Brazoria County reported 87 new single-day COVID-19 cases Oct. 15, marking the third straight day in which it reported less than 100 new cases.

Of the 87 cases reported on Oct. 15, 17 of them were over two weeks old, according to Brazoria County’s Twitter account. In addition, the county reported three COVID-19-related deaths on Oct. 15.

Brazoria County has not reported less than 100 new cases for three or more straight days since early July, according to the BCHD dashboard. The county went 61 consecutive days without reporting 100 or more cases from May 11 until July 11 before cases began to rise at the end of July and into mid-September.

As of Oct. 15, there are 2,025 active cases of COVID-19 in Brazoria County, which is a decrease of 1,445 active cases from Oct. 1.

In total since the county began tracking, there have been 57,688 COVID-19 cases reported, which is an increase of 1,653 since Oct. 1; 54,459 recoveries, which is an increase of 3,568 since Oct. 1; and 667 deaths, which is an increase of 34 since Oct. 1, according to the dashboard.

According to the Texas Department of State Health Services, 62% of Brazoria County’s population 12 and older are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, which is an increase of 1.14% since Oct. 1.