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With 2 additional Kerr County COVID-19 deaths, February's toll climbs to 10

The latest COVID-19 deaths were Feb. 4 and Feb. 12.

Kerr County saw two more residents die from COVID-19 in February, driving the month's fatalities to 10. The Texas Department of State Health Services said the deaths happened on Feb. 4 and Feb. 12.

The number of fatalities is double from the 2021 death toll for February. More than 200 people have died from COVID-19 since May of 2020. There are now 28 deaths related to COVID-19 for 2022.

On Tuesday, the state reported more than 5,000 new cases — one of the smallest number of new cases since the omicron variant started its surge in December of last year.


The number of positive cases in Kerr County, at least according to the state, was about 20 over the last three days. Peterson Health said it had 23 new cases from the weekend.

Since Jan. 1, more than 6,800 Texans have died from COVID-19. From Jan. 5 to Feb. 11, more than 100 people died from COVID-19 every day in Texas. The state's death toll is now approaching 100,000. DSHS puts the number at more than 82,000, but DSHS doesn't count nursing home deaths and other long-term care facilities.


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