CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Nine new cases reported in Brazoria County on May 15

Here is the latest coronavirus case count information from Brazoria County. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Here is the latest coronavirus case count information from Brazoria County. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Here is the latest coronavirus case count information from Brazoria County. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

On May 15, Brazoria County reported nine new COVID-19 cases and five more recoveries.

There have been no reported deaths in the last week. Two of the new coronavirus cases are probable.


The total Brazoria County case count is now 721, including 331 confirmed cases, 736 recoveries and nine deaths.

The seven confirmed cases reported today consist of two women from Alvin, two men from Angleton, one man from Pearland, one man from West Columbia and one male TDCJ inmate.
By Morgan Slutzky
Morgan is the reporter for the Pearland and Friendswood newspaper. She joined Community Impact in 2019 after graduating from Temple University with a degree in journalism. Her primary area of coverage is education, but she also writes about local events and businesses.


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