Of those cases, 16 are active and two are hospitalized.
Two of the cases are New Braunfels residents in their 20s and 40s, two are residents on the north-side of Canyon Lake in their 40s and 70s, one is in their 40s and from the Bulverde area, and the last resident is in their 30s and from the Spring Branch area.
According to the county, the Bulverde and Canyon Lake cases are people who share a household with residents with previously confirmed cases of the virus.
Five of the cases are self-quarantining in Comal County and the sixth, a New Braunfels resident, contracted the coronavirus while working out-of-state and is self-isolating there.
The county is reporting 1,604 tests for the coronavirus have been performed. The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) has the number of tests conducted at 1,811.
260 tests were conducted in local nursing homes on Tuesday, all of which are pending results.
All together, there are 338 pending tests.
Tracked separately, the Office of Public Health has tested 650 people for antibodies and nine positive tests have been returned, indicating previous COVID-19 infections.
Those nine cases are not included in the county's case count.
Guadalupe County is reporting 114 cases of the virus and DSHS is reporting 1,171 tests conducted in the county. The county is reporting that 23 cases are still active.