Thirteen New COVID-19 Cases Confirmed in Comal County
Comal County reported 13 new cases of COVID-19 today.
Three of the cases are confirmed and 10 are probable. The seven-day positivity rate now stands at 8.66%. There are now 3,506 cases of COVID-19 reported.
The county now has 118 active confirmed-and-probable cases of COVID-19. Of them, eight are hospitalized. Comal County hospitals are caring for six COVID-19 patients. Three are in intensive care and one is on a ventilator.
Another 13 COVID-19 recoveries were reported, bringing the total to 3,272.
Location Breakdown of New Cases
New Braunfels – 7
North of Canyon Lake – 2
South of Canyon Lake – 1
Bulverde – 3
Age Range of New Cases
Under 20 – 2
20s – 3
30s/40s – 3
50s/60s – 4
70 and older – 1
As of Monday morning, Public Health has received reports of the following test information:
- 25,513 tests conducted
- 2,757 confirmed cases
- 749 probable cases
Probable Case Definition
“Probable cases” is a category established by the Texas Department of State Health Services to describe those who do not have a positive PCR test for COVID-19, but meet two of the following three criteria:
- A positive quick-result antigen test
- Experiencing COVID-19 symptoms
- Close contact with a confirmed positive COVID-19 case
A probable case is treated identically to a confirmed case and counts toward the county’s positivity rate and total case tally.
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