New case of COVID-19 confirmed in Hockley County

Hockley County has added one more case to its total COVID-19 cases Wednesday, bringing the total to 11.

The new case was announced by Hockley County Judge Sharla Baldridge Wednesday afternoon. She said the case involves a Levelland resident between the ages of 40 and 50 years old who is not hospitalized at this time.

The cases are as follows:

Case No. 1
Reported Tuesday, March 17
Travel related
Levelland resident
Patient was hospitalized
Patient has been released from the hospital
Age: 55 years old
Investigation is complete

Case No. 2
Reported Thursday, March 19
Not suspected to be travel related
Levelland resident
Patient has passed away
Age range: 55 to 60 years old
Investigation is complete

Case No. 3
Reported Saturday, March 21
Not travel related
Sundown resident
Patient is hospitalized
Age range: 60 years old and older
Investigation is complete

Case No. 4
Reported Tuesday, March 24
Travel unknown at this time
Sundown resident
Patient is home monitoring
Age: 31
Investigation is complete

Case No. 5
Reported Tuesday, March 24
Not travel related
Patient is listed as recovered
Ropesville resident
Age: 31
Investigation is complete

Case No. 6
Reported Friday, March 27
Sundown resident
Age: 35-40
Investigation is complete

Case No. 7
Reported Friday, March 27
Sundown resident
Age: 55-60
Investigation is complete

Case No. 8
Reported Saturday, April 4
Levelland resident
Age range: 20 to 30 years old
Patient is not hospitalized
Investigation is ongoing

Case No. 9
Reported Saturday, April 4
Anton resident
Age range: 40 to 50 years old
Patient is not hospitalized
Investigation is ongoing

Case No. 10
Reported Sunday, April 5
Levelland resident
Age range: 50 and 60 years old
Patient is hospitalized
Investigation is ongoing

Case No. 11
Reported Wednesday, April 8
Levelland resident
Age range: 40 and 50 years old
Patient is not hospitalized
Investigation is ongoing

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