Active coronavirus cases decrease by 17 in Montgomery County; total positive cases increase by 20 from May 20-21
The Montgomery County Public Health District said case numbers are expected to rise alongside the recent increase in local testing. (Community Impact staff)
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Editor's note: The Montgomery County Public Health District has ceased providing weekend coronavirus updates. The daily counts on Mondays in the "Daily totals" graph include any cases confirmed on Saturdays and Sundays.
Montgomery County has reported a decrease of active COVID-19 cases from 509 on May 20 to 492 on May 21. That number includes 41 hospitalizations. Meanwhile, 368 people have recovered.
“COVID-19 is clearly showing what Texans already know: the state needs to address underlying, non-medical conditions that have a dramatic impact on their health,” Episcopal Health Foundation President and CEO Elena Marks said.