Monday: Lubbock at 317 COVID-19 cases; 72 recoveries; 21 deaths - FOX34 Lubbock

Monday: Lubbock at 317 COVID-19 cases; 72 recoveries; 21 deaths

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

The City of Lubbock health department reported 10 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases among the county's residents Monday, bringing the total to 317. Five additional deaths were reported, with 21 total deaths in Lubbock County.

Of the people who were tested and received a positive, 72 are now listed as recovered and completed the required quarantine period.

Here is the category for each of the 317 cases:

Healthcare worker - 15 (4.7%)
Nursing home - 164 (51.7%)
Investigation pending - 19 (5.9%)
Community spread - 54 (17%)
Exposed a known COVID-19 case - 51 (16%)
International travel - 8 (3.2%)
Domestic travel - 6 (2.4%)

Here are confirmed cases by age:
10 to 19 years old - 12 cases
20 to 29 years old - 45 cases
30 to 39 years old - 43 cases
40 to 49 years old - 46 cases
50 to 59 years old - 50 cases
60 to 69 years old - 43 cases
70 to 79 years old - 37 cases
80 to 89 years old - 30 cases
90 or older - 10 cases
Unreported - 1

More data is available on the city's COVID-19 dashboard.

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