153 new COVID-19 cases on High Plains

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AMARILLO, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) — Texas DSHS, Oklahoma State Department of Health, and the City of Amarillo are reporting 153 new cases of COVID-19 on the High Plains.

According to the DSHS website, there are new cases in:

  • Beaver (1)
  • Castro (2)
  • Deaf Smith (1)
  • Gray (6)
  • Moore (23)
  • Parmer (2)
  • Potter (91)
  • Randall (20)
  • Texas (7)

Texas DSHS is also reporting two deaths in Moore County.

(This table reflects the cases on the High Plains as of 5:00 p.m. on June 4, 2020.)

CountyConfirmed Cases ReportedDeathsRecovery
Armstrong32
Beaver2424
Briscoe11
Carson63
Castro34123
Childress22
Cimarron11
Collingsworth53
Cottle412
Curry57
Dallam3325
Deaf Smith16813119
Donley2726
Gray104287
Hall2
Hansford19213
Hartley13210
Hemphill11
Hutchinson4428
Lipscomb42
Moore84413525
Ochiltree51235
Oldham413
Parmer7133
Potter2,50432802
Quay512
Randall7246307
Roberts22
Roosevelt43
Sherman2521
Swisher1813
Texas9446888
Union4
Wheeler1515
TOTAL5,811823,021
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