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Only 8 new El Paso virus cases, but hospitalizations remain high; city extends emergency ordinance

EL PASO, Texas — El Paso public health officials reported just eight new coronavirus cases on Monday evening, marking the first day in a couple weeks without double-digit infection increases.

That brought the county’s total number of cases to 1,348, while the death toll held firm at 33.

Hospitalizations due to the virus remained high at 80, however, with 34 of those patients listed in intensive care. Health leaders said there were 685 people who had recovered from the virus to date, leaving 630 active infections.

City/County Health Authority Dr. Hector Ocaranza cautioned against complacency and letting the guard down based on just a one-day decline in new cases.

Signaling the ongoing concern, city leaders extended their emergency pandemic ordinace for another month, until June 10th. It had been set to expire later this week.

Below is the latest coronavirus case locator map and other demographic information on the virus outbreak as provided by the health department.

The map shows the amount of positive cases by zip codes, with the number of cases in red dots: 79821 (4), 79835 (39), 79836 (10), 79838 (13), 79849 (23), 79853 (23), 79901 (12), 79902 (16), 79903 (46), 79904 (41), 79905 (59), 79907 (67), 79911 (8), 79912 (101), 79915 (60), 79922 (6), 79924 (68), 79925 (55), 79927 (77), 79928 (94), 79930 (41), 79932 (57), 79934 (32), 79935 (31), 79936 (172), 79938 (193).

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Jim Parker

Jim Parker is the Director of Digital Content for ABC-7.

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9 Comments

  1. what hospitals are these patients in? The numbers I’ve seen are different, my honey works at trans mountain and she says there’s only 8 patients there with covid. What gives

  2. Unfortunately, I don’t have the luxury of working from home. I work on a OSA/SCIF. This mayor and all of the city council and county commissioners need to go.

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