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CORONAVIRUS

COVID-19 update: Monday, July 13, 2020

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These statistics include updates from Monday, July 13, 2020.

 

New Mexico 15,291 cases, 424,355 tests (3.604% pos), 548 died, 6,363 recovered, 172 hospitalized.

July 12: 15,028 cases, 418,357 tests (3.605%), 545 died, 6,322 recovered, 170 hospitalized.

Doña Ana County 1,487 cases, 38,681 tests (3.845% pos), 11 died, 586 recovered.

July 12: 1,404 cases, 38,104 tests (3.685%), 11 died, 581 recovered.

Texas 264,313 cases, 2,820,803 tests (9.37% pos), 3,235 died, 136,419 recovered, 10,405 hospitalized.

July 12: 258,658 cases, 2,757,859 tests (9.4%), 3,192 died, 132,638 recovered, 9,689 hospitalized.

El Paso County 9,716 cases, 59,828 tests (16.25% pos), 152 died, 5,879 recovered, 285 hospitalized.

July 12: 9,510 cases, 58,057 tests (16.4%), 151 deaths, 5,699 recovered.

Mexico 299,750 cases, 35,006 died, 184,764 recovered. July 10: 282,283 cases, 33,526 died, 172,230 recovered.

Estado de Chihuahua 5,570 cases, 742 died, 1,610 recovered. July 10: 5,368 cases, 718 died.

Cuidad Juarez 3,121 cases, 566 died, 1,021 recovered. July 10: 3,026 cases, 553 died.

United States 3,366,515 cases, 137,191 died, 988,656 recovered. July 10: 3,165,058 cases, 135,094 died, 951,053 recovered.

Canada 107,590 cases, 8,783 died, 71,467 recovered. July 10: 107,022 cases, 8,759 died, 70,811 recovered.

Worldwide 12,945,505 cases (1,665/M), 571,444 died, 7,001,675 recovered. July 10: 12,268,634 cases (1,578/M), 554,924 died, 6,740,124 recovered.

Population estimates: Worldwide 7.8B; U.S. 329.5M; N.M. 2.1M, Doña Ana County 218T; Texas 29.9M,

El Paso County 841T; Mexico 129M, Estado de Chihuahua 3M, Cuidad Juarez 1.5M; Canada 37.74M.

Timeline: Dec. 31, 2019: Wuhan, China confirmed it was treating virus cases; Jan. 21, 2020: First cases reported in U.S.; Jan. 30: World Health Organization (WHO) declared global health emergency; Feb. 11: WHO created name COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019); Feb. 29: First U.S. death reported; March 13: Trump declared national emergency; March 23: New Mexico public health order closed all non-essential businesses