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Still No COVID-19 in Comal County, Officials Say

Comal County said late Friday there still are no reported cases of COVID-19 in the county.

Comal County posted on its Facebook page late Friday afternoon that there still are no reported cases of COVID-19, the coronavirus, in Comal County.

“As the week draws to a close, there’s a lot of information – and misinformation – about COVID-19 out there.

“The county’s COVID-19 webpage is a place for solid information that isn’t alarmist, but also isn’t complacent: www.comalcountytx.com/covid19.”

On MyComalCounty.com, the Office of Public Health said it is not recommending any closures:

“Because Comal County does not yet have any confirmed cases of COVID-19, the Office of Public Health is not making any recommendations regarding the potential closure or cancellation of public events or gatherings at this time. These decisions should be made by the institutions or organizers responsible for those gatherings. Should this situation change, the Office of Public Health will issue updated guidance on recommended closures and cancellations.”

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