Texas DSHS reporting 16 new cases of COVID-19 in 6 panhandle counties

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AMARILLO, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) — Texas Department of State Health Services is reporting 16 new cases of coronavirus in six Texas Panhandle counties.

According to their website, Texas DSHS reports new cases in:

  • Deaf Smith – 1
  • Gray – 2
  • Hansford – 1
  • Hartley – 1
  • Moore – 10
  • Roberts – 1

One person has died of coronavirus in Dallam County. That is the first in the county.

According to the state’s website Hall, Briscoe, Lipscomb, and Collingsworth are the only panhandle counties without a positive COVID-19 case.

(This table reflects the cases on the High Plains as of 1:30 p.m. on September 24, 2020.)

CountyConfirmed Cases ReportedDeathsRecovery
Armstrong13111
Beaver5045
Briscoe12111
Carson1917
Castro2505227
Childress6859
Cimarron2418
Collingsworth1817
Cottle25224
Curry7595417
Dallam2555221
Deaf Smith1,05921952
Donley61153
Gray3007275
Hall28115
Hardeman2524
Hansford1124100
Hartley1404118
Hemphill7366
Hutchinson1963147
Lipscomb3225
Moore1,158201,102
Ochiltree1135106
Oldham16115
Parmer4177380
Potter4,745634,136
Quay73246
Randall2,794402,295
Roberts97
Roosevelt2753132
Sherman6154
Swisher104391
Texas1,45581,311
Union31214
Wheeler4643
TOTAL14,83721412,574
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