The city of Kerrville announced six new coronavirus infections, bringing Kerr County's total to 59 COVID-19 cases since the pandemic started.

According to the city, 38 people have active infections and one non-Kerr County resident is hospitalized at Peterson Regional Medical Center with an infection. Twenty locals have recovered from infections, according to the city's Facebook page.

There have been 120,370 coronavirus infections statewide since the pandemic began in March, according to the City of Kerrville Response Hub.



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Alan Pazdernik

Ms Keller is so right more than half do not wear a mask

Kimberlee Keller

What I have been saying all along...face mask order needs to be in place, otherwise, our cases will continue to rise. People, please, for the sake of our community, wear your face masks, practice social distancing, wash your hands with soap and water. This virus is not a joke!!! City and county leaders, please do something like a face mask order to curb the spread before it gets worse!!!

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