Counties with the lowest hospital bed capacity in Texas

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Stacker compiled a list of the counties with the lowest in-patient bed capacity in Texas using data from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. Counties are ranked by the percent of in-patient hospital beds filled as of Dec. 22, with ICU availability serving as a tiebreaker. Hospitalization data was available for about 77% of counties in the U.S. Keep reading to see what hospital capacity looks like in your county.

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#50. Smith County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 76.0% (5.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 2.6% more availability than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 89.0% (9.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 1.1% more availability than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 82 (191 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 43.0% (100,163 fully vaccinated)
— 24.0% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#49. Cooke County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 76.0% (15.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 2.6% more availability than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 89.0% (37.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 1.1% more availability than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 136 (56 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 35.7% (14,713 fully vaccinated)
— 36.9% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#48. Palo Pinto County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 76.0% (11.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 2.6% more availability than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 98.0% (44.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 8.9% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 178 (52 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 35.4% (10,331 fully vaccinated)
— 37.5% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#47. Polk County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 77.0% (2.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 1.3% more availability than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 82.0% (11.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 8.9% more availability than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 35 (18 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 44.7% (22,961 fully vaccinated)
— 21.0% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#46. Williamson County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 77.0% (5.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 1.3% more availability than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 91.0% (10.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 1.1% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 177 (1,043 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 64.0% (378,003 fully vaccinated)
— 13.1% higher vaccination rate than Texas

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#45. Jefferson County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 78.0% (2.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 0.0% more availability than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 67.0% (5.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 25.6% more availability than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 120 (302 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 47.6% (119,710 fully vaccinated)
— 15.9% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#44. Floyd County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 78.0% (9.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 0.0% more availability than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: data not available
— 90% full in Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 315 (18 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 43.2% (2,465 fully vaccinated)
— 23.7% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#43. Nacogdoches County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 79.0% (4.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 1.3% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 63.0% (12.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 30.0% more availability than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 110 (72 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 44.7% (29,157 fully vaccinated)
— 21.0% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#42. Hays County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 81.0% (5.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 3.8% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 79.0% (8.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 12.2% more availability than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 181 (417 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 58.1% (133,637 fully vaccinated)
— 2.7% higher vaccination rate than Texas

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#41. Henderson County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 82.0% (10.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 5.1% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 79.0% (9.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 12.2% more availability than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 81 (67 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 36.9% (30,490 fully vaccinated)
— 34.8% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#40. Lamar County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 82.0% (4.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 5.1% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 95.0% (17.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 5.6% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 64 (32 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 37.4% (18,627 fully vaccinated)
— 33.9% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#39. Hale County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 83.0% (34.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 6.4% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 100.0% (85.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 11.1% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 159 (53 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 41.0% (13,697 fully vaccinated)
— 27.6% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#38. Dawson County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 84.0% (20.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 7.7% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: data not available
— 90% full in Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 102 (13 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 32.0% (4,067 fully vaccinated)
— 43.5% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#37. Brazoria County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 85.0% (3.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 9.0% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 87.0% (0.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 3.3% more availability than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 368 (1,378 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 54.5% (204,029 fully vaccinated)
— 3.7% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#36. Bell County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 85.0% (3.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 9.0% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 89.0% (8.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 1.1% more availability than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 74 (268 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 55.7% (202,218 fully vaccinated)
— 1.6% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#35. Wichita County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 85.0% (10.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 9.0% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 95.0% (32.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 5.6% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 79 (104 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 49.1% (64,989 fully vaccinated)
— 13.3% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#34. Moore County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 85.0% (44.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 9.0% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: data not available
— 90% full in Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 105 (22 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 42.0% (8,805 fully vaccinated)
— 25.8% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#33. Midland County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 86.0% (14.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 10.3% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 97.0% (23.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 7.8% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 0 (0 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 40.6% (71,749 fully vaccinated)
— 28.3% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#32. El Paso County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 86.0% (20.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 10.3% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 99.0% (42.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 10.0% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 157 (1,320 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 73.2% (614,425 fully vaccinated)
— 29.3% higher vaccination rate than Texas

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#31. Cameron County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 87.0% (2.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 11.5% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 95.0% (6.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 5.6% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 62 (261 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 71.2% (301,284 fully vaccinated)
— 25.8% higher vaccination rate than Texas

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#30. Johnson County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 88.0% (10.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 12.8% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 80.0% (12.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 11.1% more availability than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 176 (309 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 42.9% (75,481 fully vaccinated)
— 24.2% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#29. Harris County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 88.0% (5.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 12.8% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 91.0% (9.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 1.1% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 349 (16,459 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 59.4% (2,801,935 fully vaccinated)
— 4.9% higher vaccination rate than Texas

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#28. Denton County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 88.0% (9.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 12.8% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 93.0% (30.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 3.3% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 111 (982 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 58.3% (517,117 fully vaccinated)
— 3.0% higher vaccination rate than Texas

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#27. Rockwall County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 88.0% (18.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 12.8% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 98.0% (59.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 8.9% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 134 (141 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 54.8% (57,497 fully vaccinated)
— 3.2% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#26. Wise County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 89.0% (14.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 14.1% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 86.0% (24.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 4.4% more availability than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 180 (126 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 36.7% (25,673 fully vaccinated)
— 35.2% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#25. Tarrant County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 89.0% (5.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 14.1% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 89.0% (14.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 1.1% more availability than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 113 (2,370 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 53.1% (1,116,878 fully vaccinated)
— 6.2% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#24. Travis County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 89.0% (3.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 14.1% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 92.0% (9.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 2.2% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 173 (2,210 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 65.9% (839,980 fully vaccinated)
— 16.4% higher vaccination rate than Texas

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#23. Parmer County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 89.0% (19.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 14.1% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: data not available
— 90% full in Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 198 (19 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 38.1% (3,659 fully vaccinated)
— 32.7% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#22. Fort Bend County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 90.0% (6.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 15.4% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 83.0% (9.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 7.8% more availability than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 363 (2,950 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 66.9% (542,914 fully vaccinated)
— 18.2% higher vaccination rate than Texas

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#21. Montgomery County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 90.0% (5.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 15.4% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 92.0% (9.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 2.2% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 234 (1,421 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 51.1% (310,115 fully vaccinated)
— 9.7% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#20. Caldwell County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 90.0% (0.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 15.4% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: data not available
— 90% full in Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 197 (86 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 51.5% (22,493 fully vaccinated)
— 9.0% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#19. Potter County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 91.0% (22.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 16.7% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 91.0% (60.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 1.1% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 383 (450 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 42.0% (49,292 fully vaccinated)
— 25.8% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#18. McLennan County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 91.0% (7.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 16.7% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 92.0% (18.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 2.2% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 107 (274 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 48.5% (124,342 fully vaccinated)
— 14.3% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#17. Collin County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 91.0% (6.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 16.7% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 97.0% (19.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 7.8% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 155 (1,606 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 63.2% (653,585 fully vaccinated)
— 11.7% higher vaccination rate than Texas

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#16. Dallas County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 92.0% (5.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 17.9% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 92.0% (13.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 2.2% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 140 (3,682 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 56.4% (1,485,643 fully vaccinated)
— 0.4% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#15. Grayson County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 92.0% (7.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 17.9% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 98.0% (27.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 8.9% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 84 (114 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 42.4% (57,758 fully vaccinated)
— 25.1% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#14. Walker County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 93.0% (4.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 19.2% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 71.0% (25.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 21.1% more availability than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 107 (78 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 45.6% (33,266 fully vaccinated)
— 19.4% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#13. Nolan County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 93.0% (6.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 19.2% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 97.0% (6.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 7.8% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 27 (4 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 39.8% (5,853 fully vaccinated)
— 29.7% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#12. Navarro County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 94.0% (20.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 20.5% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 92.0% (25.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 2.2% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 112 (56 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 42.2% (21,126 fully vaccinated)
— 25.4% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#11. Brown County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 94.0% (6.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 20.5% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 95.0% (18.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 5.6% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 169 (64 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 39.1% (14,821 fully vaccinated)
— 30.9% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#10. Wilbarger County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 94.0% (36.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 20.5% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 100.0% (100.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 11.1% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 470 (60 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 49.1% (6,268 fully vaccinated)
— 13.3% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#9. Gaines County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 94.0% (0.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 20.5% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: data not available
— 90% full in Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 33 (7 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 20.6% (4,420 fully vaccinated)
— 63.6% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#8. Galveston County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 95.0% (5.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 21.8% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 96.0% (11.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 6.7% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 248 (850 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 56.8% (194,292 fully vaccinated)
— 0.4% higher vaccination rate than Texas

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#7. Taylor County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 95.0% (10.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 21.8% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 99.0% (29.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 10.0% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 96 (133 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 46.2% (63,710 fully vaccinated)
— 18.4% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#6. Webb County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 97.0% (4.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 24.4% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 94.0% (7.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 4.4% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 55 (153 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 79.5% (220,008 fully vaccinated)
— 40.5% higher vaccination rate than Texas

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#5. Ellis County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 97.0% (9.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 24.4% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 95.0% (20.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 5.6% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 183 (338 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 50.3% (92,882 fully vaccinated)
— 11.1% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#4. Hunt County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 97.0% (8.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 24.4% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 97.0% (32.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 7.8% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 146 (144 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 40.3% (39,685 fully vaccinated)
— 28.8% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#3. Parker County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 97.0% (12.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 24.4% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 99.0% (28.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 10.0% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 159 (227 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 42.9% (61,243 fully vaccinated)
— 24.2% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#2. Coryell County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 100.0% (7.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 28.2% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: 100.0% (0.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 11.1% more full than Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 92 (70 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 44.7% (33,979 fully vaccinated)
— 21.0% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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#1. Fayette County, TX

– Inpatient beds occupied: 100.0% (2.0% by COVID-19 patients)
— 28.2% more full than Texas overall
– ICU beds occupied: data not available
— 90% full in Texas overall
– Cases per 100k in last 7 days: 79 (20 cases)
– Population that is fully vaccinated: 47.6% (12,062 fully vaccinated)
— 15.9% lower vaccination rate than Texas

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