The resident was a man in his 70s.
“To the family, we are heartbroken for your loss,” Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell said in the release. “To the rest of the community, I emphasize that it is everyone’s responsibility to stay home and stay safe in order to protect our community, our families, and especially the most vulnerable among us.”
“It’s unfortunate that our county has lost one of its residents because of the spread of this virus, said Dr. Lori Palazzo, local health authority for the county. “Williamson County and the health district extend their deepest condolences to the patient’s family and friends.”
On Friday, Travis County reported its first death related to coronavirus.