Hendrick reported Monday 34 COVID-19 inpatients, with seven in ICU. The breakdown by facilities was 28 inpatients at the Abilene hospitals (seven in ICU), and six inpatients at the Brownwood hospital.
Of the 34 Hendrick COVID-19 inpatients, 2 were not fully vaccinated.
The percentage of COVID-19 inpatients in the 16-county Abilene trauma service area was 4.18% of total capacity Sunday, compared to 4.08% Saturday and 3.17% Friday, according to the Texas Department of State Health Services COVID-19 database.
The Abilene trauma service area Monday had 35 COVID-19 inpatients, with seven admissions in the previous 24 hours.
Coronavirus by the numbers
Texas (updated Monday): Total cases, 3,744,995; New cases, 15,093; Active cases (estimated), 150,851; Hospitalized, 3,965; Fatalities, 74,262; New fatalities, 43; Total tests, 50,312,399; Recovered (estimated), 4,288,332.
Big Country estimated active cases (as tracked by the state): Brown, 137; Scurry, 112; Erath, 87; Eastland, 72; Jones, 71; Callahan, 56; Howard, 49; Stephens, 39; Comanche, 31; Shackelford, 30; Coleman, 28; Runnels, 24; Coke, 16; Knox, 15; Kent, 14; Haskell, 13; Mitchell, 12; Nolan, 11; Fisher, 6; Stonewall, 4; and Throckmorton, 1.
Select West Texas counties estimated active cases: Lubbock, 1,944; Potter (Amarillo), 978; Randall (Canyon), 875; Ector (Odessa), 781; Midland, 644; Tom Green (San Angelo), 349; Wichita (Wichita Falls), 288; Hale (Plainview), 142; and Moore, 75.
Sources: City of Abilene, Texas Department of State Health Services (counts PCR cases only)
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