El Paso surpasses 15000 confirmed cases; 2 new virus deaths reported – KVIA El Paso

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The Department of Public Health announced two brand-new infection deaths and 228 brand-new cases Tuesday early morning.

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EL PASO, Texas (KVIA)– El Paso County has actually now had 15,142 confirmed coronavirus cases considering that the pandemic began.

Hospitalizations increased from 288 to 290. However, the number of clients in El Pasos ICUs reduced from 103 to 96. Its the very first time the number of ICU clients has been listed below 100 given that July 25.

There were 3,621 known active cases. That number has been increasing for the past 3 days. There have now been 11,243 reported recoveries, although research shows some who recover from Covid-19 might face long term health concerns originating from the virus.

El Paso County has now tape-recorded virus-related deaths for 16 straight days as of Tuesday.

In the previous seven days, on average, 10.2 percent of tests carried out in El Paso County are coming back favorable.

The death toll now stands at 278. The health department said the 2 victims were males; one in his 60s, the other in his 70s. Both had underlying health conditions.

There are 42 clients on ventilators, 10 fewer than the day previously.

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The number of patients in El Pasos ICUs reduced from 103 to 96.

The health department said the two victims were males; one in his 60s, the other in his 70s. There have now been 11,243 reported recoveries, although research shows some who recuperate from Covid-19 might deal with long term health problems stemming from the virus.