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City confirms 1,773 COVID-19 cases

Nearly 1,000 cases active
Dexamethasone reduced deaths by 35% in patients who needed treatment with breathing machines and by 20% in those only needing supplemental oxyge
Dexamethasone reduced deaths by 35% in patients who needed treatment with breathing machines and by 20% in those only needing supplemental oxyge(source: cdc)
Published: Jun. 17, 2020 at 12:35 PM CDT
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LAREDO, Tex. (KGNS) - City officials are confirming 70 new cases of COVID-19 in our area.

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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