City of Lubbock confirms two new cases of COVID-19 Sunday evening

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LUBBOCK, Texas — The city of Lubbock confirmed two new cases of the novel coronavirus on Sunday.

The news comes before a press conference that was scheduled for 6:00 p.m. on Sunday.

Related Story: City provided COVID-19 update Sunday evening, watch replay

There are now 10 cases in Lubbock County and three in Hockley County, bringing the total to 13 in the South Plains. One of the Lubbock cases, a man over the age of 60 who traveled out of state, was moved out of Lubbock’s jurisdiction to Hockley County’s jurisdiction according to information released Sunday.

Both new cases are from exposure to an existing case, showing that the disease is spreading through the area.

REPORT
DATE
__AGE__EXPOSURECOUNTY OF
RESIDENCE
INVESTIGATION
STATUS
17-Mar 15-25 Travel out of Country Lubbock Complete
18-Mar 40-50 Travel out of Country Lubbock Complete
20-Mar 30-40 Travel out of Country Lubbock Complete
20-Mar 15-25 To be determined Lubbock On-Going
21-Mar 40-50 Travel out of country Lubbock Complete
21-Mar 40-50 Exposure to Known case Lubbock Complete
21-Mar 50-60 Community Acquired Lubbock On-Going
21-Mar 20-30 Exposure to Known case Lubbock On-Going
22-Mar Over 60 Exposure to Known case Lubbock Complete
22-Mar 20-30 Exposure to Known case Lubbock Complete

EverythingLubbock.com continues ongoing coverage of coronavirus (COVID-19) recovery efforts in Lubbock and the South Plains


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