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  • Texas
    Confirmed Cases: 3997
    Deaths: 58

  • Midland County
    Confirmed Cases: 16
    Deaths: 1

  • From MMH Testing
    Tested: Total samples - 389
    Positive: 13
    Negative: 243
    Waiting for Results: 133

*Last updated on 04/01/2020 at 5:06 PM

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  • Three new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Midland

    Posted: 04/02/2020

    The City of Midland Health Department is currently conducting their investigation on three new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Midland County, bringing the overall case count to nineteen.  The seventeenth confirmed case is a female in her 50s that was tested by Midland Health. The female is currently an inpatient at Midland Health. The source of exposure is currently unknown. The eighteenth confirmed case is a female in her 20s who was tested by Midland Health. The female has not been admitted to th...

  • COVID-19: Recommendations for Discontinuing Home Isolation After Being Sick or Tested

    Posted: 04/01/2020

    As time passes, many individuals will find themselves in the situation of having negative test results and/or no longer symptomatic. It is important for those individuals and their place of work to know what to do next. Midland Health will mirror the CDC Guidelines as it pertains to how to discontinue home isolation in these situations.  People with COVID-19 who have stayed home (home isolated) can stop home isolation under the following conditions:  If you will not have a test to determine if...

  • Three New Cases of COVID-19 Confirmed in Midland County

    Posted: 03/31/2020

    The City of Midland Health Department is currently conducting their investigation on three new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Midland County, bringing the overall case count to sixteen. The fourteenth confirmed case is a female in her 20s that was tested by Midland Health. The female has not been admitted to the hospital and is quarantining at home. The source of exposure is contact to a known case. The fifteenth confirmed case is a male in his 50s who was tested by Midland Health. The male has not been...

  • COVID-19: Location Change for PPE Donations

    Posted: 03/30/2020

    Beginning on Tuesday, March 31st, we will move the mobile donation location available Monday through Friday between 10AM and 12PM to the Abell Hanger Pavilion, 200 Andrews Hwy. Please do not take donations to the Legends Building. Staff will be on site to assist during these hours and please remember to wash your hands afterwards. While Midland Memorial does not normally accept donations of supplies and equipment, the outbreak of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) has restricted the quantities of prote...

  • Thirteenth Confirmed Case in Midland County

    Posted: 03/29/2020

    The City of Midland Health Department is currently conducting their investigation on one new confirmed case of COVID-19 in Midland County, bringing the overall case count to thirteen.  The thirteenth confirmed case is a male in his 20s, who was tested by a private provider. The male is self-isolating at home. The source of exposure is related to travel within the United States. The City of Midland Health Department will continue to monitor the individuals in accordance with the CDC. ### Media Conta...

  • Twelfth Case Confirmed in Midland County

    Posted: 03/29/2020

    The City of Midland Health Department is currently conducting their investigation on one new confirmed case of COVID-19 in Midland County, bringing the overall case count to twelve.  The twelfth confirmed case is a male in his 20s, who was tested by Midland Health. The male is an outpatient and quarantined at home. The source of exposure is to a known case. The City of Midland Health Department will continue to monitor the individuals in accordance with the CDC. ### Media Contact: Erin Bailey, Publ...

  • Three New Cases Confirmed in Midland County

    Posted: 03/28/2020

    The City of Midland Health Department is currently conducting their investigation on three new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Midland County, bringing the overall case count to eleven.  All three of these confirmed cases were tested by Midland Health and all three are outpatients who are quarantined at home.  The ninth confirmed case is a male in his 50s. The source of the males exposure is person to person contact within the household.  The tenth confirmed case is a female in her 20s, th...

  • Eighth Case of COVID-19 Confirmed in Midland County

    Posted: 03/27/2020

    The City of Midland Health Department is currently conducting their investigation on one new confirmed case of COVID-19 in Midland County, bringing the overall case count to eight. The eighth confirmed case is a pediatric patient that was tested by Midland Health. The pediatric patient has been quarantined at home and was never admitted to the hospital. The source of exposure is travel related. The City of Midland Health Department will continue to monitor the individuals in accordance with the CDC. ###...

  • City of Midland Confirms Seventh Case of COVID-19

    Posted: 03/27/2020

    The City of Midland Health Department is currently conducting their investigation on one new confirmed case of COVID-19 in Midland County, bringing the overall case count to seven. The seventh confirmed case is a female in her 50s who was tested by Midland Health but has not been admitted to the hospital. The source of exposure is travel related. The City of Midland Health Department will continue to monitor the individuals in accordance with the CDC. ### Media Contact: Erin Bailey, Public Information O...

  • COVID-19: Effective Monday, March 30th Routine Screening Imaging Procedures Will Be Postponed

    Posted: 03/27/2020

    Acknowledging the COVID-19 pandemic and Midland community spread of the infection, Midland Health has a goal of reducing the risk of exposure and to risk mitigate. We are following the State and Federal recommendations; therefore, some routine and screening imaging is being restricted until the risk of the COVID-19 infection is reduced. Routine diagnostic imaging will continue to be available as ordered by physicians. Routine screening exams will resume once this crisis has passed. The imaging locations...

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