Hays County reports 88 new coronavirus cases, 38 additional recoveries July 13

Hays County confirmed 88 new cases of coronavirus July 13. (Community Impact staff)
Hays County confirmed 88 new cases of coronavirus July 13. (Community Impact staff)

Hays County confirmed 88 new cases of coronavirus July 13. (Community Impact staff)

Numbers provided by the Hays County Local Health Department showed 88 new coronavirus cases July 13. The county also confirmed 38 additional recoveries, bringing the total to 693.

Overall, the county now has 3,643 confirmed cases, with 2,939 considered active. Hays County has tested 14,470 residents, and 20 are currently hospitalized.


Cases by city are broken down as follows.

  • Austin: 32*

  • Bear Creek: 1

  • Buda: 438

  • Driftwood: 21

  • Dripping Springs: 58

  • Kyle: 1,018

  • Manchaca: 2

  • Maxwell: 6

  • Mountain City: 4

  • Neiderwald: 13

  • San Marcos: 1,984

  • Uhland: 8

  • Wimberley: 57

  • Woodcreek: 1


*A small portion of Austin's ZIP codes are in Hays County.
By Evelin Garcia
Evelin Garcia covers local government, education, business and development as the reporter of Community Impact Newspaper's San Marcos/Buda/Kyle edition. Evelin is a graduate of Texas State University's School of Journalism and Mass Communication with a minor in international studies.


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