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Nuevo Laredo confirms 1,835 cases of COVID-19

197 deaths reported
Source: MGN online
Source: MGN online(KGNS)
Published: Jul. 15, 2020 at 9:38 PM CDT
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LAREDO, Tex. (KGNS) -Nuevo Laredo is reporting another series of coronavirus cases as well as multiple deaths.

As of August 11th, our sister city has reported a total of 1,835 cases of COVID-19 along with 197 deaths.

So far, 365 cases remain active, 535 are pending and 1,273 have recovered.

Currently there are 19,608 cases of COVID-19 reported in the state of Tamaulipas.

As of August fourth, our sister city has reported a total of 1,699 cases along with 176 deaths.

So far 386 cases remain active, 518 are pending and 1,137 have recovered.

Currently, there are 18,334 cases of COVID-19 in the State of Tamaulipas.

Nuevo Laredo is reporting another series of coronavirus cases as well as multiple deaths.

As of August 3rd, our sister city has reported a total of 1,653 cases along with 153 deaths.

So far 464 cases remain active, 542 are pending and 1,036 have recovered.

Currently there are 17,312 cases of COVID-19 in the State of Tamaulipas.

The number of positive coronavirus cases continues to climb in Nuevo Laredo.

As of Thursday, July 30th, Nuevo Laredo has confirmed 1,544 positive cases of COVID-19 along with 141 deaths.

So far, 419 of those cases remain active, 1,908 are negative, and 485 are pending.

Fortunately, 984 patients have recovered from the virus.

Officials in Nuevo Laredo are reporting another series of coronavirus cases as well as several new deaths.

As of July 29th, the city has confirmed 1,505 positive cases of COVID-19, along with 139 deaths.

So far 397 of those positive cases remain active, 1,908 residents have tested negative, and 448 are pending.

Fortunately, 969 residents have fully recovered from the virus.

Officials in Nuevo Laredo have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases as well as two additional deaths.

As of July 28th, health officials in our sister city have confirmed 1,407 cases of COVID-19 along with 116 deaths.

So far, 456 of those cases remain active, 493 are pending, and 835 have recovered.

The State of Tamaulipas is reporting 15,249 cases of COVID-19.

Six residents in Nuevo Laredo have lost their battle to COVID-19, putting their death toll at 114.

As of July 23rd, our sister city still has 1,278 positive cases of COVID-19; however, six patients have succumbed to the virus.

So far 374 cases remain active, 1,579 are negative, 639 are pending and 790 have made a full recovery.

Officials in Nuevo Laredo are reporting another series of coronavirus cases in our sister city.

As of July 22nd, Nuevo Laredo has reported 1,278 cases of COVID-19 along with 108 deaths.

So far, 429 cases remain active, 1,562 are negative, 563 are pending and 741 have recovered from the virus.

A total of 13,191 cases of COVID-19 have been reported in the State of Tamaulipas.

As of July 21st, Nuevo Laredo has reported 1,202 cases of COVID-19 as well as 101 deaths.

So far, 358 cases remain active, 515 are pending and 741 have recovered.

A total of 12,857 cases of COVID-19 have been reported in the State of Tamaulipas.

As of Monday, July 20th, Nuevo Laredo has reported 1,167 cases of COVID-19 along with 101 deaths.

So far, 363 cases remain active, 512 are pending and 701 have recovered.

A total of 12,527 cases of COVID-19 have been reported in the State of Tamaulipas.

As of Sunday, July 19th, Nuevo Laredo has reported 1,155 cases of COVID-19 as well as 101 deaths.

So far, 353 of those cases remain active, 499 are pending and 701 have recovered.

A total of 12,170 cases of COVID-19 have been reported in the entire State of Tamaulipas.

According to Mayor Enrique Rivas Cuellar’s Facebook page, the city has confirmed 1,115 positive cases of COVID-19 as well as 93 deaths.

So far 369 cases remain active, 409 are pending and 653 cases have recovered from the virus.

There are 11,528 cases of COVID-19 reported in the State of Tamaulipas.

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