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Texarkana Area COVID-19 Numbers for May 11
Bowie County In Bowie County, Texas DSHS reports 0 new cases and a total of 4,740 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases with 0 probable cases, 214 deaths. Fully Vaccinated age 16 - 64: 22% Fully Vaccinated age 65 and older: 46%
Texarkana Area COVID-19 Numbers for April 30, 2021
In Bowie County, Texas DSHS reports 4 new cases and a total of 4,712 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases with 1 probable case, 211 deaths. Bowie County Fully Vaccinated age 16 - 64: 21% Bowie County Fully Vaccinated age 65 and older: 43% Cass County has 2 new cases and a total of 1193, plus 4 probable cases, COVID death total of 81. Cass County Fully Vaccinated age 16 - 64: 20% Cass County Fully Vac
Texarkana Area COVID-19 Numbers for April 27, 2021
In Bowie County, Texas DSHS reports 2 new cases and a total of 4,706 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases with 0 probable cases, 210 deaths. Bowie County Fully Vaccinated age 16 - 64: 20% Bowie County Fully Vaccinated age 65 and older: 42% Cass County has 0 new cases and a total of 1192, plus 0 probable cases, COVID death total of 81. Cass County Fully Vaccinated age 16 - 64: 23% Cass County Fully Va
Texarkana Area COVID-19 Numbers for April 23, 2021
In Bowie County, Texas DSHS reports 2 new cases and a total of 4,690 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases with 2 probable cases, 210 deaths. Bowie County Fully Vaccinated (age 16 and up): 20% Cass County has 3 new cases and a total of 1190, plus 2 probable cases, COVID death total of 81. Cass County Fully Vaccinated (age 16 and up): 21%
Texarkana Area COVID-19 Numbers for April 20, 2021
In Bowie County, Texas DSHS reports 1 new case and a total of 4,684 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases with 1 probable case, 210 deaths. The Department of State Health Services is reporting (no data) active cases currently in Bowie County and 6828 recoveries. Bowie County Fully Vaccinated (age 16 and up): 19% Cass County has 0 new cases and a total of 1181, plus 0 probable cases, 1860 of those reco
Texarkana Area COVID-19 Numbers for April 16, 2021
In Bowie County, Texas DSHS reports a total of 4,680 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases and 1 probable case with 209 deaths. The Department of State Health Services is reporting (no data) active cases currently in Bowie County and 6809 recoveries. Bowie County Vaccinations - First Dose: 18062 Bowie County Fully Vaccinated: 13528 Cass County has 0 new cases and a total of 1177, plus 0 probable cases
Vaccination Clinic At Southwest Center Today and Tomorrow – Texarkana Area COVID-19 Numbers for April 13, 2021
The Texarkana-Bowie Family Health Clinic is having a COVID-19 vaccination clinic for the Johnson & Johnson and Maderna vaccines today, Tuesday, April 13 from 2 - 5 PM at the Southwest Center. Moderna vaccines will be available Wednesday, April 14, also from 2 - 5 PM. Appointments recommended but not required to get these vaccinations. In the State of Texas, you only have to be over the age of
Texarkana Area COVID-19 Numbers for April 9, 2021
In Bowie County, Texas DSHS reports a total of 4,679 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases and 3 probable cases with 207 deaths. The Department of State Health Services is reporting 400 active cases currently in Bowie County and 6780 recoveries. Bowie County Vaccinations - First Dose: 15159 Bowie County Fully Vaccinated: 11457 Cass County has 1 new case and a total of 1169, plus 0 probable cases, 1834
Texarkana COVID-19: All Texas Adults Eligible This Week
All Texans are eligible for the vaccine starting this week, here's the message from the Texas Department of State Health Services: All adults will be eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in Texas beginning Monday, March 29. The Texas Department of State Health Services expects vaccine supplies to increase next week, and providers in multiple parts of the state have made great strides in vaccinat
Texarkana COVID-19: Monday in Texas, All Adults Eligible
Texans are getting ready for all adults to be eligible for the vaccine starting Monday, here's the message from the Texas Department of State Health Services: All adults will be eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in Texas beginning Monday, March 29. The Texas Department of State Health Services expects vaccine supplies to increase next week, and providers in multiple parts of the state have ma

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