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City confirms 43,451 positive cases of COVID-19

Death toll at 829
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Published: Jan. 6, 2021 at 12:27 PM CST|Updated: Feb. 17, 2021 at 4:25 PM CST
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LAREDO, TX. (KGNS) -City and county officials are reporting several coronavirus cases in our area.

As of Wednesday, April 14, the city has conducted 326,978 tests and out of that amount, 43,451 have come back positive, 110 of which are active, 15 are currently hospitalized and eight are in the ICU.

According to the city, no new deaths were reported that number remains at 829.

So far 42,512 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is at 2.94 percent.

According to the city’s statistics, 62,027 people have been fully vaccinated which is about 35.05 percent of our population and 112,521 have received the first vaccine.

City and county officials are reporting two deaths due to COVID-19.

As of Monday, Apr. 12, the city has conducted 325,290 tests and out of that amount, 43,407 have come back positive, 109 of which are active, six are hospitalized and four are in the ICU.

According to the city, the 828 death was a woman in her late 60s who passed away on Friday, Apr. 9 and the 829th death was a woman in her late 40s who passed away on Monday, Apr. 5.

So far 42,469 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is at 1.19 percent.

According to the city’s statistics, 67,089 have been fully vaccinated and 110,393 people have received the first dose.

City and county officials are reporting another death due to the coronavirus.

As of Apr. 8, the city has conducted a total of 324,225 tests and out of that amount 43,376 have come back positive, 119 of which are active, six are hospitalized and five are in the ICU.

According to the city, another resident lost their battle to the coronavirus putting our death toll at 827.

Officials say the patient was a man in his early 80s who passed away on Thursday, Apr. 8.

So far, 42,430 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is at 3.80 percent.

According to the city’s vaccine statistics, 59,198 residents have been fully vaccinated, which is roughly 30 percent of our population; meanwhile, 102,125 residents have received their first dose which makes up 51.86 percent of the population.

The city is encouraging residents to prevent the spread of the virus by continuing to practice all of the health guidelines and get vaccinated for the virus.

City and county officials are reporting an increase in positive coronavirus cases as well as multiple deaths.

As of Wednesday, Apr. 6, the city has conducted 322,640 tests and out of that amount, 43,349 have come back positive, 126 of which are active, 19 are hospitalized and eight are in the ICU.

According to the city, an additional six people have lost their battle to COVID-19 putting our death toll at 826.

The 821st death was a woman in her early 70s who passed away on Dec. 27 of 2020.

The 822nd death was a woman in her mid-70s who passed away on Monday, Feb. 15.

The 823rd death was a man in his mid-50s who passed away on Friday, Mar. 5.

The 824th death was a woman in her early 50s who passed away on Thursday, Jan. 21.

The 825th death was a man in his early 60s who passed away on Jan. 21st and the 826th death was a man in his late 80s who passed away on Mar. 5.

So far 42,397 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is now at 3.30 percent.

According to the city, 56,275 residents are fully vaccinated which makes up 28.58 percent of our population.

Officials continue to stress the importance of wearing a facemask and getting vaccinated for COVID-19.

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

As of Apr. 2, the city has conducted 320,675 tests and out of that amount, 43,244 have come back positive, 131 of which are active, six are in the hospital and one person is in the ICU.

According to the city, no new deaths were reported, that number remains at 820.

So far 42,293 people have recovered, and our hospitalization rate is at 1.9 percent.

According to the city’s statistics, 49,536 people have been fully vaccinated and 92,281 have received the first dose.

The city continues to advise the community to get vaccinated for the coronavirus and to practice all of the CDC guidelines to prevent the spread of the virus.

City and county officials are reporting several new active coronavirus cases as well as another death.

Despite the increase in vaccinations in our community, the City of Laredo and Webb County are continuing to see an increase in active COVID-19 cases.

As of Thursday, Apr. 1, the city has conducted 320,281 tests and out of that amount, 43,229 have come back positive, 142 of which are active, eight are hospitalized and five are in the ICU.

According to the city, another resident in his 70s lost his battle to COVID-19 on Wednesday putting our death toll at 820.

So far 42,267 people have recovered and our hospitalization rate is at 2.94 percent.

According to the city’s statistics, 48,104 people have been fully vaccinated.

City and county officials are reporting another death due to COVID-19, putting our death toll at 819.

According to the city, the 819th death was a man in his mid-70s who passed away on Mar. 30.

As of Mar. 31, the city has conducted 319,711 tests and out of that amount, 43,199 have come back positive, so far 124 cases are active, 12 of which are hospitalized and 7 are in the ICU.

So far 42,256 have recovered and our hospitalization rate is at 2.53 percent.

According to the city’s statistics, 47,390 residents are fully vaccinated which makes up of about 24 percent of the population; meanwhile, 89,060 people have received their first dose.

The city is encouraging residents to continue to prevent the spread by getting vaccinated and practicing all of the CDC guidelines.

City and county officials are reporting new deaths related to COVID-19.

As of Mar. 30, the city has conducted 319,063 tests and out of that amount, 43,186 have come back positive, 120 of which are active, 13 are hospitalized, and seven of which are in the ICU.

So far 42,248 people have recovered, 818 have succumbed to the virus and our hospitalization rate is at 2.52 percent.

According to the city’s vaccination statistics, 46,775 people are fully vaccinated which is about 23.75 county residents.

City officials are advising residents that we could still see a fourth surge so they are asking residents to get vaccinated and keep practicing all of the social distancing guidelines.

City and county officials are reporting new coronavirus cases in our area.

As of Friday, Mar. 26, the city has conducted 316,975 tests and out of that amount 43,103 have come back positive, 91 are active, 10 of which are hospitalized and seven are in the ICU.

So far 42,196 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is at 3.59 percent.

Fortunately, no new deaths were reported, that number remains at 816.

According to the city, 40,581 residents have been fully vaccinated and 80,679 have received their first dose.

Although we are starting to see cases go down, the city is encouraging the community to keep practicing all of the CDC guidelines and to get vaccinated as soon as possible.

The City of Laredo is reporting one new death due to COVID-19 putting our death toll at 816.

According to the city, the resident was a man in his 50s who passed away on Wednesday, Mar. 24.

As of Thursday, Mar. 25, the city has conducted 316,350 tests, 43,093 of which have come back positive, 95 of which are active, 12 are hospitalized and seven are in the ICU.

According to the city, 42,182 people have recovered and our hospitalization rate is at 3.87 percent.

The city is continuing its vaccination efforts to the community; so far, 38,914 residents have been fully vaccinated.

Officials say they will continue to prioritize and focus on our elder community as well as those who do not have internet access or have been waiting to receive their first dose.

The city says it will proceed with its second phase of re-openings as soon as it gets the green light from our local health authority.

City and county officials have confirmed another death due to COVID-19.

As of Tuesday, Mar. 23, the city has conducted 315,046 tests and out of that amount, 43,070 have come back positive, 91 of which are active, 18 are hospitalized, and six are in the ICU.

A total of 814 people have lost their lives due to the coronavirus, 42,165 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is at 5.16 percent.

According to the city, 37,663 residents have fully been vaccinated.

City and county officials are reporting two new deaths due to COVID-19.

As of Monday, Mar. 22, the city has conducted 314,415 tests and out of that amount, 43,047 have come back positive, 85 of which are active, 25 are hospitalized and 13 are in the ICU.

According to the city, the 812th death was a man in his 40s who passed away on Friday and the 813th death was a woman in her early 60s who passed away on Sunday, Mar. 21.

So far, 42,149 people have recovered, and our hospitalization rate is at five percent.

According to the city, a total of 36,897 people have been vaccinated which is roughly 18.74 percent.

The City of Laredo is reporting no new deaths associated with COVID-19, but there is an increase in active cases.

As of Friday, Mar. 19 the city has conducted 313,188 tests and out of that amount, 43,022 have come back positive, 113 are currently active, and 25 are hospitalized.

This is an increase of 7 new cases since Thursday.

Currently, 811 people have died due to the virus.

So far 42,098 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is at 3.83%.

The City of Laredo is reporting no new deaths associated with COVID-19.

As of Thursday, Mar. 18 the city has conducted 312,658 tests, 43,009 have come back positive, 106 are currently active, and 19 are hospitalized.

Our hospitalization rate is at 5.36%.

The City of Laredo is reporting no new deaths associated with COVID-19, but there is an up-tick in active cases.

As of Wednesday, Mar. 17 the city has conducted 312,166 tests and out of that amount, 43,003 have come back positive, 99 are currently active, and 20 are hospitalized.

This is an increase of 14 new cases since Tuesday.

Currently, 811 people have died due to the virus.

So far 42,093 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is at 5.22%.

City and county officials are reporting new coronavirus deaths.

As of Tuesday, Mar. 16, the city has conducted 311,549 tests and out of that amount, 42,980 have come back positive, 85 are currently active, and 26 are hospitalized.

According to the city, seven new deaths were reported, increasing our death toll to 811.

So far 42,084 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is at 4.46%.

City and county officials have announced a few new coronavirus cases.

As of Monday, Mar. 15, the city has conducted 310,180 tests and out of that amount, 42,932 have come back positive, 84 are currently active, and 21 are hospitalized.

According to the city, two new deaths were reported, increasing our death toll to 804.

So far 42,017 people have recovered from the virus.

City and county officials are reporting another day without a reported coronavirus-related death.

As of Friday, Mar. 12, the city has conducted 309,519 tests and out of that amount, 42,924 have come back positive, 119 of which are active, 29 are hospitalized, and 11 are in the ICU.

So far our death toll remains at 802, a total of 42,06 people have recovered, and our hospitalization rate is at 5.32 percent.

City and county officials have announced a few new coronavirus cases.

As of Mar. 11, the city has conducted 309,049 tests and out of that amount, 42,916 have come back positive, 133 are currently active, and 30 are hospitalized.

According to the city, no new deaths were reported leaving our death toll at 802.

So far 41,981 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is at 5.56%.

City and county officials have reported several coronavirus cases as well as an additional death.

As of Mar. 10, the city has conducted 308,304 tests and out of that amount 42,913 have come back positive, 156 of which are active, 29 are hospitalized and 11 are in the ICU.

According to the city, another resident lost their battle to the coronavirus, putting our death toll at 802.

Officials say the victim was a man in his 50s who passed away on Wednesday, Mar. 10.

So far 41,955 people have recovered, and our hospitalization rate is at 6.34 percent.

Although the governor has ended the statewide mask mandate, city officials urge residents to continue to use a mask until our entire population is vaccinated.

City and county officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases as well as several deaths.

As of Mar. 8, the city has conducted, 307,239 tests and out of that amount, 42,866 have come back positive, 145 of which are active, 29 are hospitalized and 13 are in the ICU.

According to the city five new deaths were reported, some of which were backlogged cases.

The 796th death was a man in his 60s who passed away on Sunday, Mar. 7.

The 797th death was a man in his mid-60s who passed away on Friday, Feb. 12.

The 798th death was a woman in her mid-70s who passed away on Feb. 16.

The 799th death was a man in his early 50s who passed away on Sunday, Feb. 14, and the 800th death was a man in his mid-70s who passed away on Feb. 8.

So far, 41,921 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is 6.58 percent.

City and county officials are reporting several new coronavirus cases in our area.

As of Mar. 5, the city has conducted 305,878 tests and out of that amount, 42,823 have come back positive, 193 of which are active, 34 people are hospitalized, and 14 people are in the ICU.

Two new deaths are reported putting the death toll at 790.

Our hospitalization rate is currently at 6.35%.

City and county officials are reporting several new coronavirus cases in our area.

As of Mar. 3, the city has conducted, 304,581 tests and out of that amount, 42,768 have come back positive, 222 of which are active, 35 are hospitalized and 17 are in the ICU.

According to the city no new deaths were reported, and our death toll remains at 788.

So far 41,758 people have recovered from the coronavirus and our hospitalization rate is at 7.66 percent.

City and county officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases as well as several deaths.

As of Mar. 2, the city has conducted, 303,958 tests and out of that amount 42,757 have come back positive, 262 of which are active, 39 are hospitalized and 22 are in the ICU.

According to the city, eight residents have lost their battle to the coronavirus, putting our death toll at 788.

The 781st death was a man in his mid-50s who passed away on Feb. 28.

The 782nd death was a man in his mid-80s who passed away on Dec. 21.

The 783rd death was a woman in her mid-90s who passed away on Dec. 19.

The 784th death was a man in his early 90s who passed away on Feb. 6.

The 785th death was a man in his late 80s who passed away on Jan. 14.

The 786th death was a woman in her early 80s who passed away on Feb. 15.

The 787th death was a man in his early 70s who passed away on Jan .22 and the 788th death was a man in his late 60s who passed away on Monday, Feb. 8.

So far, 41,707 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is at 7.83 percent.

For the fifth straight day, the City of Laredo reported no new deaths related to the coronavirus.

As of Mar. 1, the city has conducted a total of 303, 543 tests and out of that amount, 42,741 have come back positive, 285 are active, 38 are hospitalized and 20 are in the ICU.

So far, 41,676 residents have recovered form the virus, and our hospitalization rate is at 8.22 percent.

The death toll remains at 780.

Our area is starting to see a downward trend when it comes to coronavirus cases.

As of Feb. 26, the city has conducted 301,496 tests and out of that amount, 42,682 have come back positive, 255 of which are active, and 64 are hospitalized.

Fortunately, no new deaths have been reported that number remains at 780.

So far, 41,647 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization is at 14.48%.

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

As of Feb. 25, the city has conducted, 300,692 tests and out of that amount 42,612 have come back positive, 186 of which are active, 64 are hospitalized, and 26 are in the ICU.

Fortunately, no new deaths have been reported, that number remains at 780.

So far 41,646 people have recovered, and our hospitalization rate is at 14.48 percent.

Keep in mind, if we are below the 15 percent mark for seven consecutive days, officials could loosen some of the COVID-19 restrictions when it comes to opening bars and other businesses.

City and county officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases as well as a couple of deaths.

As of Wednesday, Feb. 24, the city has conducted 300,041 tests and out of that amount, 42,606 have come back positive, 185 of which are active, 73 are hospitalized and 31 are in the ICU.

According to the city, two more residents have lost their battle to the coronavirus putting our death toll at 780.

The 779th death was a woman in her 90s who passed way on Feb. 1 and the 780th death was a woman in her 90s who passed away on Feb. 22.

So far 41,641 residents have recovered and our hospitalization rate is at 15.51 percent.

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

As of Feb. 22, the city has conducted 298,193 tests and out of that amount, 42,498 have come back positive, 124 of which are active, 84 are hospitalized and 36 are in the ICU.

According to the city, three residents have lost their battle to the coronavirus, putting our death toll at 774.

The 772nd death was a man in his 80s, the 773rd death was a woman in her 80s and the 774th death was a man in his early 70s. All three individuals passed away on Sunday, Feb. 21.

So far, 41,600 people have recovered and our hospitalization rate is at 17.28 percent.

According to the Laredo Health Department Director Richard Chamberlain due to our decrease in cases, the city’s threat level has been brought down from level four to level three.

Although we are starting to see fewer cases, officials urge residents to not let down their guard; they are also expecting cases to rise as a result of the arctic blast that we saw.

City and county have announced another series of coronavirus cases as well as a few deaths.

As of Friday, Feb. 19, the city has conducted a total of 295,300 tests and out of that amount, 42,483 have come back positive, 332 of which are active, 79 are hospitalized and 30 are in the ICU.

According to the city, three additional residents have lost their battle to the virus putting our death toll at 768.

The 766th death was a man in his late 40s who passed away on Feb. 17, the 767th and the 768th death were reported on Feb.18, the 767th was a man in his early 50s and the other was a man in his mid-80s.

So far 41,383 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is at 20 percent.

City and county officials have announced another series of coronavirus cases as well as a few deaths.

As of Thursday, Feb. 18, the city has conducted, 295,096 tests and out of that amount, 42,470 have come back positive, 428 are active, 97 are hospitalized and 47 are in the ICU.

According to the city, three residents lost their battle to the coronavirus, putting our death toll at 765.

The 763rd death was a man in his early 80s who passed away on Monday, Feb. 15, the 764th death was a woman in her late 50s who passed away on Feb. 17 and the 765th death was a man in his early 60s who passed away on Thursday, Feb. 18.

So far 41,277 people have recovered and our hospitalization rate is at 30.43 percent.

City and county officials have announced another series of coronavirus cases as well as 26 deaths.

As of Feb. 17, the city has conducted 294,758 tests, 42,456 have resulted positive, 500 of which are active.

Currently, 41,194 people have recovered, 105 are currently hospitalized, 50 of which are in the ICU.

The 26 deaths being reported occurred between December, January, and February.

Our hospitalization rate is at 32.93% and 762 people have died.

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

As of Feb. 16, the city has conducted 294,580 tests and out of that amount, 42,419 have come back positive, 562 of which are active, 104 are hospitalized and 50 are in the ICU.

According to the city another resident lost their battle to the coronavirus putting our death toll at 736.

So far 41,121 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is 24.43 percent.

City and county officials have announced another series of coronavirus cases as well as a couple of deaths in our area.

As of Monday, Feb. 15, officials have reported that two more individuals are being added to the overall COVID death toll for Laredo and Webb County.

The two passed at Laredo Medical Center and both on Sunday, Feb. 14.

The first death was male in his mid 60′s and the other was female in her mid 50′s. This brings the death toll to 735.

Meanwhile, 659 people are actively fighting the virus with 108 in the hospital, of which 54 are in critical condition in the ICU.

That brings our hospitalization rate to 23.48%.

City and county officials have announced another series of coronavirus cases as well as a slew of deaths.

As of Sunday, Feb. 14, the city has conducted, 294,171 tests and out of that amount, 42,327 are positive, 725 are active, 108 are hospitalized and 52 are in the ICU.

The city confirmed 14 deaths on Saturday due to COVID-19; however, several of the reported deaths were from backlogged cases.

On Sunday, the city reported two additional deaths putting our total at 733.

So far 40,869 people have recovered and our hospitalization rate is at 25 percent.

Although the city is continuing its vaccination efforts, officials are reminding residents that we are now out of the woods just yet.

We still need to wear a mask and practice social distancing at all times.

City and county officials have announced another series of coronavirus cases as well as a couple of deaths in our area.

As of Feb. 12, the city has conducted, 292,719 tests and out of that amount 42,257 have come back positive, 855 of which are active, 123 are hospitalized and 56 are in the ICU.

According to the city, two people lost their battle to the virus, putting our death toll at 717.

The 716th death was a man in his 50s who passed away on Wednesday, Feb. 10 and the 717th death was a woman in her early 60s who passed away on Thursday, Feb 11.

So far 40,685 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is at 26.99 percent.

City and county officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases as well as several deaths.

As of Feb. 11, the city has conducted 291,659 tests and out of that amount, 42,102 have come back positive, 872 of which are active, 133 are hospitalized and 59 patients are in the ICU.

The city did confirm that 22 people have lost their battle to the coronavirus putting our death toll at 715.

So far 40,515 people recovered and our hospitalization rate is at 29 percent.

City and county officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases as well as several new deaths.

As of Feb. 10, the city has conducted 290,218 tests and out of that amount, 42,018 have come back positive, 900 of which are active, 149 are hospitalized and 66 are in the ICU.

According to the city, five people have lost their lives due to COVID-19 putting our death toll at 693.

The 689th death was a man in his early 70s who passed away on Sunday, Feb. 7.

The 690th death was a man in his late 60s who passed away on Tuesday, Feb. 9.

The 691st death was a woman in her early 70s who passed away on Tuesday. Feb. 9.

The 692nd death was a woman in her 80s who passed away on Feb. 10 and the 693rd death was a man in his mid-50s who passed away on Wednesday, Feb. 10.

So far 40,425 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is at 34.85 percent.

City and county officials have announced another series of coronavirus cases as well as deaths in our area.

As of Feb. 9, the city has conducted 288,272 tests and out of that amount 41,703 have come back positive, 734 are active, 152 are hospitalized and 66 are in the ICU.

According to the city, another resident lost their battle to the coronavirus, putting our death toll at 688.

So far 40,281 people have recovered, and our hospitalization rate is at 34.95 percent.

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

As of Feb. 7, the city has conducted a total of 285,278 tests and out of that amount 41,421 people have come back positive, 829 of which are active, 173 are hospitalized and 78 are in the ICU.

Fortunately, no new deaths were reported over the weekend, that number remains at 682.

So far, 39,910 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is 35.5 percent.

City and county officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases as well as several new deaths.

As of Friday, Feb. 5, the city has conducted 282,577 tests and out of that amount, 41,210 have come back positive, 1,136 of which are active, 176 are hospitalized and 70 are in the ICU.

According to the city, seven residents have lost their battle to the coronavirus, which puts our death toll at 682.

The 676th death was a woman in her late 70s who passed away on Thursday, Feb. 4.

The 677th death was a woman in her late 70s who passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 27.

The 678th death was a man in his mid-70s who passed away on Thursday, Jan. 28.

The 679th death was a woman in her mid-80s who passed away on Thursday as well.

The 680th death was a man in his mid-60s who passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 27.

The 681th death was a man in his mid-70s who passed away on Wednesday as well and the 682nd death was a man in his late 80s who passed away on Saturday, Jan 23.

City and county officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases as well as a slew of deaths.

As of Thursday, Feb. 4, the city has conducted 280,801 tests and out of that amount 40,980 have come back positive, 1,289 of which are active, 177 are hospitalized and 70 are in the ICU.

Officials did confirm that another 18 residents have lost their battle to the virus in the past week putting our death toll at 675.

The 658th death was a man in his 20s who passed away on Tuesday, Feb. 2.

The 659th death was a woman in her late 70s who passed away on Feb. 2 as well.

The 660th death was a woman in her early 70s who passed away on Wednesday, Feb. 3.

The 661st death was a man in his mid-60s who passed away on Saturday, Jan. 30

The 662nd death was a man in his early 60s who passed away on Jan 29.

The 663rd death was a man in his mid-60s who passed away on Friday, Jan 29.

The 664th death was a man in his early 60s who passed away on Jan. 29 as well.

The 665th death was a man in his late 80s who also passed away on Jan. 29.

The 666th death was a man in his mid-80s who passed away on Jan. 30.

The 667th death was a man in his mid-60s who passed away on Jan. 30 as well.

The 668th death was a man in his mid-70s who passed away on Jan. 31.

The 669th death was a woman in her late 90s who passed away on Feb. 4.

The 670th death was a man in his early-60s who passed away on Sunday, Jan. 31.

The 671st death was a woman in her early 80s who passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 27.

The 672nd death was a man in his mid-70s who passed away on Feb. 3.

The 673rd death was a man in his late 80s who passed away on Thursday, Feb. 4.

The 674th death was a man in his early 60s who passed away on Wednesday, Feb. 3 and the 675th death was a man in his mid-60s who passed away on Monday, Dec. 28.

So far 39,016 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is at 38.78 percent.

City and county officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases as well as several new deaths.

As of Feb. 3, the city has tested 278,644 people, 40,818 of which have resulted positive, 1,439 of which are active, 179 are hospitalized and 71 are in the ICU.

According to the city, seven residents have lost their battle to the coronavirus, putting our death toll at 657.

The 651st death was a man in his 50s who passed away on Monday, Feb. 1.

The 652nd death was a man in his early 60s who passed away on Wednesday, Jan 27.

The 653rd death was a woman in her mid-40s who passed away on Friday, Jan. 29.

The 654th death was a woman in her late 80s who passed away on Friday, Jan 29.

The 655th death was a man in his mid-20s who passed away on Saturday, Jan 30.

The 656th death was a woman in her mid-90s who passed away on Monday, Feb. 1, and the 657th death was a woman in her early 80s who passed away on Friday, Dec. 11.

So far 38,485 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is at 41.5 percent.

The Laredo Health Authority says, “The additional deaths of atypical populations and people dying at their homes always raises concerns among the medical community, and further emphasizes the need to preserve our hospital capacity, and avoid surges within our community.”

Local officials have announced another series of coronavirus cases as well as a slew of deaths that were unreported.

As of Feb. 2, the city has conducted 276,348 tests and out of that amount 40,548 cases have come back positive, 1,413 of which are active, 203 are hospitalized and 68 are in the ICU.

The city did report 18 deaths that have occurred in the past couple of months which puts our death toll at 650.

The 633rd death of a Webb County resident was a female in her mid-70′s. She died Saturday, January 30, 2021.

The 634th death of a Webb County resident was a male in his mid-40′s. He died Friday, December 18, 2020.

The 635th death of a Webb County resident was a male in his late-70′s. He died Sunday, December 20, 2020.

The 636th death of a Webb County resident was a female in her early-90′s. She died Saturday, December 31, 2020.

The 637th death of a Webb County resident was a male in his early-70′s. He died Tuesday, December 29, 2020.

The 638th death of a Webb County resident was a male in his mid-80′s. He died Saturday, December 31, 2020.

The 639th death of a Webb County resident was a female in her early-70′s. She died Wednesday, January 13, 2021.

The 640th death of a Webb County resident was a male in his early-80′s. He died Thursday, January 14, 2021.

The 641st death of a Webb County resident was a male in his late-50′s. He died Monday, January 18, 2021.

The 642nd death of a Webb County resident was a male in his late-50′s. He died Wednesday, January 20, 2021.

The 643rd death of a Webb County resident was a male in his mid-60′s. He died Monday, January 18, 2021.

The 644th death of a Webb County resident was a male in his late-80′s. He died Friday, January 15, 2021.

The 645th death of a Webb County resident was a female in her early-70′s. She died Friday, January 08, 2021.

The 646th death of a Webb County resident was a male in his mid-70′s. He died Monday, January 18, 2021.

The 647th death of a Webb County resident was a female in her late-60′s. She died Friday, January 08, 2021.

The 648th death of a Webb County resident was a male in his mid-90′s. He died Wednesday, January 13, 2021.

The 649th death of a Webb County resident was a female in her mid-70′s. She died Tuesday, January 26, 2021.

The 650th death of a Webb County resident was a female in her late-70′s. She died Monday, February 01, 2021.

According to the health authority, during hospitalization surges, the amount of patient care becomes so overwhelming, that there is no timely way to keep up with the reporting of so many deaths.

Dr. Trevino says, “The attending physician is the one that has to submit the death certificate along with the associated diagnosis(s). This is done after reviewing the entire patient file to make the determination if Covid-19 was the cause of death. Specifically, deaths at home require more time to report because an autopsy is sometimes required.”

Officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases in our area.

As of Feb. 1, the city has conducted 274,177 tests and out of that amount 40,162 have come back positive, 1,420 of which are active, 212 are hospitalized, and 70 are in the ICU.

Fortunately, no new deaths were reported, that number remains at 632.

So far 38,110 people have recovered, and our hospitalization rate is 42.94 percent.

City officials say although we are starting to see a slight relief in hospitalizations, we shouldn’t let our guard down.

In order to prevent the spread, keep wearing a facemask and avoid from gathering with others.

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

As of now, the city has conducted 271,904 tests and out of that amount, 40,107 have come back positive, 1,690 of which are active, 224 are hospitalized and 75 are in the ICU.

According to the city, four people have lost their battle to the coronavirus.

The 629th death was a woman in her 70s who passed away on Thursday, Jan. 28.

The 630th death was a man in his late 80s who passed away on Friday, Jan. 29.

The 631st death was a man in his mid-60s who passed away on Friday as well and the 632nd death was a woman in her early 70s who passed away on Saturday, Jan 30.

So far 37,785 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is at 42.94%.

The city is advising the community to prevent the spread by wearing an extra facemask.

City and county officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases as well as a slew of deaths in our community.

As of Jan. 29, the city has conducted 267,918 tests and out of that amount, 39,992 have come back positive, 2,314 of which are active, 227 are hospitalized and 74 are in the ICU.

According to the city, five people have lost their battle to the coronavirus, putting our death toll at 628.

The 624th death was a man in his mid-70s who passed away on Wednesday, Jan 27.

The 625th death was a woman in her mid-70s who passed away on the same day.

The 626th death was a woman in her mid-70s who passed away on Thursday, Jan. 28.

The 627th death was a woman in her mid-70s who passed away on Thursday and the 628th death was a man in his early 80s who passed away on Thursday as well.

So far 37,050 residents have recovered form the virus and our hospitalization rate is at 42 percent.

During a recent media briefing, Dr. Treviño said January is now the deadliest month in Laredo since the start of the pandemic.

City and county officials have announced another series of coronavirus cases as well as deaths in our area.

As of Jan. 28, the city has conducted, 265,745 tests and out of that amount 39,685 have come back positive, with 2,449 currently active, 233 are hospitalized and 77 are in the ICU.

According to the city, half a dozen residents have lost their battle to the coronavirus.

The 618th death was a man in his 60s.

The 619th death was a woman in her early 70s.

The 620th death was a man in his early 80s.

The 621st death was a man in his mid-70s.

The 622nd death was a woman in her early 60s and the 623rd death was a woman in her early 60s as well.

All of the individuals passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 27.

So far 36,613 people have recovered, and our hospitalization rate is at 39.38 percent.

City and county officials have reported another series of coronavirus cases in our area as well as a slew of deaths.

As of Jan. 27, the city has conducted 263,148 tests, 39,337 of which have come back positive, 2,275 are currently active, 239 are hospitalized and 79 are in the ICU.

According to the city, eight residents have lost their battle to COVID-19 putting our death toll at 617.

The 610th death was a man in his mid-60s who passed away on Monday, Jan. 25.

The 611th death was a woman in her 80s who passed away on Tuesday, Jan. 26.

The 612th death was a man in his mid-60s who passed away on the same day.

The 613th death was a man in his late 50s who passed away on Tuesday as well.

The 614th death was a woman in her late-40s who passed away on the same day.

The 615th death was a woman in her mid-60s who passed away on Tuesday, Jan 26.

The 616th death was a man in his mid-40s who passed away on Tuesday as well and the 617th death was a woman in her early 80s who passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 27.

So far 36,445 have recovered and our hospitalization rate is at 44.17 percent.

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

As of Tuesday, Jan. 27, the city has conducted 260,651 tests and out of that amount 38,923 have come back positive, 1,299 are active, 217 are hospitalized and 83 are in the ICU.

According to the city, a total of 609 residents have lost their battle to COVID-19.

So far, 36,209 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is at 44.17 percent.

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

As of Jan. 25, the city reports that 257,662 people have been tested, 38,452 are confirmed positive cases, 35,852 are estimated recovered, and 609 people have died.

Currently, 245 people are currently hospitalized, 77 are in the ICU, and the hospitalization rate is 45.83%.

The 603rd death was a male in his early-50′s. He died Sunday, January 24.

The 604th death was a female in her early-80′s. She died Sunday, January 24.

The 605th death was a female in her early-50′s. She died Sunday, January 24.

The 606th death was a female in her early-50′s. She died Monday, January 25.

The 607th death was a female in her late-60′s. She died Monday, January 25.

The 608th death was a female in her late-90′s. She died Sunday, January 24.

The 609th death was a female in her early-70′s. She died Sunday, January 24.

City and county officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases as well as a slew of deaths.

As of Sunday, Jan. 24, the city has conducted, 254,314 tests and out of that amount, 38,204 have come back positive, 2,127 of which are active, 246 are hospitalized and 76 people are in the ICU.

According to the city, ten additional residents have lost their battle to the coronavirus, putting our death toll at 602.

The 593rd death was a woman in her late 80s who passed away on Sunday, Jan 10.

The 594th death was a woman in her late 70s who passed away on Friday, Jan. 22

The 595th death was a man in his early 70s who passed away on Jan. 23.

The 596th death was a man in his early 60s who passed away on Jan. 23.

The 597th death was a man in his early 60s who passed away on Friday, Jan 22.

The 598th death was a man in his mid-50s who passed away on Jan. 23.

The 599th death was a man in his early 80s who passed away on Jan. 23

The 600th death was a man in his early 60s who passed away on Jan. 23

The 601 death was a man in his early 60s who passed away on Jan. 23 and the 602nd death was a man in his early 80s who passed away on Friday, Jan. 22nd.

So far 35,475 people have recovered and the hospitalization rate is 46.0%.

City and county officials are reporting another series of coronavirus cases as well as nearly a dozen deaths.

As of Friday, Jan 22, the city has conducted 247,573 tests and out of that amount, 37,761 have come back positive, 2,726 of which are active, 247 are hospitalized and 79 are in the ICU.

According to the city, 11 residents lost their battle to the coronavirus putting our death toll at 592.

The city continues to urge residents to prevent the spread of the virus by staying home and practicing all of the safety measures.

The city has conducted over 17,000 vaccinations and is working on creating a mass vaccination clinic by possibly next week.

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

As of Thursday, Jan. 21, the city has conducted 245,116 tests and out of that amount, 37,154 have come back positive, 2,518 of which are active, 240 are hospitalized and 81 are in the ICU.

According to the city, a dozen additional residents have lost their battle to the coronavirus putting our death toll at 581.

So far 34,055 have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is at 48.09%.

The 570th death was a male in his early-90′s. He died Thursday, January 20.

The 571st death was a female in her mid-40′s. She died Thursday, January 20.

The 572nd death was a male in his mid-60′s. He died Wednesday, December 30.

The 573rd death was a female in her early-60′s. She died Monday, December 28.

The 574th death was a male in his mid-60′s. He died Saturday, December 26.

The 575th death was a female in her mid-80′s. She died Saturday, December 26.

The 576th death was a male in his mid-50′s. He died Tuesday, December 22.

The 577th death was a male in his mid-80′s. He died Wednesday, December 23.

The 578th death was a female in her mid-80′s. She died Tuesday, December 29.

The 579th death was a female in her early-60′s. She died Thursday, January 7.

The 580th death was a female in her mid-80′s. She died Saturday, December 19.

The 581st death was a male in his mid-40′s. He died Sunday, January 17.

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

As of Wednesday, Jan. 20, the city has conducted 242,542 tests and out of that amount 36,590 have come back positive, 2,342 are active, 245 are hospitalized and 83 are in the ICU.

No new deaths were reported that number remains at 569.

So far 33,679 people have recovered, and our hospitalization rate is at 46.5 percent.

Local officials are urging residents to prevent the spread by staying home and only congregating with those in their immediate household.

City and county officials have announced another series of coronavirus as well as a slew of deaths.

As of Jan. 19, the city has conducted 239,177 tests and out of that amount, 35,568 have come back positive, 1,740 of which are active, 249 are currently hospitalized and 81 are in the ICU.

City officials did confirm that four residents lost their battle to the coronavirus, putting our death toll at 569.

The 566th death was a man in his late 60s who passed away on Friday, Jan 15.

The 567th death was a woman in her early 80s who passed away on Sunday, Jan 17.

The 568th death was a woman in her late 80s who passed away on Tuesday, Jan 19th and the 569th death was a man in his 40s who passed away on Monday, Jan 18.

So far 33,259 people have recovered and our current hospitalization rate is at 48.44 percent.

City and county officials have announced another slew of coronavirus cases in our area.

As of Jan. 18, the city has conducted 235,218 tests and out of that amount, 34,690 cases are positive, 1,194 of which are active, 237 are currently hospitalized and 82 are in the ICU.

Two residents lost their battle to the coronavirus putting our death toll at 565.

So far 32,931 people have recovered, and our hospitalization rate is at 48.77 percent.

Officials are urging residents to stay home to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

Local officials have announced another series of coronavirus as well as a couple of deaths.

As of now, the city has conducted 233,396 tests and out of that amount, 34,499 have come back positive, 1,731 are active, 249 are hospitalized and 81 patients are in the ICU.

According to the city, two more residents lost their battle over the weekend putting our death toll at 563

The 562 death was a man in his mid-70s who passed away on Saturday, Jan 16. And the 563 death was a man in his early 70s who passed away on Jan. 15.

So far 32,205 people have recovered and our hospitalization rate is at 45.90 percent.

Over the weekend, the city sent out another advisory urging residents to stay home due to the increase in hospitalizations.

The City of Laredo and Webb County are reporting ten new deaths related to COVID-19.

The 552nd death was a male in his mid 50′s who died Monday, January 11.

The 553rd death was a female in her early 30′s who died Tuesday, January 12.

The 554th death was a female in her early 70′s who died Thursday, January 14.

The 555th death was a female in her early 90′s who died Thursday, January 14.

The 556th death was a male in his mid 60′s. He died Thursday, January 14.

The 557th death was a female in her early 30′s who died Wednesday, January 13.

The 558th death was a male in his mid 70′s who died Friday, January 1.

The 559th death was a male in his mid 50′s who died Sunday, January 10.

The 560th death was a female in her mid 90′s who died Friday, January 15.

The 561st death was a male in his mid 80′s who died Friday, January 15.

As of Jan. 15 officials have tested 228,531 people, of those 33,938 have resulted positive, and 2,478 are reported active.

Currently, 30,899 people have estimated recovered, 235 are currently hospitalized, of those 78 are in the ICU.

The hospitalization rate is at 44.91% and the death toll is at 561.

City and county officials have announced another series of coronavirus cases as well as eight additional deaths in our area.

As of Jan. 14, officials have tested 224,763 people and out of that amount 33,618 have come back positive, 2,708 of which are active, 242 are hospitalized and 76 are in the ICU.

According to the city, eight residents have lost their battle to COVID-19 putting our death toll at 551.

The 544th death was a man in his 80s who passed away on Wednesday, Dec. 23.

The 545th death was a woman in her 80s who passed away on Tuesday, Dec. 22.

The 546th death was a man in his late 60s who passed away on Wednesday Jan. 13.

The 547th death was a woman in her mid-70s who passed away on Wednesday, Jan 13.

The 548th death was a woman in her late-80s who passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 13.

The 549th death was a woman in her mid-80s who passed away on Wednesday, Jan 13.

The 550th death was a woman in her early 70s who passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 13 and the 551st death was a woman in her mid-70s who passed away on the same day.

So far 30,359 people have recovered and our hospitalization rate is at 46.79 percent.

City and county officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases in our area as well as multiple additional deaths.

As of Jan. 13, the city has tested 219,166 people and out of that amount 32,658 have come back positive, 2,843 of which are active, 237 are hospitalized and 77 are in the ICU.

According to the city, three residents have lost their battle to COVID-19 putting our death toll at 543.

The 541st death was a man in his mid-40s who passed away on Jan. 12, the 542nd death was a man in his early 80s who passed away on the same day and the 543rd death was a woman in her mid-80s who passed away on Jan. 13.

So far 29,272 people have recovered, and our hospitalization rate is at 45.20 percent.

According to our local health authority, our hospitals cannot support this rising trend of hospitalizations and are going down the same path as El Paso.

City and county officials have confirmed another series of coronavirus cases as well as a slew of deaths.

As of Jan. 12, the city has tested 215,866 people and out of that amount, 30,592 people have come back positive, 1,922 of which are active, 231 are hospitalized and 79 are in the ICU.

According to the city, seven people lost their battle to the coronavirus, putting our death toll at 540.

The 534th death was a woman in her early 60s who passed away on Jan. 4.

The 535th death was a man in his late 40s who passed away on Sunday, Jan. 3.

The 536th death is a woman in her late 70s who passed away on Jan. 5.

The 537th death was a man in his early 70s who passed away on Monday, Jan. 4.

The 538th death was a man in his late 60s who passed away on Wednesday, Dec. 23.

The 539th death was a woman in her mid-60s who passed away on Monday, Jan 11 and the 540th death was a man in his mid-50s who passed away on Tuesday, Jan 12.

So far 28,130 people have recovered from the coronavirus and our hospitalization rate is at 46.14 percent.

City and county officials have announced another series of coronavirus cases as well as multiple deaths in our area.

As of Monday, Jan. 11, the city has tested 213,426 people and out of that amount, 30,015 have come back positive, 1,474 are active, 219 are hospitalized and 72 are in the ICU.

According to the city, five people lost their battle to the coronavirus putting our death toll at 533.

The 529th death was a man in his late 50s who passed away on Jan. 9.

The 530th was a man in his mid-70s who passed away on Sunday, Jan. 10.

The 531st death was a man in his mid-60s who passed away on Monday, Jan 11.

The 532nd death was a man in his early 60s who passed away on Monday, Jan 11 and the 533rd death was a man in his early 80s who passed away on Saturday, Jan. 9.

So far 28,008 people have recovered and our hospitalization rate is now at 44.47%.

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

As of Jan. 11, the city has tested 210,220 people and out of that amount 29,601 have come back positive, 1,224 of which are active, 224 are hospitalized and 68 are in the ICU.

According to the city, two residents lost their battle to the coronavirus over the weekend.

The 527th resident was a woman in her mid-90s who passed away on Jan. 1 and the 528 patient was a woman in her mid-20s who passed away on Friday, Jan 8.

S far 27,849 people have recovered from the virus and the hospitalization rate is at 44.53 percent.

City and county officials have announced another series of coronavirus cases as well as an additional death in our area.

As of Jan. 8, 2021, the city has conducted, 205,205 tests and out of that amount, 28,721 have come back positive, 1,247 of which are active, 228 are hospitalized and 64 are in the ICU.

According to the city, another resident lost their battle to the coronavirus which brings our death toll to 526.

The resident was a man in his mid-60s who passed away on Thursday, Jan. 7.

So far, 26,948 people have recovered from the virus and our hospitalization rate is at 28.99 percent.

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

As of Jan. 6, the city has conducted 198,704 tests and out of that amount, 27,686 have come back positive, 769 of which are active, 193 are hospitalized and 55 are in the ICU.

According to the city, seven people have lost their battle to the coronavirus, putting our death toll at 523.

The 517th death was a man in his mid-60s who passed away on Sunday, Jan3. The 518th death was a woman in her mid-90s who passed away on Jan 4.

The 519th death was a woman in her early 70s who passed away on Jan 5.

The 520th death was a woman in her early 80s who also passed away on Jan 5.

The 521st death was a woman in her late 70s who passed away on Saturday, Jan. 2.

The 522nd death was a woman in her early 80s who passed away on Tuesday and the 523rd death was a man in his late 70s who passed away on Tuesday as well.

So far 26,394 people have recovered, and our hospitalization rate is 41.25%.

According to the Laredo Health Authority, the Hospitals are critically stressed and are operating in overflow status with 21 in holding in our local ERs.

They say they are seeing a surge from the Christmas holidays.

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