Washington County cases per day

As of Thursday, there are 122 active and 181 recovered cases in Washington County. There are 32 confirmed COVID-19 deaths. The Office of Emergency Management receives COVID-19 case data from the state’s Department of State Health Services (DSHS) and the Local Health Authority,

Washington County Judge John Durrenberger and Brenham Mayor Milton Tate want to remind everyone in Washington County to follow the Gov. Greg Abbott’s July 2 Executive Order.

The order requires the use of face coverings while in a business or other building open to the public, as well as in outdoor public spaces, whenever social distancing is not possible in order to protect the wellbeing of citizens statewide. Exceptions to the face covering requirement are allowed for children who are younger than 10 years of age, for those who have a medical condition that prevents wearing of a mask, people who are eating and drinking, and for people who are exercising. Counties with fewer than 20 Coronavirus cases are exempt from the order. Washington County has had 335 positive cases and those numbers continue to increase.

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