Panola County’s active number of COVID-19 cases stood at 21, County Judge LeeAnn Jones said Thursday.
The county recorded two recoveries, Jones said, as well as three additional cases: a 49-year-old man, a 43-year-old woman and a 22-year-old woman.
Panola County’s total cumulative number of cases is 241.
The number of new cases has continued to remain steady since mid-June, aside from a slight jump reported over the weekend:
- June 14: 3 new cases
- June 16: 2 new cases
- June 17: 2 new cases
- June 18: 3 new cases
- June 22: 3 new cases
- June 25: 4 new cases
- June 29: 5 new cases
- July 2: 3 new cases
- July 4: 8 new cases
- July 6: 3 new cases
Across the region, the Texas Health and Human Services Commission was reporting 148 people were hospitalized with COVID-19, up from the 116 hospitalized patients reported on Monday. The area has 90 available ICU beds, 509 available hospital beds and 256 available ventilators.