As testing is rolled out across the state, the number of confirmed cases is climbing, and the number of counties affected is rising. Please note that this does not necessarily signify that the speed of spread is increasing — it’s likely increasing only because of the availability of testing as it rolls out.
There are still no confirmed cases in Kerr County. According to a briefing of the Kerrville City Council on Friday morning, tests will be available to local facilities soon, but so far the quantity of local tests is unknown.
This map shows the county of residence of patients with confirmed cases of COVID-19 according to the Texas Department of State Health Services. This map is updated each day at noon. The map below is current as of March 20, 2020, at noon.
Total tests conducted: 5,277
Total statewide cases: 194