Fort Bend County Health and Human Services is reporting 44 new cases of the coronavirus June 23, bringing the total case count for the county to 3,176.
The seven-day new case average in Fort Bend County is now 97.14, down from yesterday's high of 104.29.
Of the 3,176 total cases seen in Fort Bend County, 1,197—or 37.69% have recovered, according to county data.
While the county previously reported the number of people in Fort Bend County hospitals being treated for the coronavirus, FBCHHS is now referring residents to hospitalization data from the Southeast Texas Regional Advisory Council.
According to SETRAC data, a total of 141 people are in Fort Bend County hospitals with suspected or confirmed cases of the coronavirus. Thirty-two of the people hospitalized are in the ICU and 36 adult ventilators are in use.
The charts below show the most updated information available regarding the location of Fort Bend County cases. Note that city limits and ZIP code boundaries differ.
Effective June 23, FBCHHS will update is online Community Impact Dashboard by 4 p.m. each day. The total reported on a given day largely reflect the cases the county was notified of the day prior, and so it is labeled as such.
All data in this story is accurate as of 4 p.m. June 23. Read more of Community Impact Newspaper's coverage of the coronavirus here.