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Lamar County COVID-19 Update

The Paris-Lamar County Health District received notification of an additional COVID-19 related death Thursday. It makes 14 total COVID-19 related deaths for Lamar County.

Today 7/9/2020 marks the highest COVID-19 confirmed case count to date. On 7/9/2020, Lamar County received notification of an additional 24 COVID-19 cases. They are an 18-year-old female, a 20-year-old male, a 21-year-old male, a 24-year-old female, a 25-year-old female, a 26-year-old female, 27-year-old male, a 27-year-old male, a 29-year-old female, a 33-year-old female, a 33-year-old female, a 33-year-old female, a 38-year-old female, a 40-year-old male, a 46-year-old male, a 48-year-old female, a 51-year-old male, a 51-year-old male, a 54-year-old male, a 55-year-old female, a 57-year-old male, a 59-year-old female, a 65-year-old female, and an 81-year-old female.

Lamar County has 377 confirmed COVID-19 cases with seven travel-related and 370 community spread.

As of today, 240 positives have recovered, and there are 123 active COVID-19 cases.

The Paris-Lamar County Health District urges all Lamar County residents to adhere to the CDC and State of Texas guidelines to help stop this highly contagious virus:
Individuals may not be in a group larger than ten individuals (including those within the individual’s household). Within these groups, individuals should, to the extent possible, minimize in-person contact with others, not in the individual’s home. Reducing in-person contact includes maintaining six feet of separation from individuals. When keeping six feet of separation is not feasible, you should utilize other methods to slow the spread of COVID-19, such as wearing masks or face coverings, washing or sanitizing hands frequently, and avoiding sharing utensils or other everyday objects.

Age 0-9: 2 males 1 female
Age 10-19: 6 males 11 females
Age 20-29: 33 males 51 females
Age 30-39: 29 males 39 females
Age 40-49: 13 males 34 females
Age 50-59: 31 males 35 females
Age 60-69: 23 males 26 females
Age 70-79: 10 males 20 females
Age 80 +: 7 males 7 females