ALL CLEAR! No positive test results from Fort Stockton's Focused Care site

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Pecos County officials breathed a big sigh of relief Wednesday night after each of the more than 130 residents and staff of Focus Care's Fort Stockton facility tested for COVID-19 came back with negative results.

The testing was done after an outbreak at Focus Care's facility in Crane, which saw more than 20 positive tests among staff and residents and two deaths. 

As of Wednesday night, 578 tests had been administered in Pecos County, with 516 negative results, 26 pending results, 27 positive results, with 14 active and 13 recovered. 

Pecos County Judge Joe Shuster said Wednesday that he also is expecting two or more cases to move to the recovered listing soon. 

The news comes one day after three more COVID-19 cases in Pecos County exited quarantine and are now listed as “recovered.” The cases were #12, #13, and #14.

Another nine positive cases tested in Pecos County, but were assigned to El Paso County. Two of those cases are now listed as recovered.

Here is a list of confirmed cases from Pecos County.

(Recovered cases in italics)

• Case #1: 54-year-old woman was tested at Mallik Medical Clinic on March 27. Her test results came back from a private laboratory on April 4. Exposure source not determined. Quarantine over; listed as recovered.

• Case #2: 50-year-old male was tested at Mallik Medical Clinic. According to Shuster, the man is listed as a “close member to Case #1.” Shuster said he could not provide additional information on the relationship. Quarantine over; listed as recovered.

• Case #3: A male listed in the 65-70 age group. He reportedly came in contact with Case #2. He was tested at Mallik Medical Clinic. Quarantine over; listed as recovered.

• Case #4: 49-year-old male was tested at Mallik Medical Clinic. Shuster did not have the test date. He is an employee at TDCJ N5 in Fort Stockton. Quarantine over; listed as recovered.

• Case #5: 39-year-old male tested at Mallik Medical Clinic. Possible connections to Case #1 and #2. Quarantine over; listed as recovered.

• Case #6: Offender at TDCJ N5 Unit in Fort Stockton. Quarantine over; listed as recovered.

• Case #7: 47-year-old female is self-quarantine at home with her husband. Test was done by PCMH. She is an employee at TDCJ N5 in Fort Stockton.  

• Case #8: A 37-year-old woman tested at Pecos County Memorial Hospital. She is an employee at the TDCJ N5 Unit in Fort Stockton, and has been connected to Case #6, an inmate at the state prison facility. TDCJ N5 Unit in Fort Stockton. Quarantine over; listed as recovered.

• Case #9: A 35-year-old female tested at Pecos County Memorial Hospital . She is an employee at the state’s TDCJ N5 Unit. Quarantine over; listed as recovered.

• Case #10 is a 39-year-old male who tested at National Guard mobile unit in Fort Stockton and is quarantined at home with Case #9. Quarantine over; listed as recovered.

• Case #11 is a 59-year-old male employee of the TDCJ N5 Unit who is in home quarantined with his spouse. He was tested at Pecos County Memorial Hospital on April 27. 

Case #12 is reported as a 28-year-old female employee at N5. She was tested April 29 at a National Guard mobile testing unit in Mertzon. Quarantine over; listed as recovered.

Case #13 is a male offender at the N5 Unit who was tested April 29. Quarantine over; listed as recovered..

Case #14 is a 53-year-old female employee at the N5 Unit. She was tested at Mallik Medical Clinic on April 28. Quarantine over; listed as recovered.

• Case #15: 45-year-old male employee at the N5 Unit. He was tested May 3 at PCMH. Quarantine over; listed as recovered.

• Case #16: 39-year-old male with possible contraction as a family member of Case #11. He who was tested May 5 at PCMH. Self-quarantined at home. 

• Case #17: 67-year-old female employee at N5 Unit. Tested May 9 at PCMH. Quarantined at home. 

• Case #18: 48-year-old male employee at the Lynaugh Unit and spouse of Case #7. Tested May 9 at PCMH. Quarantined at home. 

• Case #19: 64-year-old female employee at the N5 Unit who was tested May 9 at PCMH. Self-quarantined at home.

• Case #20: 37-year-old male employee at the N5 Unit who was tested May 9 at PCMH. Self-quarantined at home.

• Case #21: 35-year-old male employee at the TDCJ Lynaugh Unit who was tested May 9 at PCMH. Self-quarantined at home.

• Case #22: 51-year-old male employee at the TDCJ’s N5 Unit in Fort Stockton who tested positive for COVID-19 duirng testing May 12 at PCMH. He is quarantining at home according the Judge Joe Shuster.

• Case #23: 65-year-old female who may have contracted the virus from Case #11 or #16. She is quarantining at home. 

• Case #24: 41-year-old male with possible contraction from Case #16, who is a co-worker. He tested on May 12. He is quarantining at home.

• Case #25: 56-year-old female who tested May 18 at Mallik Medical Clinic. Listed as “community spread.” Quarantining at home.

• Case #26: 41-year-old female tested May 19 at Cactus Health Services. Connected to Case #24. Self-quarantined at home.

• Case #27: 31-year-old male employee of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice's N5 Unit. He was tested on May 12 at PCMH and is quarantining at home.

• In addition, seven employees of the N5 unit who tested positive May 9 at PCMH have been assigned to El Paso County per the Texas Department of State Health Services. All are quarantining in El Paso County.

• Two people from El Paso County who tested positive at Pecos County Memorial Hospital and quarantined at a home in Pecos County. Quarantine over; listed as recovered. These cases were assigned by the state to the tracking totals for El Paso County.

• A 58-year-old female citizen of Mexico tested positive at PCMH on May 17. Referred to Mexico by state DSHS and is quarantined outside of Pecos County.

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