Brazoria County reports 110 COVID-19 cases July 13, 188 cases over the weekend

Here are the case counts in Brazoria County for July 13. (Community Impact staff)
Here are the case counts in Brazoria County for July 13. (Community Impact staff)

Here are the case counts in Brazoria County for July 13. (Community Impact staff)

Brazoria County reported 110 confirmed coronavirus cases and 47 recoveries July 13.

Of the cases reported July 13, seven of the cases are individuals 0-9 years old, 11 are 10-19, 19 are 20-29, 20 are 30-39, 22 are 40-49, 14 are 50-59, nine are 60-69, seven are 70-79 and one is 80 or older.


Of the cases reported July 13, nine of the individuals are Pearland residents, fifteen are Alvin residents, 22 are Angleton residents, nine are Lake Jackson residents, seven are Manvel residents, 13 are Clute residnts, seven are Freeport residents, four are Richwood residents, one is an Iowa Colony resident, seven are Brazoria residents, two are West Columbia residents, five are Danbury residents, three are Liverpool residents, three are Holiday Lakes residents, one is a Jones Creek resident, one is an Oyster Creek resident and one is a Bonney resident.

Brazoria County reported 91 confirmed coronavirus cases, 55 recoveries and three deaths July 11. The county reported 97 confirmed cases July 12, which was the first day the total number of reported cases surpassed 3,000.
By Haley Morrison
Haley Morrison came to Community Impact Newspaper in 2017 after graduating from Baylor University. She was promoted to editor in February 2019. Haley primarily covers city government.


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