Larson: COVID-19 situation in Hill County is dire
Restrictions will hit if case rate doesn't go down
Last updated 10/19/2020 at 1:27pm
Hill County Public Health Director and Health Officer Kim Larson Friday during a county Board of Health meeting described the COVID-19 situation in the county as dire.
She said that Friday, Oct. 9, the county had 305 total cases, with 117 active, one hospitalization, and five deaths, but the last week has seen all those numbers shoot up drastically.
"As of last (Thursday) night, at 5 p.m. we've added 169 cases, with 205 active, eight hospitalizations and 12 deaths," Larson said. "It's been a very busy week."
The report Sunday night listed Hill County with 241 active cases, seven active h...