90s who passed away on August 5th.

The 166th death was a woman in her 80s who passed away on Monday, August 3rd.

The 167th death was a woman in her 40s who passed away on Friday, August 7th.

The 168th death was a man in his early 60s who passed away on Sunday, August 9th and the 169th death was a woman in her late 40s who passed away on Friday, August 7th.

The city is reminding residents to help prevent the spread of the virus by staying home, avoiding social gatherings and to wear a facemask when going out to the stores.

Local officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases in the Laredo-Webb County area.

As of August 8th, the city has submitted 21,425 tests and out of that amount 7,825 have come back positive, 12,536 are negative and 1,064 are pending.

Out of the positive cases, 4,739 are active, 183 are currently hospitalized and 163 have succumbed to the virus.

Fortunately, 2,923 have recovered and 724 pending cases are presumed to be negative.

Local officials are reporting another plethora of coronavirus cases as well as additional deaths.

As of August 7th, the city has submitted 20,866 tests and out of that amount, 7,540 have come back positive, 12,277 are negative and 1,049 are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 4,717 cases are active, 191 patients are currently hospitalized and 155 have perished due to the virus.

According to the city statistics, 2,668 patients have recovered, and 724 of the pending cases are presumed to be negative.

The city is reminding residents to do their part to prevent the spread by staying home, practicing social distancing, and always wear a mask when you head out.

If you have any questions regarding COVID-19 you can call 956-795-4954.

Local officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases as well as five new deaths.

The city has submitted 20,435 tests and out of that amount, 7,417 have come back positive, 12,008 are negative and 1,010 are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 4,770 are currently active, 194 are hospitalized and 149 have succumbed to the virus.

Fortunately, 2,498 have recovered from the virus, and 724 of the pending cases are presumed to be negative.

The city is asking the public to do their part to prevent the spread of the virus by staying home and always wear a facemask when you are out in public.

City and county officials have announced another series of coronavirus cases as well as four additional deaths.

As of August 5th, the city has submitted 19,854 tests and out of that amount 7,119 have come back positive, 11,730 are negative and 1,005 are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 4,997 are active, 202 are hospitalized and 144 have succumbed to the virus.

Fortunately, 1,998 patients have made a full recovery and 697 of the pending cases are presumed to be negative.

The city is urging residents to do their part to prevent the spread by staying home, avoid social gatherings and wear a facemask when going to the stores.

Local officials have announced another series of coronavirus cases as well as three new deaths.

As of August 4th, the city has submitted 19,534 tests and out of that amount 6,921 have come back positive, 11,616 are negative and 997 are pending.

Out of the positive cases, 5,083 are active, 205 are hospitalized and 140 have succumbed to the virus.

Fortunately, 1,698 patients have recovered from the virus and 690 of the pending cases are presumed to be positive.

City officials are urging residents to stay indoors, avoid social gatherings and to always wear a mask when going to the stores for necessities.

Officials have announced another series of coronavirus cases as well as five new deaths.

As of August 3rd, the city has submitted 19,098 tests and out of that amount, 6,629 have come back positive, 11,489 are negative and 980 are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 4,808 are active, 207 are currently hospitalized and 137 people have succumbed to the virus.

The 133rd was a woman in her late 70s, the 134th death was a man in his mid-80s, the 135th death was a man in his mid-70s, the 136th death was a woman in her late 90s and the 137th death was a woman in her early 70s.

Fortunately, 1,684 patients have recovered from the virus and 690 pending cases are presumed to be negative.

The city is asking for the public’s help to prevent the spread of the virus by staying home, wearing a facemask, and practice social distancing at all times.

Officials have reported another series of coronavirus cases as well as multiple deaths in our area.

As of August 2nd, the city has submitted 18,703 tests and out of that amount 6,411 have come back positive, 11,339 are negative and 953 are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 4,654 are active, 202 are hospitalized and 132 have succumbed to the virus.

The 129th was a man in his late 60s who passed away on Sunday, August 2nd.

The 130th death was a woman in her early 70s who passed away on August 2nd.

The 131st death was a man in his mid-70s who passed away on Saturday, August 1st and the 132nd death was a man in his mid-80s.

Fortunately, 1,625 have fully recovered from the virus.

City officials are reminding residents to stay home as much as possible, wear a facemask when going out in public and avoid congregating with those outside your household.

The amount of positive coronavirus cases continues to increase in our area as well as the number of deaths.

As of August 1st, 18,569 residents have been tested, out of that amount, 6,360 are positive, 11,259 are negative and 950 test results are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 4,729 are active, 204 are hospitalized and 73 are in the ICU.

On Saturday, the city and county announced the 128th due to COVID-19.

Officials say the patient was a woman in her early 70s who passed away on August 1st.

The city is asking residents to do their part to prevent the spread of the virus.

They are reminding residents to follow all CDC guidelines and practice physical distancing.

Officials have announced another series of coronavirus cases putting our total beyond 6,000 cases.

As of July 31st, the city has submitted 18,189 tests and out of that amount, 6,131 have come back positive, 11,120 are negative and 938 are still pending.

Out of the positive cases, 4,558 are active and 207 are currently hospitalized.

The city did confirm five new deaths due to COVID-19 putting our death toll at 127.

Fortunately, 1,446 patients have recovered from the virus.

Officials are reminding residents that we are under a level four advisory, which means they are asking residents to avoid traveling and to stay indoors as much as possible.

If you have any questions regarding the coronavirus you can call the city’s hotline at 956-795-4954.

As of July 30th, the city has submitted 17,614 tests, out of that mount, 5,878 have come back positive, 10,788 are negative and 948 are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 4,386 are active, 203 are currently hospitalized and 122 have passed away due to the virus.

According to the Laredo Health Authority, the 122 death was a resident at Regent Care Center. This is the 19th total at the center.

According to the city, 702 of the pending cases are presumed negative, and 1,370 patients have recovered from the virus.

Officials have announced another series of coronavirus cases as well as additional deaths. As of July 29th, the city has submitted 17,116 tests, out of that amount 5,676 are positive, 10,476 are negative and 964 are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 4,270 remain active, 186 are currently hospitalized and a total of 121 patients have passed away due to COVID-19.

The 119 victim was a woman in her early 90s. The 120th victim was a woman in her 80s and the 121st victim was a woman in her mid-50s.

Fortunately, 1,285 patients have made a full recovery and out 664 of the pending cases are presumed to be negative.

City officials are reminding residents that we are currently under a level four alert due to the high amount of positive cases that are still active.

As a result, officials are urging residents to avoid traveling, stay indoors, wear a facemask, and only congregate with those in your own household.

If you have any questions regarding COVID-19, you can call the city’s hotline at 956-795-4954.

City officials are reporting over 200 new coronavirus cases as well as four new deaths.

As of Tuesday, July 28th, the city has submitted, 16,614 tests and out of that amount 5,396 have come back positive, 10,252 are negative and 966 are pending.

Out of the positive cases, 4,043 remain active, 185 are currently hospitalized and 118 have succumbed to the virus.

According to the city’s statistics, 657 of the pending cases are presumed to be negative and 1,235 patients have made a full recovery.

If you have any questions regarding the coronavirus you can call the city’s hotline at 956-795-4954.

Local officials have announced another series of coronavirus cases as well as ten new deaths due to COVID-19.

As of July 27th, the city has submitted, 16,150 tests and out of that amount, 5,136 have come back positive, 10,042 are negative and 972 are pending.

According to the city’s statistics, 3,846 of those positive cases are active, 162 are currently hospitalized and 114 have succumbed to the virus.

Fortunately, 1,176 patients have made a full recovery.

Due to the recent surge in cases, city officials are urging residents to stay indoors, avoid traveling, wear a facemask when you are out and avoid gathering with others who are not in your own household.

Local officials are reporting a new series of coronavirus cases as well as additional deaths due to the virus.

As of Sunday, July 26th, the city has submitted 16,040 tests, out of that amount 5,081 have come back positive, 9,982 are negative and 977 are still pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 3,801 are active, 147 are hospitalized, 62 of which are in ICU, and 104 have passed away due to the virus.

Fortunately, 1,176 patients have recovered.

In order to safeguard legally-protected information, the City of Laredo is not publicly releasing personal or identifiable information regarding any cases as it relates to COVID-19 testing, results, or monitoring.

Please continue to do your part in preventing the spread of all diseases.

The City of Laredo has surpassed 5,000 cases of COVID-19 in our area.

As of Saturday, July 25th, the city has submitted 15,905 tests and out of that amount 5,042 have come back positive, 9,879 are negative and 984 are pending.

Out of the positive cases, 3,767 remain active, 160 are currently hospitalized and 99 patients have succumbed to the virus.

According to a statement released by the city, the 98th death was a man in his early 60s who had no underlying health conditions. He passed away at his home on Friday, July 24th and the 99th death was a woman in her early 70s who had underlying health conditions and passed away at the Laredo Medical Center.

The City of Laredo Health Department continues to conduct contact investigation on persons who have tested positive to determine possible exposure to others. If the health department has not contacted you, there is no need to take any action at this time. If you feel ill, please contact your physician and monitor your symptoms.

Stay home if you are sick and call your doctor. Do not go to the doctor’s office, call your doctor first. If it is an emergency, call 9-1-1.

The number of coronavirus cases continues to increase as well as our death toll in Laredo.

As of July 24th, the city has submitted 15,533 tests, out of that amount 4,872 have come back positive, 9,668 are negative and 993 are pending.

Out of the total cases, 3,599 are active, 160 are hospitalized and 97 have passed away due to the virus.

According to the city’s statistics, 1,176 patients have fully recovered from COVID-19.

Officials are reminding residents that we are still under a level four advisory and as a result, they have issued a travel ban.

Health officials are asking residents to stay indoors as much as possible and if you need to head to the store wear a facemask, practice social distancing, wash your hands frequently, and use disinfectant.

Local officials are reporting another series of coronavirus cases in our area as well as multiple deaths.

As of July 23rd, 15,241 tests have been submitted, and out of that amount, 4,699 have tested positive 9,548 are negative and 994 are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 3,459 are active, 174 are hospitalized and 92 patients have succumbed to the virus.

As a result of the increase in cases, the city has issued a travel advisory urging residents to avoid traveling out of city or state or even to our sister city, Nuevo Laredo.

Officials are asking you to do your part to prevent the spread by staying indoors, practicing social distancing, wearing a facemask, and avoid social gatherings.

As of July 22nd, the city has submitted 14,818 tests and out of that amount 4,472 have tested positive for the virus, 9,341 are negative and 1,005 are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 3,270 are active, 96 are hospitalized and 77 have lost their battle to COVID-19.

City officials are reminding residents that we are under a level four advisory due to the rise in COVID-19 cases.

As a result of the increase in cases, the city has issued a travel advisory urging residents to avoid traveling out of city or state or even to our sister city, Nuevo Laredo.

Officials are asking you to do your part to prevent the spread by staying indoors, practicing social distancing, wearing a facemask, and avoid social gatherings.

Local officials are reporting a slew of new coronavirus cases as well as five new deaths.

As of July 21st, 14,557 people have been tested, out of that amount, 4,276 have tested positive, 9,256 are negative and 1,025 are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 3,128 cases remain active, 168 are currently hospitalized and 71 have passed away.

City officials are asking residents to do their part to prevent the spread by staying indoors, wearing a facemask, and practice social distancing when heading to the stores.

The city is also reminding residents about the curfew that is still in effect from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.

The City of Laredo and Webb County have surpassed 4,000 cases of COVID-19.

As of Monday, July 20th, the city has submitted 14,219 tests, out of that amount, 4,131 have come back positive, 9,056 are negative and 1,032 are still pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 3,029 are still active, 168 are currently hospitalized and 66 have succumbed to the virus.

Officials say the 66th death was a man in his mid-70s who passed away at the Laredo Medical Center on Monday.

City officials are asking residents to do their part to prevent the spread by staying indoors, wearing a facemask, and practice social distancing when heading to the stores.

The city is also reminding residents about the curfew that is still in effect from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.

Officials are reporting another series of coronavirus cases as well as additional deaths.

As of Sunday, July 19th, the city has submitted 13,927 tests and out of that amount, 3,950 have come back positive, 8,943 are negative and 1,034 are still pending.

Out of the positive cases, 2,866 remain active, 166 are hospitalized and 1,019 have recovered.

The city did confirm that an additional three people have died due to COVID-19 complications putting our death toll at 65.

The city is urging residents to do their part to prevent the spread of the virus by staying indoors, wearing a facemask, practice social distancing and wash your hands frequently.

As of July 18th, the city has submitted 13,716 tests and out of that amount 3,829 have come back positive, 8,838 are negative and 1,049 are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 2,748 are active, 157 are hospitalized and 62 have succumbed to the virus.

So far 1,019 patients have recovered from the virus.

The city is urging residents to keep practicing social distancing, wear a facemask, and avoid social gatherings.

Local officials are reporting another series of coronavirus cases as well as additional deaths.

As of July 17th, the city has submitted 13,523 tests and out of that amount, 3,677 have come back positive 1,086 are still pending and 8,760 are negative.

Out of the total positive cases, 2,599 are active, 162 of those patients are currently hospitalized and 59 patients have died from the virus.

The city is asking for the community to do their part and prevent the spread by staying indoors, wearing a facemask, washing your hands, and avoid social gatherings.

As of July 16th, the city has submitted 13,380 tests and out of that amount, 3,574 have come back positive, 8,720 are negative and 1,086 are still pending.

Out of the positive cases, 2,517 cases are active, 162 are hospitalized and 58 patients have succumbed to the virus.

When looking at recoveries, a total of 1,002 patients have recovered from COVID-19.

The city is asking for the community to do their part and prevent the spread by staying indoors, wearing a facemask, washing your hands, and avoid social gatherings.

City officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases as well as a couple of newly reported deaths.

As of July 15th, the city has submitted 13,028 tests and out of that total amount, 3,373 have come back positive, 8,565 are negative and 1,090 are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 2,382 remain active, and 168 are currently hospitalized and a total of 51 people have lost their battle to the virus.

So far 486 of the pending cases are presumed to be negative and 940 patients have recovered.

The city of Laredo has decided to prevent the spread by implementing a new order that would ban social gatherings and close the dining areas for restaurants.

That order has not gone into effect, the city is waiting for the governor’s approval.

Local officials are reporting over 200 new coronavirus cases as well as three new deaths.

According to the city’s Facebook page, out of 12,724 tests, 3,211 have come back positive, 8,417 are negative and 1,096 are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 2,236 are active, 159 are currently hospitalized and 926 have recovered.

On Tuesday, July 14th, the City of Laredo and Webb County confirmed the 47th, 48th, and 49th death as a result of COVID-19.

City officials are urging residents to do their part and prevent the spread by staying indoors, wearing a facemask, and by washing your hands.

As of Monday, July 13th, the city and county have submitted 12,403 tests and out of that total amount, 3,001 have come back positive, 8,290 are negative and 1,112 are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 2,062 are currently active, 182 are hospitalized.

The City of Laredo and Webb County confirmed the 44th, 45th, and 46th deaths as a result of COVID-19.

The 44th death was a man in his 50s who had underlying health conditions. The person passed away at the Laredo Medical Center on Sunday, July 12th.

The 45th death was a woman in her late 80s who had underlying health conditions. She passed away at a local nursing home on Sunday.

And the 46th death was a man in his mid-70s who had underlying health conditions. He passed away at Doctor’s Hospital on Saturday, July 11th.

City officials are urging residents to do their part and prevent the spread by staying indoors, wearing a facemask, and by washing your hands.

As of July 12th, the city has submitted 12,219 tests and out of that amount, 2,880 have come back positive, 8,219 are negative and 1,120 are still pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 1,973 are currently active, 149 are hospitalized and 43 have succumbed to the virus.

City officials are urging residents to do their part and prevent the spread by staying indoors, wearing a facemask, and by washing your hands.

As of July 11th, the city has submitted 12,029 tests and out of that amount, 2,722 have come back positive, 8,187 are negative and 1,120 are pending.

Out of the total positive, 1,815 cases remain active, and 154 are currently hospitalized.

Officials with the City of Laredo and Webb County confirmed the 41st, 42nd, and 43 deaths due to COVID complications.

So far, 864 patients have recovered and out of that pending test results, 450 are presumed to be negative.

City officials are urging residents to do their part and prevent the spread by staying indoors, wearing a facemask, and by washing your hands.

Local officials are reporting another series of coronavirus cases as well as another death.

As of July 10th, the city has submitted 11,800 tests and out of that amount 2,547 have come back positive, 8,108 are negative and 1,145 are pending.

Out of the total cases, 1,643 are active, 143 are hospitalized and 40 have succumbed to the virus.

So far 864 patients have recovered and 443 cases are presumed to be negative.

City officials are reminding residents to do their part by staying indoors, wearing a facemask, washing hands, and cleaning surfaces.

As of July 9th, the city has tested 11,519 patients, out of that amount, 2,405 are positive, 7,955 are negative and 1,159 are pending.

Right now, 122 patients are hospitalized, and 38 of those are in the ICU.

So far 847 people have made a full recovery and 39 patients have succumbed to the virus.

City officials are reminding residents to do their part by staying indoors, wearing a facemask, washing hands, and cleaning surfaces.

Local officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases as well as multiple deaths.

As of July 8th, the city has submitted 11,187, out of that total amount, 2,163 have come back positive, 7,843 are negative and 1,181 are pending.

Right now, 1,310 of those cases are currently active, 117 are hospitalized and 817 have recovered.

The city did release a statement confirming that four people have succumbed to the virus putting our total death toll at 36.

The city is urging residents to prevent the spread of the virus by following with the guidelines that were set back in March which includes, social distancing, wearing a facemask, and frequently washing hands and surfaces.

Local officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases as well as three deaths.

As of July 7th, the city submitted 11,005 tests, and out of that amount 2,091 have come back positive, 7,727 are negative and 1,187 are pending.

The city also announced that three people have succumbed to the virus, one of which was a patient in their teens.

So far, 1,278 cases remain active, 110 are hospitalized and 781 patients have successfully recovered from the virus.

The city and county would like to remind residents to prevent the spread by wearing a facemask, practicing social distancing, and avoiding large gatherings.

Local officials are confirming another series of coronavirus cases as well as an additional death.

As of July 6th, the city has submitted 10,600 tests and out of that amount, 1,960 have come back positive, 7,625 are negative and 1,015 are pending.

The city did confirm that another patient lost their battle to COVID-19 making it our 29th death reported in our community.

Officials say the patient was a family member of Interim Fire Chief Ramrio Elizondo.

Right now 1,150 cases are active, 100 are hospitalized and 781 have recovered.

When looking at the pending cases, 452 are presumed to be negative.

During the daily media briefing, officials stated that the best way we can go back to normal is by following all of the safety guidelines that have been set by our officials since March.

Those include practicing social distancing, wearing a face mask and avoiding social gatherings.

City officials are reporting another series of coronavirus cases in our area.

As of July 5th, the city has submitted 10,397 tests and out of that amount, 1,868 have come back positive, 7,568 are negative and 961 are still pending.

Over the weekend, the city confirmed that another person lost their battle to the coronavirus, putting our total deaths at 28.

Right now, 1,059 cases are active, 93 are hospitalized and 781 have recovered.

When looking at the pending cases, 454 are presumed to be negative.

As of July 3rd, the city has submitted 9,880 tests and out of that amount 1,773 have tested positive; 965 of those cases are active and 95 are currently hospitalized.

So far 7,120 tests have come back negative, 987 results are still pending; 441 of those tests are presumed to be negative.

According to the city’s statistics, 781 patients have successfully recovered from the virus and 27 people have passed away due to complications.

As a result of the recent surge in cases, the city has issued a travel advisory and they are asking residents to stay indoors and only travel if it is absolutely necessary.

Local officials are reporting another series of coronavirus cases as well as another death.

As of July 2nd, the city has submitted 9,717 tests and out of that total amount, 1,703 have tested positive, 7,006 have tested negative and 1,008 results are still pending.

According to the city’s statistics, 27 deaths have been reported, 914 of those positive cases remain active, and 100 patients are currently hospitalized.

So far, 442 of the pending cases are presumed to be negative and 762 patients have recovered from the virus.

Officials are asking residents to try and prevent the spread of the virus by staying home, wearing a mask and avoiding any social gatherings.

Local officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases as well as another death.

As of Wednesday, July 1st, the city has submitted 9,279 tests and out of that amount, 1,604 have come back positive, 6,670 are negative and 1,005 are still pending.

According to the city’s statistics, 434 of those pending cases are presumed to be negative, 850 of the positive cases are still active and currently 91 are hospitalized.

The city did confirm that another patient passed away due complications with the coronavirus making it the 26th death in our community.

The city continues to stress the importance of wearing a mask, washing your hands and avoid social gatherings.

Keep in mind the city is still under a level four red alert.

Local officials have reported another series of coronavirus cases.

As of Tuesday, June 30th, the city has submitted 8,968 tests, out of that amount, 1,538 have come back positive, 6,502 are negative and 928 are pending.

According to the city’s statistics, 807 of those positive cases are currently active, and 431 of those pending cases are presumed to be negative.

Right now a total of 79 of those positive cases are currently hospitalized.

So far 706 patients have recovered from the virus and new no deaths have been reported. That number remains at 25.

As a result of the increase in cases, the City of Laredo has reinstated the city-wide curfew.

According to the amended Mayor’s Emergency Order, effective at midnight a curfew for all residents will go into effect. The curfew will take place between the hours of 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.

The City of Laredo is reporting nearly 50 new cases of COVID-19 in our area.

As of June 29th, the city has submitted 8,675 tests and out of that total amount, 1,503 have tested positive, 6,222 are negative and 950 are still pending.

According to the city’s statistics, 808 cases are currently active, 670 have recovered and 25 people have lost their battle to COVID-19.

The city says 418 pending cases are presumed to be negative.

As a result of the increase in cases, the City of Laredo has reinstated the city-wide curfew.

According to the amended Mayor’s Emergency Order, effective at midnight a curfew for all residents will go into effect. The curfew will take place between the hours of 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.

Local officials are reporting another series of coronavirus cases as well as two new deaths.

As of June 28th, the City of Laredo has submitted 8,539 test and out of that total amount, 1,457 have come back positive, 6,184 are negative and 939 are pending.

So far 798 cases are currently active ,634 have recovered and a total of 25 patients have succumbed to the virus.

According to the city’s statistics, 406 pending cases are presumed to be negative.

As a result of the increase in cases, the City of Laredo has reinstated the city-wide curfew.

According to the amended Mayor’s Emergency Order, effective at midnight a curfew for all residents will go into effect. The curfew will take place between the hours of 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.

Officials with the city and county are reporting over 100 new cases of COVID-19 in our area.

As of June 26th, the city has submitted 8,022 tests and out of that amount 1,212 have come back positive, and 920 are still pending. The city says 406 of the pending cases are presumed to be negative.

According to the city statistics, 555 cases are currently active, 634 have recovered and no new deaths have been reported, that number remains at 23.

City officials urge residents to keep practicing the safety measures that have been implemented since March.

They would also like to remind everyone that we are under a red alert advisory warning.

The city and county are reporting another series of coronavirus cases in our area.

As of Thursday, June 25th, the city has submitted 7,768 tests, out of that total amount 1,101 have come back positive, 5,811 are negative and 856 are pending.

According to the city’s website, 453 cases are currently active, 625 people have recovered and 23 patients have succumbed to the virus.

When looking at the pending cases, there are 454 adjusted pending and 402 cases are presumed to be negative.

City officials urge residents to keep practicing the safety measures that have been implemented since March.

They would also like to remind everyone that we are under a red alert advisory warning.

Officials are reporting 40 new cases of COVID-19 in our area.

As of Wednesday, June 24th, the city has submitted 7,529 tests and out of that total amount, 1,045 have come back positive, 5,653 are negative and 831 are pending.

Of those positive cases 446 are currently active, 576 people have recovered and 23 patients have succumbed to the virus.

When looking at the pending cases, 402 are presumed to be negative.

Due to the increase in cases, the city has decided to extend the emergency orders until July 30th.

During this time they are asking that residents wear a facemask, practice social distancing, wash their hands and stay home as much as possible.

The city and county have surpassed over 1,000 positive cases of COVID-19 in our area and has confirmed an additional death.

As of Tuesday, June 23rd, officials have submitted 7,014 tests, out of that amount, 1,003 have come back positive, 806 are pending and 5,205 are negative.

Out of the total positive cases, 404 are currently active, 576 have recovered and 23 have succumbed to the virus.

The city did confirm that the patient was a woman in her 50s with underlying health conditions and had passed away at the Laredo Medical Center. on Monday, June 23rd.

According to the city statistics, 402 of the pending cases are presumed to be negative.

Officials would like to remind residents that we are currently under a red alert advisory system which means we must wear a mask when out in public, practice social distancing and try to stay home as much as possible.

Local officials have confirmed nearly 20 new coronavirus cases in our area.

As of June 22nd, the city has submitted 6,790 tests and out of that amount, 948 have come back positive, 5,100 are negative and 742 are still pending.

So far, 382 cases remain active, 544 have full recovered and no new deaths have been reported.

When looking at the pending cases, 402 are presumed to be negative.

Meanwhile, the city is still offering free testing this week over at the Sames Auto Arena.

City and county officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases in our area.

As of Sunday, June 21st, the city has tested a total of 6,676 people, out of that total, 929 have tested positive, 5,025 are negative and 722 are pending.

So far, 540 people have recovered, 16 remain hospitalized and no new deaths have been reported.

That number remains at 16.

Since we have started to see an increase, city officials have urged the public to keep practicing the safety measures that were implemented back in March to prevent the spread.

Local officials have confirmed 20 new cases of COVID-19 in our area.

As of June 19th, the city has submitted 6,601 tests and out of that amount 874 have come back positive, 5,005 are negative and 722 are still pending.

Of the total positive cases, 312 are currently active, 540 have recovered and only 22 people have passed away due to complications with the virus.

The city is still pending 320 adjusted cases, and 402 cases are presumed to be negative.

The City of Laredo is advising residents to keep practicing all of the safety measures that have been put in place since March.

The City of Laredo and Webb County officials have confirmed 53 new positive cases of COVID-19 bringing the total up to 854.

Out of those 312 are active cases.

So far, 520 patients have received; meanwhile, 708 are still pending results.

The city has been able to administrate more than 64 hundred tests.

So far no new deaths have been reported, that number remains at 22.

Local health officials have confirmed over 40 new coronavirus cases in our area as well as another death.

As of June 17th, the city has submitted 6,167 tests and out of that amount 803 have come back positive, 4,687 are negative and 677 are pending.

Out of the total positive cases, 277 remain active; meanwhile, 504 patients have made a full recovery.

The city is still pending 275 adjusted cases and 402 pending cases are presumed to be negative.

According to the city’s statistics, there have been a total of 22 deaths reported in the Gateway City.

According to a city spokesperson, the patient was a man in his 60s with underlying health conditions. He passed away on Tuesday evening at the Laredo Medical Center.

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