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No new virus deaths reported as nearly 60% of eligible El Pasoans now fully vaccinated

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EL PASO, Texas (KVIA) -- The El Paso Department of Public Health announced five new coronavirus cases and did not report any new virus-related deaths Tuesday.

El Paso County's pandemic death toll remained at 2,626.

There are also 14 additional suspected Covid-19 deaths currently being investigated by the health department.

El Paso health department data shows that 59.6% of El Pasoans 12 and older are now fully vaccinated, with 72.6% having received at least one dose.

The number of known active cases now stands at 404.

There are 39 Covid-19 patients in El Paso hospitals, with 18 of those patients in intensive care units.

For a complete look at El Paso's Covid-19 data, click here.

Coronavirus / El Paso / Health / Local News / News

Mauricio Casillas

El Paso native Mauricio Casillas co-anchors ABC-7’s Good Morning El Paso.

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    1. Thanks to President Trump. It was he that started pharmaceutical companies to start work on a vaccine in January of 2020. It was he that wanted hydroxychloroquine to be looked at and the left went crazy. Now it turns out, he was right again. Joe Crow biden and all of his demoKKKrat cronies can kiss my ass.

  1. Will El Paso meet dementia Joe’s goal that 70% will be fully vaccinated by July 4th? Most likely since people in El Paso County self identify as being vaccinated. Interesting how the relevant stat of how many people have been fully vaccinated or 60% of what population figure. It’s all smoke and mirrors.

  2. I just returned from Florida, and I didn’t see one person in that city wearing a mask. The economy is thriving, restaurants are open, employment is great. Unlike New Mexico, Michigan NY, Commiefornia.

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