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    Confirmed Cases: 459,887
    Deaths: 7,497

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    Confirmed Cases: 2,492
    Deaths: 45

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    Medical COVID Patients: 15

    Ventilators used on COVID Patients: 5

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2 New COVID-19 Related Deaths and 64 New Cases of COVID-19 in Midland

Posted On: 7/31/2020

Today, Midland County, the City of Midland and Midland Health confirmed Midland County's 41st and 42nd COVID-19 related death.

 

The 41st patient, a male in his 70s, was being treated at Midland Memorial Hospital. The patient passed away on July 31, 2020.

 

The 42nd patient, a female in her 50s, was being treated at Midland Memorial Hospital. The patient passed away on July 31, 2020.

 

The City of Midland Health Department is currently conducting their investigation on 64 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Midland County for July 31, 2020, bringing the overall case count to 2179. There are 727 isolated cases, 1184 recovered, 93 under investigation, 133 unable to locate/refused and 42 COVID-19 related deaths in Midland County.

 

The City of Midland Health Department will continue to monitor the individuals in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

 

The Texas Department of State Health Services is requiring local Health Departments to switch to a new software for reporting case numbers. Due to this transition in software, updating the numbers on our full chart will be delayed. Once we get through this transition period, the numbers will be updated as soon as possible.

 

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