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Comal County Reports 14 New COVID-19 Cases Wednesday


Comal County reported 14 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the county total to 20,589 since reporting began in March 2020.

No deaths were added. The total number of deceased remains 473.

On Wednesday, Comal County hospitals reported caring for six COVID-19 patients. Of those two are in intensive care and two are on ventilators. None of these patients are vaccinated. Not all COVID-positive patients hospitalized in Comal County are county residents.

Some 61.49% of county residents are fully vaccinated (two shots).

The county’s Public Health Department is administering Moderna COVID-19 vaccines for those 18 and older, and Pfizer vaccines for anyone five years and older. Those who are high risk and qualify for a third dose or a booster also can call to schedule an appointment for a vaccine.

The number is 830-221-1150.

Today, the Texas Department of State Health Services reported 3,252 new confirmed cases (7-day average), 60 fatalities (7-day average) and 3,182 current hospitalizations.

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  1. Ed Tennyson December 16, 2021

    This data indicates that in about a 2 year period.in Comal Co , we have experienced 13% infections and 0.3% deaths.Diseases are unfortunate, but have always been with us. I would like to see statistics such as the flu, car accidents and deaths, shootings and murders. I would just prefer that we put things into perspective.Shall we live in fear, or live our lives to the fullest?


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