Update: Laredo reports 83 positive cases of COVID-19, five deaths
Since this morning, the City of Laredo has confirmed ten more cases of COVID-19 bringing the total number of positive cases up to 83.
As of April 3rd, at 5 p.m. the total number of people tested are 404, 218 tests have come back negative, and 103 are still pending.
Currently 12 patients are hospitalized, 7 have recovered, and 5 are deceased.
The City of Laredo and Webb County have confirmed eight new positive cases of COVID-19 in our area.
As of 12 p.m. Friday, April 3rd, a total of 385 people have been tested; out of that amount, 206 of those have came back negative. Seventy-three patients have tested positive, seven have recovered and 106 are still pending.
The City of Laredo Health Department reminds the public that it is conducting 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.
However, if someone is sick they need to stay home. In households with a positive person, there should only be one dedicated caregiver.
As of April 2nd, the City of Laredo has confirmed 65 cases of COVID-19 and a fifth death.
The City has confirmed one more case of COVID-19, bringing the total number of local cases up to 64.
As of April 2nd, at 5 p.m., 376 patients have been tested, seven recoveries have been made, and four deaths recorded.
There are currently 12 patients in the hospital.
Community transmission and close contact to a positive person continues to be the cause of the COVID-19 spread.
However, 14 of the positive cases are under investigation.
More than 50 percent of the positives continues to be women, and the age group with the highest number of positives is still between 40-49.
The City of Laredo and Webb County officials have released an update regarding the amount of COVID-19 cases seen in our area.
As of April 2nd, 2020, the city confirms it has a total of 63 positive cases, seven recoveries, and four deaths.
The fourth victim is described as a 43-year-old man who had underlying health conditions.
So far the City has submitted 350 tests.
The City of Laredo has released an evening update confirming that it has seen a total of 57 positive cases of COVID-19.
As of April 1st at 5:00 p.m. a total of 334 tests have been submitted, five have recovered, and three deaths have been reported.
Of the positives 12 are currently getting treated at the hospital and three have been discharged.
The City of Laredo has confirmed a series of new cases that have tested positive for COVID-19 and another death.
As of April first, city and county officials have confirmed a total of 52 positive cases of the novel coronavirus and three deaths.
The third death has been identified as an 80-year-old woman who had underlying health conditions.
So far a total of 336 tests have been submitted, six have recovered and three deaths have been reported.
The city is still waiting on pending test results.
KGNS News will continue to bring the latest details on the coronavirus.
The City of Laredo released an update confirming 37 positive cases of COVID-19.
As of March 30th, at 5:00 p.m. it was confirmed that 267 people have been tested, 103 are pending results, 127 of those tests are negative, 5 people have recovered, and one death is recorded.
The City of Laredo has updated its list of positive COVID-19 cases in our area.
The City of Laredo has confirmed a couple of more cases of COVID-19.
According to the city’s Facebook page, 35 people have tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
The city has submitted at total of 252 tests, of those tests, 110 came back negative, five have recovered, one has died and the rest are pending.
The city is continuing to urge the community to obey all of the city’s ordinances such as social distancing, good hygiene and no gatherings of more than 10 people.
To view the full statistics of COVID-19 cases in the City of Laredo, click here.
As of Sunday, March 29th, the city has confirmed a total of 35 positive cases of the Novel Coronavirus.
So far, the city has submitted 215 tests, out of that total amount, 89 came back negative, three have recovered and the rest are pending.
During the city news brief, officials stated that 11 people were hospitalized, ten in Laredo and one in San Antonio; one of the patients is also currently in ICU.
Dr. Gonzalez says the patient is a person that is in their late 60s but is in stable condition.
The City of Laredo has released an update that as of March 27th, at 4:30 p.m. the total number of COVID-19 cases are up to 22.
Currently, a total of 190 persons have been tested, 69 of those tests have resulted negative, 99 are still pending results and 3 have recovered.
During an online press conference, the City of Laredo confirmed that two more cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed, bringing our total number of cases up to 19; of those cases 12 are women and seven are men.
As of 10:00 a.m. on March 27, a total of 189 persons have been tested, 69 of those tests have resulted negative, 19 have resulted positive and 3 have recovered.
According to reports, the 15th case was a local transmission.
Case 16 was from close contact.
Neither needed to be hospitalized.
The most recent case was from community transmission and needed to be hospitalized. They're currently stable.
As of now there have been 173 people who have been tested, 63 turned up negative, and 93 are still pending.
Three people have recovered from the illness.
More positive cases of COVID-19 have been announced by the City of Laredo bringing our total number of cases up to 16.
As of March 26, 2020 at 5:46 p.m. there are currently 173 tests submitted, 63 with negative results, and 94 tests still pending.
The amount of recovered cases is still at 3.
City health officials are advising the public that three of the positive cases reported are now considered recovered and will be added to a group categorized separately during the updates.
Health officials are sharing more details about the cases that had already come back positive.
As of now we have a total of 14 positive cases.
This comes out of 147 tests submitted, of those, 57 have come back negative and 76 cases are still pending results.
Out of the 14 positive cases, 3 have recovered.
According to reports., "Case 10 had been showing respiratory symptoms but did not need hospitalization.
That person is still under quarantine and was a case of community transmission without any traveling.
Doctor Hector Gonzalez says nine of the COVID-19 patients remain quarantined at home with three of them nearing the end of their terms.
One needed hospitalization but is said to be in stable condition.
According to a guideline change from the CDC and the Texas Department of Health Services.
These patients will no longer be required to undergo two tests to show they are COVID free.