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23 New Cases of COVID-19 Confirmed in Midland County

Posted On: 6/18/2020

The City of Midland Health Department is currently conducting their investigation on 23 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Midland County, bringing the overall case count to 287.

The 265th case is a female in her 30s who was tested by a private provider. The female is self-isolating at home. The source of exposure is community acquired.

The 266th case is a male in his 20s who was tested in Houston. The male is self-isolating at home. The source of exposure is travel to Houston.

The 267th case is a female in her 20s who was tested by a private provider. The female is self-isolating at home. The confirmed case is an employee at Triple Threat Sports Bar & Grill and last worked on June 6, 2020. The source of exposure is household contact to a known case.

The 268th case is a female in her 20s who was tested by a private provider. The female is self-isolating at home. The confirmed case is an employee at Triple Threat Sports Bar & Grill and last worked on June 6, 2020. The source of exposure is household contact to a known case.

The 269th case is a female in her 40s who was tested at a private provider. The female is self-isolating at home. The confirmed case is an employee at Fasken Oil and Ranch and is not in a customer facing role. She last worked on June 12, 2020. The source of exposure is community acquired.

The 270th case is a male in his 20s who was tested by Midland Health. The male is an inpatient at Midland Health. The confirmed case is an employee at BP Supply and last worked on June 8, 2020. He is not in a customer facing role. The source of exposure is community acquired.

The 271st 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 household contact to a known case.

The 272nd case is a female in her 30s who was tested by a private provider. The female is self-isolating at home. The source of exposure is travel to Colorado Springs.

The 273rd case is a male in his 40s who was tested by a private provider. The male is self-isolating at home. The confirmed case is an employee at Targa Resources and last worked on June 12, 2020. He is not in a customer facing role. The source of exposure is community acquired.

The 274th case is a male in his 20s who was tested by a private provider. The male is self-isolating at home. The confirmed case is an employee at Line Quest and last worked on June 12, 2020. He is not in a customer facing role. The source of exposure is community acquired.

The 275th case is a female in her 20s who was tested by a private provider. The female is self-isolating at home. The source of exposure is contact to a known case in the Metroplex.

The 276th case is a female in her 20s who was tested by a private provider. The female is self-isolating at home. The source of exposure is contact to a case in Odessa.

The 277th case is a female in her 20s who was tested by a private provider. The female is self-isolating at home. The source of exposure is community acquired.

The 278th case is a female in her 20s who was tested by a private provider. The female is self-isolating at home. The source of exposure is household contact to a known case.

The 279th case is a male in his 80s who was tested by a private provider. The male is self-isolating at home. The source of exposure is household contact to a known case.

The 280th case is a female in her 70s who was tested by a private provider. The female is self-isolating at home. The source of exposure is household contact to a known case.

The 281st case is a female in her 20s who was tested by a private provider. The female is self-isolating at home. The confirmed case is an employee at TCC Sandblasting and Coating and last worked on June 17,2020. She is not in a customer facing role. The source of exposure is travel to San Antonio.

The 282nd case is a female in her 20s who was tested by a private provider. The female is self-isolating at home. Source of exposure is contact to a known case in San Marcos.

The 283rd 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 community acquired.

The 284th case is a male in his 20s who was tested by a private provider. The male is self-isolating at home. The confirmed case is an employee at the Department of Public Safety and last worked on June 15, 2020. The source of exposure is community acquired.

The 285th case is a female in her 20s who was tested at ORMC. The female is self-isolating at home. The source of exposure is community acquired.

The 286th case is an adolescent male (10-19) who was tested at a private provider. The male is self-isolating at home. The source of exposure is household contact to a known case.

The 287th case is a female in her 30s who was tested by a private provider. The female is self-isolating at home. The confirmed case is an employee at Endurance Lift Solutions and last worked on June 15, 2020. She was not in a customer facing role. The source of exposure is travel to Georgia.

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



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