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Only One County Left In Texas Without A COVID-19 Case

The coronavirus has now touched just about every County in the state – except for one. According to the Texas Department of State Health Services’ official map, Loving County is the last in Texas with no reported cases of COVID-19. Loving County, which is nestled just below the extreme southeastern corner of New Mexico, and King County east of Lubbock had been the last two in the “zero categories,” but King County picked up its first case just this week. King County has a population of 272, while only 169 folks call Loving County home, making it the least-populated County in Texas.