The county saw one new COVID-19 related death Tuesday, as incidence rates fell slightly, according to the Bell County Public Health District.
“We added one death for a woman in her 60s from Killeen for a new total of 426,” Dr. Amanda Robison-Chadwell, director of the district, said. Our thoughts are with their loved ones.”
Robison-Chadwell said the county also saw a decrease in the incidence rate, which is now 76.9 cases per 100,000 people. The rate has continued to remain level over the past few weeks, with the county currently having 279 active cases of the virus.
So far the county has seen a total of 22,149 reported cases of COVID-19, with 21,444 recoveries.