COVID-19 appears to be on the rise again across the country and the numbers in East Texas are rising too. Some blame in on the non-vaccinated, while others are saying it is both. According to reports, even if you are fully vaccinated you can still catch it.  So long story short, no one is immune from this deadly virus that we are still learning about.

With the country being open again, more people have been exposed to the virus and some may have it and are just fighting it like a cold. Then there are the extreme cases where people are having to be hospitalized and unfortunately some are even dying.

Below are the numbers from the counties in East Texas as of July 26. With back to school right around the corner, I will continue to boost my and my daughters immune system because as you know all students have to be in the classroom at the start of the school year. With the numbers rising like they are, I personally think that we may experience another shut down. I just encourage you to be prepared either way.

Smith County - 136 new cases on July 26

430 active cases, 211 deaths and 11,839 recoveries according to NET Health

Gregg County - 52 new cases on July 26

188 active cases, 111 deaths and 6,169 recoveries according to NET Health

Angelina County - 12 new cases on July 26

186 active cases, 288 deaths and 8,469 recoeries according to the state

Henderson County - 24 new cases on July 26

118 active cases, 91 deaths and 3,929 recoveries according to NET Health

Harrison County - 73 new cases on July 26

133 active cases, 112 deaths and 5,391 recoveries according to Harrison County Judge Chad Sims. 32 recoveries occurred this past week.

Nacogdoches County - 2 new cases on July 26

47 active cases, 175 deaths and 5,040 recoveries according to the state

Anderson County - 1 new case on July 26

19 active cases, 65 deaths and 65 deaths according the NET Health

Van Zandt County - 45 new cases on July 26

148 active cases, 58 deaths and 2,691 recoveries according to NET Health

Rusk County - 11 new cases on July 26

267 active cases, 112 deaths and 4,365 recoveries according to the state

Cherokee County - 1 recovery case on July 26

64 active cases, 54 deaths and 4,285 recoveries according to the county

Polk County - 21 new cases on July 26

167 active cases, 121 deaths and 3,327 recoveries according to the state

Wood County - 26 new cases and 3 recoveried on July 26

106 active cases, 65 deaths and 1,958 recoveries according to NET Health

Upshur County - 4 new cases on July 26

78 active cases, 78 deaths and 3,489 recoveries according to the state

Hopkins County - 2 new cases on July 26

61 active cases, 114 deaths and 3, 531 recoveries according to the state

Jasper County - 4 recoveries on July 26

22 active cases, 95 deaths and 941 recoveries according to the Jasper Newton County Public Health District

Titus County - 6 new cases on July 26

51 activite cases, 84 deaths and 4,145 recoveries according to the state

Cass County - 2 new cases reported on July 26

116 active cases, 85 deaths and 2,141 recoveries according to the state

Shelby County - 1 new case and two recoveries on July 26

14 active cases, 72 deaths and 1,956  recoveries according to the state

Panola County - 3 new cases on July 26

50 active cases, 77 deaths and 1,799 recoveries according to the state

Houston County - 1 new case on July 26

46 active cases, 59 deaths and 1,901 recoveries according to the state

Tyler County - 1 death on July 23

21 active cases, 43 deaths and 584 recoveries according to the Jasper Newton County Public Health District

Trinity County - 4 new cases on July 26

36 active cases, 31 deaths and 847 recoveries according to the state

Camp County - 5 new cases on July 26

31 active cases, 45 deaths, 1,283 recoveries according to the state

Morris County - 2 new cases on July 26

43 active cases, 36 deaths and 938 recoveries according to the state

Rains County - 6 new cases on July 26

32 active cases, 10 deaths and 408 recoveries according to NET Health

Franklin County - 3 new cases on July 26

7 active cases, 26 deaths and 792 recoveries according to the state

Sabine County -1 recovery on July 20

0 active cases, 45 deaths and 262 recoveries according to the Jasper Newton County Public Health District

Marion County -1 new case on July 26

18 active cases, 33 deaths and 594 recoveries according to the state

San Augustine County - 2 new cases on July 26

8 active cases, 32 deaths and 560 recoveries according to the state

 

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