COVID-19

The latest information on COVID-19 in Parker County:

May 15- Parker County has one new positive case of COVID-19, according to the State Health Department. The county now has 57 total cases, but 48 had recovered, as of the last numbers reported by county officials.

Texas has confirmed 45,198 cases statewide, with 1,272 deaths.

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May 14- The State Health Department reported Thursday nine new cases in Parker County for a total of 56 positive COVID-19 cases.

There have been 45 recoveries, according to county officials.

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May 13- Parker County has two new positive COVID-19 cases, for a total of 47.

The county last reported a total of 38 recoveries.

As a state, Texas now has 42,403 cases reported, with 1,158 fatalities.

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May 12- No changes to the number of new cases or recoveries as of Tuesday evening. Parker County has a total of 45 positive cases of COVID-19, with 38 recoveries.

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May 11- Parker County remains at a total of 45 positive COVID-19 cases, with 38 recoveries.

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May 10- No changes to the number of cases in Parker County.

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May 9- A new positive COVID-19 case was reported in Azle, but due to a delay in DSHS reporting, that case is now recovered. Parker County now has a total of 45 positive cases.

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May 8- One new positive case of COVID-19 was reported in Cool, but due to a delay in DSHS reporting, that case has also been marked recovered, according to Parker County officials.

The county has 44 total cases, 14 of them active.

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May 7- Parker County reported two new cases of COVID-19, both in Weatherford. There have now been 43 positive results out of approximately 445 tested, with 29 recoveries. A second and third drive-thru testing was set up for Thursday and Friday in Weatherford.

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May 6- The county reported one new case for a total of 41 positive COVID-19 tests. Twelve of these are active, with 29 recovered.

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May 5- Parker County announced one new positive case of COVID-19 in Weatherford as well as one new recovery.

The county now has 40 total cases, with 11 of them active.

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May 4- Parker County recorded four more positive cases of COVID-19, in Weatherford, Springtown and Reno.

The county also has four more recoveries, for a total 39 cases (11 active) with 426 tests being administered.

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May 3- No changes to the numbers as reported from the day before. Parker County remains at 35 positive cases overall, with 11 of those active.

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May 2- Parker County recorded five new positive cases of COVID-19 Saturday afternoon.

Twenty-four of the 35 positive cases have recovered for 11 active cases. However, there are still 107 pending tests.

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May 1- Parker County remains at 30 total positive cases of COVID-19, with 19 recovered for a total of 11 active cases.

Per the county's emergency management coordinator, all patients have self-monitored and there have been none admitted to hospitals. 

As a state, Texas has reported 29,229 cases and 816 fatalities.

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April 30- No reported changes from the previous day. Parker County remains at 11 active cases of COVID-19.

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April 29- Parker County confirmed five new positive cases of COVID-19 Wednesday afternoon. The individuals were from Weatherford, Willow Park, Springtown and Peaster. 

County Judge Pat Deen said that because of a delay from the Department of State Health and Human Services, the Springtown case is now recovered, for a total of 19 recoveries.

Approximately 391 tests have been administered, with 11 active cases.

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April 28- Parker County recorded one new positive case of COVID-19 with a Peaster resident. The county also has one new recovery.

In total, there are 25 positive cases, with 18 recoveries, for a total of six active cases.

Approximately 286 tests have been administered, as of Tuesday afternoon.

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April 27- No new cases of COVID-19 have been reported. Parker County currently have seven active cases, with 17 recoveries. 

Approximately 283 tests have been administered.

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April 26- Parker County remains at 24 positive cases of COVID-19, as reported by the State Health and Human Services Department.

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April 25- Parker County officials reported one new positive case in Weatherford. County Judge Pat Deen said that due to a delay in the Department of State Health Services in assigning the case to Parker County, the individual has already recovered.

The county now has a total of 24 positive cases with 17 recovered, and a total of 274 tests administered thus far.

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April 24- One new confirmed cases in Reno, according to Parker County officials. The county now has a total of 23 positive cases, with 16 recoveries and no deaths.

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April 23- Parker County has one new positive case of COVID-19 as of Thursday afternoon. The county has had a total of 22 positive results, with 16 recoveries.

More than 260 tests have been administered, according to county officials.

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April 22- Parker County has one newly-recovered patient that previously tested positive for COVID-19. The county remains at 21 positive cases, with a total of 16 recoveries, with 252 tests administered, according to county officials.

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April 21- No changes in the number of positive cases in Parker County: 21 positive for COVID-19, and four more patients recovered for a total of 15 recoveries.

Texas has reported 20,196 positive cases with 517 deaths and 6,486 recoveries.

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• April 20- Parker County remains at 21 positive COVID-19 cases. Eleven have recovered. Approximately 236 tests have been administered thus far.

Statewide numbers are 19,458 cases and 495 deaths, with an estimated 5,706 recovered.

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• April 19- Parker County remains at 21 total positive cases  and 11 recoveries. 

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• April 18- Parker County has one new confirmed case of COVID-19, with 21 total positive cases. Eleven individuals have recovered and there have been no deaths.

A total of 18,215 cases were reported in Texas as of Saturday afternoon, with 453 fatalities. An estimated 4,806 have recovered.

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• April 17- Parker County has confirmed 20 positive cases, with 11 of those recovered.

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• April 16- Parker County has confirmed 17 positive cases of COVID-19, with seven of those recovered and 10 cases still active.

Current active cases are in Poolville (female in her 40s), Weatherford (one female in her 60s and one male in his 60s), Reno (one female in her 60s), Aledo (male in his 40s), Azle (one female in her 60s, another female in her 50s and a male in his 50s) and Willow Park (one female in her 30s and a male in his 30s). 

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• April 15- Parker County has confirmed 16 positive cases of COVID-19, with seven of those recovered and nine cases still active.

Current active cases are in Weatherford (one female in her 60s and one male in his 60s), Reno (one female in her 60s), Aledo (male in his 40s), Azle (one female in her 60s, another female in her 50s and a male in his 50s) and Willow Park (one female in her 30s and a male in his 30s). 

A total of 212 tests have been administered, with 195 negative results and 17 still pending.