COVID-19 Update for Montgomery County - 47 Confirmed Cases

By: Misti Willingham
| Published 03/27/2020

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MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TX – Montgomery County Public Health District, in conjunction with Montgomery County Office of Emergency Management, can confirm Montgomery County now has 47 positive cases of COVID-19.

Confirmed Cases
DATE, SEX, AGE RANGE, LOCATION, TRANSMISSION, STATUS
1. 3/10/20, Male, 40-49, 77356 (Montgomery), community spread, Hospitalized
2. 3/12/20, Female, 40-49, 77382 (Spring), travel-related, Hospitalized
3. 3/12/20, Male, 40-49, 77356 (Montgomery), travel-related, At Home
4. 3/14/20, Female, 40-49, 77356 (Montgomery), Recovered, At Home
5. 3/17/20, Male, 50-59, 77380 (The Woodlands), travel-related, At Home
6. 3/18/20, Male, 40-49, 77382 (Spring), travel-related, At Home
7. 3/18/20, Female, 60-69, 77316 (Montgomery), community spread, At Home
8. 3/19/20, Female, 40-49, 77385 (Conroe), travel-related, At Home
9. 3/19/20, Male, 50-59, 77382 (Spring), community spread, Hospitalized
10. 3/20/20, Female, 50-59, 77365 (Porter), community spread, At Home
11. 3/20/20, Male, 90-99, 77382 (Spring), community spread, At Home
12. 3/20/20, Male, 50-59, 77382 (Spring), travel-related, At Home
13. 3/21/20, Female, 30-39, 77316 (Montgomery), community spread, At Home
14. 3/22/20, Female, 40-49, 77381 (Spring), travel-related, At Home
15. 3/22/20, Male, 40-49, 77303 (Conroe), community spread, At Home
16. 3/23/20, Female, 13-19, 77385 (Conroe), travel-related, At Home
17. 3/23/20, Female, 20-29, 77316 (Montgomery), community spread,At Home
18. 3/23/20, Male, 50-59, 77380 (The Woodlands), travel-related, At Home
19. 3/23/20, Male, 60-69, 77447 (Hockley), travel-related, At Home
20. 3/24/20, Male, 30-39, 77382 (The Woodlands), travel-related, At Home
21. 3/24/20, Female, 60-69, 77303 (Conroe), community spread, Hospitalized
22. 3/24/20, Female, 30-39, 77301 (Conroe), community spread, At Home
23. 3/24/20, Male, 50-59, 77382 (Spring), travel-related, At Home
24. 3/25/20, Female, 30-39, 77365 (Porter), community spread, At Home
25. 3/25/20, Male, 40-49, 77386 (Spring), community spread, At Home
26. 3/25/20, Female, 80-89, 77382 (Spring), community spread, At Home
27. 3/25/20, Male, 50-59, 77380 (Shenandoah), under investigation, At Home
28. 3/25/20, Male, 50-59, 77382 (The Woodlands), travel-related, At Home
29. 3/25/20, Male, 50-59, 77382 (The Woodlands), travel-related, At Home
30. 3/25/20, Male, 60-69, 77303 (Conroe), community spread, At Home
31. 3/25/20, Female, 40-49, 77380 (The Woodlands), travel-related, At Home
32. 3/26/20, Female, 60-69, 77382 (Spring), under investigation, At Home
33. 3/26/20, Male, 40-49, 77365 (Porter), under investigation, At Home
34. 3/26/20, Male, 40-49, 77362 (Pinehurst), under investigation, At Home
35. 3/26/20, Female, 40-49, 77356 (Montgomery), community spread, At Home
36. 3/26/20, Female, 40-49, 77356 (Montgomery), community spread, At Home
37. 3/26/20, Male, 30-39, 77384 (Conroe), under investigation, Hospitalized
38. 3/26/20, Male, 50-59, 77386 (Spring), travel-related, At Home
39. 3/26/20, Male, 60-69, 77385 (Conroe), travel-related, At Home
40. 3/26/20, Male, 40-49, 77316 (Montgomery), travel-related, At Home
41. 3/26/20, Male, 40-49, 77382 (Spring), under investigation, At Home
42. 3/27/20, Male, 60-69, 77306 (Conroe), under investigation, Hospitalized
43. 3/27/20, Male, 50-59, 77365 (Porter), under investigation, At Home
44. 3/27/20, Male, 60-69, 77382 (Spring), community spread, Hospitalized
45. 3/27/20, Female, 50-59, 77378 (Willis), community spread, At Home
46. 3/27/20, Female, 20-29, 77380 (The Woodlands), under investigation, At Home
47. 3/27/20, Male, 20-29, 77380 (The Woodlands), community spread, At Home

The chart will be updated daily by 3:00 p.m.

The current CDC recommendation is that the majority of people who contract this virus can successfully recover at home. If you start experiencing symptoms which include coughing, fever and shortness of breath, and they become severe – contact your healthcare provider. The CDC believes that symptoms of COVID-19 may appear in as few as 2 days or as long as 14 days after exposure.

Tips for the general public:

- Wash hands often for 20 seconds and encourage others to do the same.
- If no soap and water are available, use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
- Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue, then throw the tissue away.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
- Disinfect surfaces, buttons, handles, knobs, and other places touched often.
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick.

For more information, please see https://www.dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/.

Montgomery County Public Health District’s mission is promoting a healthy, resilient community through health education, disease prevention, clinical services, and emergency preparedness. For more information about the Montgomery County Public Health District please go to www.mcphd-tx.org.

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