APH reports 263 new cases, 2 deaths, 130 recoveries in Amarillo area

Coronavirus

EDITOR’S NOTE: The City of Amarillo released an updated report card showing 263 new cases as opposed to their original report of 457. This story has been updated to reflect the city’s change.

AMARILLO, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) – The Amarillo Public Health Department is reporting 263 new cases, two deaths, and 130 recoveries in Amarillo area.

APH said Potter County has 236 new cases, two deaths, and 66 new recoveries.

In Randall County, 221 new cases were reported.

The Amarillo Area Hospitalization Rate is at 17.29%. This is the fifth day with the AHR above 15% – according to state guidelines laid out in GA-32, after seven days with a rate above that level, the area will need to scale back reopening efforts and further limit business capacities and social gatherings and visitations.

(This table reflects the cases on the High Plains as of 5:00 p.m. on November 28, 2020.)

CountyConfirmed Cases ReportedDeathsRecovery
Armstrong50136
Beaver2042149
Briscoe40133
Carson98273
Castro4668373
Childress8301648
Cimarron7962
Collingsworth39124
Cottle56449
Curry3,124201,049
Dallam74214605
Deaf Smith1,748381,615
Donley111197
Gray1,300221118
Hall80457
Hardeman88477
Hansford2369209
Hartley4766383
Hemphill2862235
Hutchinson66124493
Lipscomb133196
Moore1,631321,439
Ochiltree5546421
Oldham42230
Parmer70422615
Potter12,3601768,819
Quay226478
Randall10,4431086,158
Roberts29120
Roosevelt97213330
Sherman156686
Swisher2769190
Texas2,379122,155
Union114428
Wheeler3027279
TOTAL41,03556728,129
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