Travis County has had eight days with more than 500 cases since July 1. Red dots on this chart of new cases per day since the beginning of the pandemic represent days in which the county updates its website and did not provide new case data. (Courtesy Travis County)
This weekend saw a slight slowdown in new coronavirus cases in Travis County, with Austin Public Health reporting only 431 new cases between July 18-19. The 192 cases July 19 were one of only three days in July to have less than 200 new cases, while there have been eight days with more than 500 cases in that same time.
The seven-day moving average of new hospitalizations in the Austin metropolitan area has stabilized to around 70 since July 10 and is currently 69.4 per day.
In total, the county has seen 17,646 cases, 203 deaths and 14,059 estimated recoveries since the beginning of the pandemic. There are an estimated 3,384 active cases in the county.