WASHINGTON—After hundreds of video conference calls, phone conversations, and socially-distanced meetings with Texans over the past few months, U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) released the following information about the new COVID-19 relief bill – the Health, Economic Assistance, Liability P…

On July 29, 2020 there are 4 new active Covid-19 cases. Our Local Health Authorities were able to clear 14 of our previous cases from isolation. This brings our total positive cases for Comanche County to 227 with 46 of those cases currently active throughout Comanche County.

As of July 28, 2020 there are currently 56 active Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Comanche County based on information from the Comanche County Judge’s office. This time last week there were 119 active cases. The number of county residents cleared from COVID-19 after isolation is 165 and 2,4…

WASHINGTON—After hundreds of video conference calls, phone conversations, and socially-distanced meetings with Texans over the past few months, U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) released the following information about the new COVID-19 relief bill – the Health, Economic Assistance, Liability P…

As of July 28, 2020 there are currently 56 active Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Comanche County based on information from the Comanche County Judge’s office. This time last week there were 119 active cases. The number of county residents cleared from COVID-19 after isolation is 165 and 2,4…

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On July 23, 2020 5 new active Covid-19 cases have been added to our totals. Also, our hospitalizations increased by 2. Our Local Health Authorities were able to clear 11 of our previous cases from isolation. This brings our total positive cases for Comanche County to 199 with 82 of those cas…

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July 20, 2020 Comanche County, Texas, from the Comanche County Judge’s office, the county has a total of  119 active Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases as of July 20. There have been 187 residents that have tested positive since March 28, 2020 and 66 residents have been cleared after isolation. An…

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The following guidance related to UIL activities, based on the public health situation as we understand it today, applies to the 2020-2021 school year. This guidance is effective August 1, 2020. Changes to the public health situation may necessitate changes to this guidance.Given the varying…

On July 16, 2020 there have been 15 new active Covid-19 cases added to our totals. Our Local Health Authorities were able to clear 6 of our previous cases from isolation. This brings our total positive cases for Comanche County to 157 with 111 of those cases currently active throughout Coman…

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July 16, 2020 The Comanche County Sheriff's Office was notified that an employee has tested positive for COVID 19. The exposure to the employee was a result of contact outside of the agency. The employee has been in isolation and there was limited exposure to other employees and nonresidents…

On July 15, 2020 there have been 8 new positive Covid-19 cases added to our totals. Our hospitalizations increased by 1. Our Local Health Authorities were able to clear 2 of our previous cases from isolation. This brings our total positive cases for Comanche County to 142 with 102 of those c…

The latest totals from the office of the Comanche County judge show 128 positive COVID-19 cases in the county between March 28, 2020 and July 13, 2020. Also during that same stretch there are 91 active COVID-19 cases and 7 residents hospitalized with 35 out of the 128 cleared after isolation…

After numbers were posted yesterday evening, staff continued to work on updating totals from all the Comanche County testing entities and we are again releasing for you the most up-to-date numbers as of today, July 11, 2020. Since the last posting there have been 7 new active Covid-19 cases …

June 30, 2020, Comanche County Local Health Authorities report 8 new Covid-19 cases for Comanche County on June 30, 2020. This brings our total positive cases to 31, with 17 of those cases currently active and 1 hospitalized.

Total Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases since March 2020 in surrounding counties according to John Hopkins University and Medicine coronavirus map as of June 23, 2020 at 1:15 p.m. central time. Erath County 142 cases (around 100 new cases in a week), Brown County 73 cases (10 new cases in a week)…

Since March 28, 2020 there have been 17 positive cases of the COVID-19 virus in Comanche County. As of June 26, 12 county residents have been cleared of the virus after isolation and 1 resident has died. Currently there are only 4 active cases of the COVID-19 in Comanche County and out of th…

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According to Comanche County Judge, Stephanie L. Davis Comanche County is still waiting on 9 test results from the mandatory nursing home testing that occurred on May 31, 2020. Comanche County is not utilizing the same lab as other counties that were experiencing false positives. Our nursing…

Comanche County Medical Center (CCMC) begins its COVID-19 antibody testing service this week. The test is a blood test which measures the presence of antibodies (proteins produced in the body by our white blood cells to fight infection). Results can show whether a person has been previously …

On May 21, 2020 Governor Gregg Abbott expanded COVID-19 testing to all patients, residents, and staff at the 23 state-operated psychiatric hospitals and living centers. The new expansion of testing will cover people who show no signs of COVID-19 or have not been tested within the last 30 day…

Of the four COVID-19 cases in Comanche County, three residents have been cleared and one resident has passed away from the virus. On May 1, 2020 Comanche County Judge Stephanie L. Davis and local public Health Authorities, Dr. Paul Livingston and Dr. Dwayne Miller have received official noti…

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