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Robertson County reports 8 more cases of COVID-19, 66 total

More information will be released as DSHS continues to investigate.

ROBERTSON COUNTY, Texas — UPDATE: July 6, 2020

Over the holiday weekend, Robertson County confirmed eight more cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number to 66. There are now 56 active cases in the following zip codes:   77859 - 28,  77856 - 20,  77837 - 5,  76629 - 2,  77867 - 1.

UPDATE: July 3, 2020

Two more cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Robertson Count, bringing the total active cases to 48, with 58 cases total. There are 10 still recovered.

Active cases:

 77859 - 24,  77856 - 17,  77837 - 4,  76629 - 2,  77867 - 1

UPDATE: July 1, 2020

10 more cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Robertson County. The number of active cases in the county is now 46, with a total of 56 cases, and 10 recovered.

Active cases: 

 77859 - 24,  77856 - 15,  77837 - 4,   76629 - 2,    77867 - 1

UPDATE: June 29, 2020

Robertson County has reported  9 more cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of cases to 46. There are 36 active cases and 10 recovered. 

Active cases: 

77859 - 17,  77856 - 13,  77837 - 3 ,  76629 - 2,  77867 - 1.

UPDATE: June 26, 2020

Robertson County is reporting one new case of COVID-19, bringing the number of active cases to 27 and the total cases to 37. The active cases are on the following zip codes: 77859 - 14,  77856 - 7,  77837 - 3,  76629 - 2,    77867 - 1 .

UPDATE: June 23, 2020

Four mores cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Robertson County, bringing the total to 36. There are 26 active cases in the following zip codes:  77859 - 13,  77856 - 7,  77837 - 3,  76629 - 2,  77867 - 1.

UPDATE: June 22, 2020

Robertson County is reporting 11 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of cases to 32. There are currently 22 active cases in the following zip codes:   77859 - 13,  77856 - 4,  77837 - 3,   76629 - 1,   77867 - 1 .

UPDATE: June 17, 2020

Two more cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Robertson County, bringing the total to 20. There are 9 recovered and 11 active cases. The active cases are in the following zip codes:  77859 - 6,  77856 - 2,  77837 - 2,  77867 - 1 .

UPDATE: June 16, 2020

The Robertson County Sheriff's Office reports another new case of COVID-19, bringing the total to 18.

There are currently 7 recovered, and 11 active cases in the county. The active cases are in the following zip codes:  77859 - 7,  77856 - 1,  77837 - 2 ,       77867 - 1.

UPDATE: June 8, 2020:

The Robertson County Sheriff's Office has reported 2 more cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to 17. There are 9 active cases, and 8 recovered, with 0 hospitalizations. The active coronavirus cases are present in the following zip codes:  77859 - 5,  77856 - 1,  77837 - 2 ,   77867 - 1 .

UPDATE: June 4, 2020

Three more COVID-19 cases have been reported by the Robertson County Sheriff's Office, making the total number of cases now 15. So far there are 8 active cases, and 7 have recovered. The active coronavirus cases are in the following zip codes: 77859 - 5,  77856 - 1,  77837 - 1,  77867 - 1.
  

UPDATE: June 3, 2020

Another case of COVID-19 has been reported by the Robertson County Sheriff's Office, bringing the total to 12. There are 8 active cases in the following zip codes:   77859 - 6, 77856 - 1 , 77837 - 1.

UPDATE: June 2, 2020

The Robertson County Sheriff's Office reported Tuesday there are seven active cases of COVID-19 in the county, bringing the total number of known coronavirus cases to 11. Currently, no one is hospitalized with the virus.

UPDATE: May 29, 2020

Robertson County Sheriff's Office confirmed that there is one additional positive case of coronavirus in Robertson County. There are currently four active cases, meaning someone who hasn't been fever-free for 72 hours without fever-reducing medications, and it has been 10 days after onset of symptoms.

Four cases have recovered, and there are zero deaths and no hospitalizations.

UPDATE: May 19, 2020

According to Robertson County Emergency Management, there are seven total cases of coronavirus in Roberston County. To date, two cases have recovered and five cases are active.

UPDATE: May 13 2020

Robertson County is reporting one additional case of coronavirus, bringing it's total cases to six. 

The individual is a female in her 20s.

There are currently four active cases and two recovered cases.

UPDATE: May 7, 2020

Robertson County is reporting one additional case of coronavirus, making five total cases in the county. The individual is female in her 50s.

Currently, there are three active cases, and two recovered cases. 

UPDATE: April 30, 2020

Robertson County Judge, Charles Ellison, was notified today that the two new cases reported yesterday are in fact not residents of Robertson County. These individuals are residents of Brazos County. 

One positive result has come back from the testing done last Friday at Hearne High School, according to Robertson County Sheriff's Office. This individual is male and in his 20s quarantined at home. 

To date, there is one active case in Robertson County, with two cases having already recovered.

UPDATE: April 29, 2020

There have been two additional positive cases of COVID-19 in Robertson County, according to the Robertson County Sheriff's Office. Currently, there are four cases total.

The two new cases are a male and female in their 50s living in the same household and they are NOT hospitalized they are quarantined at home.

Previous story from March 23, 2020

The Department of State Health Services contacted Robertson County officials Monday afternoon to confirm their first case of COVID-19 from inside the county. The confirmed case is a male in his 90s. More information will be released as DSHS continues to investigate.

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