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Geographical map information and boundaries are not an exact location of confirmed COVID-19 cases and only serve as a general representation of the areas confirmed by state and local officials. Map is current as of the date of its reporting and the "Date Last Updated" specified in the infograph (highlighted in red). Data provided by the Texas Department of State Health Services, which serves as the health department for Kaufman County, and made available as reported by Kaufman County officials.

KAUFMAN COUNTY, Texas — Kaufman County has confirmed eight new COVID-19 cases in Kaufman County in an update on Friday, May 22, 2020, bringing the county total to 179.

144 of the total confirmed cases are presumed recovered, bringing the current presumed active cases to 35, up two from yesterday's reporting.

Kaufman County is also reporting a "probable" COVID-19-related death, in addition to the confirmed COVID-19-related death reported last month.

As of May 20, 2020, the Texas Department of State Health Services reported 1,877 Kaufman County residents have been tested for COVID-19, according to provisional cumulative reporting numbers.

Confirmed COVID-19 case locations with fatalities indicated in brackets (Does not include a geographical indicator for the COVID-19-related death reported as "probable.") : (Represents the general geographical or mailing area and does not specify whether in the city limits or in unincorporated areas of the county. ONLY INCLUDES CASES FOR WHICH REPORTING DATA WAS MADE AVAILABLE BY KAUFMAN COUNTY.)

  • Forney/Mesquite — 101 [1] (Note: A small portion of the Mesquite city limits extend into Kaufman County, only this portion is being counted in the Kaufman County reporting numbers. The remainder of the Mesquite city limits is being reported in Dallas County.)
  • Terrell — 38
  • Crandall/Talty/Heartland/Combine — 10
  • Scurry/Rosser — 3
  • Elmo/College Mound/Wills Point — 2
  • Kaufman — 16
  • Mabank/Kemp — 9

Gender:

  • Male — 91
  • Female — 88

Age Ranges of confirmed cases:

  • 0-9 — 10
  • 10-19 — 12
  • 20-29 — 23
  • 30-39 — 41
  • 40-49 — 48
  • 50-59 — 24
  • 60-64 — 10
  • 65-69 — 4
  • 70-74 — 2
  • 75-79 — 2
  • 80+ — 3

Residents are reminded to continue practicing proper hygiene and social-distancing measures.

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