Texas and Oklahoma reporting over 100 new cases of coronavirus on High Plains

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AMARILLO, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) — Texas DSHS and the Oklahoma Department of Health are reporting 122 new cases of COVID-19 on the High Plains.

Officials at Texas DSHS are reporting new cases in the following counties – Dallam (1), Deaf Smith (5), Moore (33), Ochiltree (1), Potter (33), Randall (8), Sherman (1), and Wheeler (1).

In Oklahoma, there are 39 new cases with 35 in Texas County and four in Beaver County.

Moore is also reporting one new death.

New Mexico does not update their numbers until the evening.

The City of Amarillo Health Department will make these numbers go higher as they report new numbers around 2:30 p.m.

(This table reflects the cases on the High Plains as of 5:00 p.m. on November 24, 2020.)

CountyConfirmed Cases ReportedDeathsRecovery
Armstrong47130
Beaver1702132
Briscoe39124
Carson90268
Castro4428334
Childress814610
Cimarron7057
Collingsworth38124
Cottle52447
Curry2,93516949
Dallam7318577
Deaf Smith1,714371,488
Donley108192
Gray1,24010599
Hall76346
Hardeman84473
Hansford2269203
Hartley4676377
Hemphill2832235
Hutchinson62520454
Lipscomb120191
Moore1,590291,413
Ochiltree4976402
Oldham39229
Parmer68122594
Potter12,0471728,707
Quay209376
Randall10,0301056,011
Roberts2417
Roosevelt91513309
Sherman156586
Swisher2478177
Texas2,260112,065
Union103226
Wheeler2917209
TOTAL39,46052126,636
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