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346 COVID-19 Tests Sent From Hopkins County, 17 Pending Results, and 321 Confirmed Negative Per Hopkins County Health District/Hopkins County EMS

by Front Porch News

 

 

There have been 346 COVID-19 tests sent for testing from Hopkins County, according to the latest release from Hopkins County EMS. 17 tests are pending results with 321 confirmed negative. There are 8 confirmed cases from Hopkins County with 4 patients listed as recovered.

Press Release from Hopkins County Health District/Hopkins County EMS:

From information gathered from majority of the healthcare partners in Hopkins County for the past 58 days the information is as follows:

Estimated number of screenings of COVID 19 sent off for definitive testing to either a Private Lab or Texas Department of State Health Services (TX-DSHS) are:

346 potential cases that met testing requirements.  (Testing requirements in place from TX-DSHS & CDC)

Number of cases pending results from Private Labs or TX-DSHS = 17

Confirmed Negative screened cases = 321

Confirmed Positive screened cases = 8 in Hopkins County per local healthcare providers or TX-DSHS.

Confirmed Recovered cases = 4 in Hopkins County per local healthcare providers or TX-DSHS.

No confirmed related deaths in Hopkins County due to COVID 19.

The Hopkins County Local Health Authority (LHA) under appointment by the Hopkins County Commissioners Court,are working with the local cases in Hopkins County to ensure procedures are being followed with the related cases.

If you have any questions about screening or guidance, please contact your local physician or 903-606-DOCS (3627).  If you feel short of breath or have trouble breathing please call 911.

Please continue to practice social distancing and proper hand washing to help slow the spread and process of this virus.  Hopkins County Hospital District recommends to please stay informed by following CDC and DSHS websites and your local emergency management guidance.

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