Hays County Emergency Information

The May 9 Hays County Local Health Department report showed one new COVID-19 case since Friday. Epidemiologist Eric Schneider said of the County’s 204 lab-confirmed cases to date, 73 are active. He said 129 individuals are now considered recovered.

Total hospitalizations remain at 20, with four persons currently hospitalized. Negative tests are at 1,919 with 16 pending.

Due to the Mother’s Day holiday, this may be the only update for the weekend.

Hays County is offering free one-day COVID-19 testing at two locations (one in Wimberley, one in Dripping Springs) this Sunday, May 10. Individuals must register, complete a health screening and have an appointment. Call 512.883.2400 or visit TXCOVIDTEST.ORG to register and take the health screening. You can call until 5 p.m. Saturday (May 9) and can begin calling again Sunday at 8 a.m.

COVID-19 Case Update May 9:

Lab Confirmed Negative Pending Recovered Active Cases Fatalities Total Hospitalizations Current Hospitalizations
204 1,919 16 129 73 2 20 4

 

Age Range Female Male Total Fatalities
0-9 yrs. 2 0 2 0
10-19 yrs. 5 3 8 0
20-29 yrs. 24 14 38 0
30-39 yrs. 27 20 47  
40-49 yrs. 24 9 33 0
50-59 yrs. 18 24 42 0
60-69 yrs. 12 7 19 0
70-79 yrs. 4 5 9 0
> 80 yrs. 4 2 6 2
TOTAL 120 84 204 2

 

Travel Related 10
No Travel Reported 194
Interview Pending 0
TOTAL 204

 

Area Total Cases Active Cases
Austin 4 0
Bear Creek 1 1
Buda 27 7
Driftwood 2 0
Dripping Springs 6 3
Hays 0 0
Kyle 94 38
Manchaca 0 0
Mountain City 0 0
Neiderwald 2 0
San Marcos 59 20
Uhland 1 0
Wimberley 8 4
Woodcreek 0 0
TOTAL 204 73
Posted by Kim Hilsenbeck Sunday, May 10, 2020 10:30:00 AM

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