COVID-19: Three new cases reported; first 28 cases in county are recovered

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Pecos County has three new cases of COVID-19, bringing its total of confirmed cases to 31, of which 28 are recovered. 

The county has yet to see a hospitalization related to COVID-19. 

One of the three new cases is a Pecos County resident who was tested and is quarantining out of state. Contraction was thought to have happened outside of Pecos County. Case #29 is a man whose age was not released. 

Case #30 is a 39-year-old female tested May 31 at Midland Memorial Hospital. Source of contraction unknown. Self-quarantining at home. 

Case #31 is a 41-year-old female emplyee of Focus Care facility in Crane (not Fort Stockton). Tested June 2 at Pecos County Memorial Hospital. Self-quarantining at home with family. 

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 . Test was done by PCMH. She is an employee at TDCJ N5 in Fort Stockton. Quarantine over; listed as recovered. 

• 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. He was tested at Pecos County Memorial Hospital on April 27. Quarantine over; listed as recovered. 

• 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. Quarantine over; listed as recovered. 

Case #17: 67-year-old female employee at N5 Unit. Tested May 9 at PCMH. Quarantine over; listed as recovered.  

Case #18: 48-year-old male employee at the Lynaugh Unit and spouse of Case #7. Tested May 9 at PCMH. Quarantine over; listed as recovered. 

Case #19: 64-year-old female employee at the N5 Unit who was tested May 9 at PCMH. Quarantine over; listed as recovered.

Case #20: 37-year-old male employee at the N5 Unit who was tested May 9 at PCMH. Quarantine over; listed as recovered.

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. Quarantine over; listed as recovered.

Case #23: 65-year-old female who may have contracted the virus from Case #11 or #16. Quarantine over; listed as recovered.

Case #24: 41-year-old male with possible contraction from Case #16, who is a co-worker. He tested on May 12. Quarantine over; listed as recovered. 

• Case #25: 56-year-old female who tested May 18 at Mallik Medical Clinic. Listed as “community spread.” Quarantine over; listed as recovered. 

Case #26: 41-year-old female tested May 19 at Cactus Health Services. Connected to Case #24. Quarantine over; listed as recovered. 

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. Quarantine over; listed as recovered. 

• Case #28: 59-year-old male contracted from Case # 25. Tested May 21 at Mallik Medical Clinic. Quarantine over; listed as recovered. 

• Case #29: Unknown age male who is a Pecos County resident, but was tested on May 26 out of state. Possible contraction from out-of-state family. Quarantining out of state. 

• Case #30: 39-year-old female tested May 31 at Midland Memorial Hospital. Source of contraction unknown. Self-quarantining at home. 

• Case #31: 41-year-old female emplyee of Focus Care facility in Crane (not Fort Stockton). Tested June 2 at Pecos County Memorial Hospital. Self-quarantining at home with family. 

Nine employees of the N5 unit who tested positive May 9 at PCMH were assigned to El Paso County per the Texas Department of State Health Services. All cases are out of quarantine and recovered. 

A 58-year-old female citizen of Mexico tested positive at PCMH on May 17. Referred to Mexico by state DSHS and is out of quarantine and recovered.

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