Wednesday: Lubbock at 516 COVID-19 cases; 259 active; 214 recove - FOX34 Lubbock

Wednesday: Lubbock at 516 COVID-19 cases; 259 active; 214 recoveries and 43 deaths

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

 

The City of Lubbock confirmed nine additional COVID-19 cases among the county's residents Wednesday. No new deaths were reported.

The total number of cases is 516. Of those people who were tested and received a positive: 259 are active cases, 214 are recovered and 43 people have died.

 

The city has much more detailed data at its COVID-19 dashboard.

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