UPDATED: Travis County reports 132 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Lake Travis-Westlake region

Travis County is reporting 2,002 cases of COVID-19, with 132 in the Lake Travis-Westlake area.
Travis County is reporting 2,002 cases of COVID-19, with 132 in the Lake Travis-Westlake area.

Travis County is reporting 2,002 cases of COVID-19, with 132 in the Lake Travis-Westlake area.

Updated 12 p.m. May 8

Travis County reached 2,002 coronavirus cases May 7. Since mid-March, there have been 59 COVID-19 related deaths with 659 recoveries.

Out of those cases, 132 fall within the Lake Travis-Westlake area.

Updated 12 p.m. May 5

Travis County reported 60 new coronavirus cases May 4, bringing the county's total to 1,816. Of those, 118 COVID-19 cases originate from the Lake Travis-Westlake area, encompassing nine ZIP codes in western Travis County.


Among the nine ZIP codes, the 78746 area of West Lake Hills is reporting the highest number of cases, with 44, as of May 4.

Updated 2:06 p.m. April 17

Travis County is reporting 1,029 confirmed cases of COVID-19, with 93 falling within the Lake Travis-Westlake area.

The 78746 ZIP code is still reporting the highest number of cases within the Lake Travis-Westlake region, with 36.

Updated 3:12 p.m. April 15

Travis County Public Health officials have confirmed 900 positive coronavirus cases and 14 deaths.

The 78746 ZIP code in the West Lake Hills area is reporting one new case, bringing its total to 35. The 78738 ZIP code in Bee Cave has 14 confirmed cases, and the 78734 ZIP code in the Lake Travis region has 11.

Updated 12:40 p.m. April 13

Since April 10 the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases has increased by 84. According to Travis County officials, there have been 774 confirmed cases and nine deaths so far.

The 78746 ZIP code has one new case, bringing the total to 34. The 78738 ZIP code is currently reporting 13 cases, according to the latest update from local health officials April 13.

Updated 4:50 p.m. April 9

As of April 9 there are 597 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Travis County and seven deaths.

Certain ZIP codes in the Lake Travis-Westlake area have continued to see an increase in case numbers, with the 78746 ZIP code being the highest at 33 cases. The 78738 ZIP code, encompassing the city of Bee Cave, also saw an increase and is now reporting 11 confirmed cases.

Original post April 6

As of April 6, Travis County Public Health officials have confirmed 484 positive COVID-19 cases and six deaths, with the first two cases having been announced March 13.

Out of the 484 confirmed, 63 have been identified within the Lake Travis-Westlake area, which comprises nine ZIP codes in western Travis County, including but not limited to the cities of Bee Cave, Lakeway, West Lake Hills and Rollingwood.

The 78746 ZIP code, which encompasses West Lake Hills and Lost Creek, has seen the highest number of positive cases with 28 confirmed, as reported by Travis County.

Reflecting updated guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the city of Austin and Travis County recommended April 5 that residents wear face masks of fabric coverings when going outside to perform essential activities.


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