Hidalgo County child dies from COVID-19 – Monitor

There are likewise a 3-year-old, a 4-year-old, 2 5-year-olds, an 8-year-old, a 9-year-old, two 10-year-olds, 3 11-year-olds, and five 12-year-olds.

Two of them are just a year old– one is a lady from Rio Grande City and the other is a girl from Roma.

Among the recently validated, many– 32 of them– are under the age of 50.

So far, the county has reported an overall of 22 deaths associated to the disease while another 51 are pending confirmation by the state.

The oldest amongst them is a 66-year-old female from Rio Grande City.

The county also reported 531 new positive cases, bringing their total number to 21,806 and their active cases to 5,003.

” The death of this kid reaffirms that kids– and no age– are not immune from the disastrous impact of this fatal virus,” Hidalgo County Judge Richard F. Cortez specified in a press release. “It is vital for us to all interact to avoid additional spread of this disease. This death hits home the truth that COVID-19 does not extra even the youngest members of our neighborhood.”

Starr County reported 38 more positive cases of the coronavirus on Friday for an overall of 2,729 for the county. Of those, 1,664 are active cases.

There are also 530 individuals currently hospitalized due to the disease while 223 of them are being treated in an intensive care unit.

The child, a lady from Pharr, is listed as being between the ages of 0 and 19 as the county decreased to divulge more information mentioning state and federal privacy laws.

That report consisted of a 5-month-old young boy from Roma and a 6-month-old boy from Rio Grande City.

Hidalgo County reported its first kid death amongst the 20 homeowners who passed away of COVID-19 on Friday.

Willacy County reported an extra 17 COVID-19 cases for a total of 751 confirmed.

When 111 individuals evaluated positive for COVID-19, Fridays numbers follow one of the countys greatest single-day reports on Thursday.

4 of the brand-new cases are of children under 10.

Guerra included that DSHS will guarantee household members stay isolated and quarantined which the family has actually supplies needed to stay at house and follow protocol.

” This is simply another tip that this virus is in our area and with more testing being done, the more most likely it will be to get another favorable case,” Guerra stated. “With this knowledge, citizens are prompted to continue to stay at home, social distance and consistently wash hands and use face covering, cover/block your sneeze and coughs.”

” Our officials and staff continue to work very carefully with our surrounding counties and state health services department,” Willacy County Judge Aurelio “Keter” Guerra specified in a news release. “The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) will carry out case examinations on this, and all favorable COVID-19 cases that emerge and make sure that proper isolation and 14-day quarantine is strictly abided by.”