Confirmed COVID-19 cases stand at 2450 across the Tri-State area


As of Thursday, May 7, there have been 2450 confirmed cases of COVID-19 across the Tri-State area.

In adherence to Gov. Greg Abbott’s Executive Order GA 21, businesses such as barber shops, hair salons and nail salons will be allowed to reopen statewide beginning Friday (May 8) under certain guidelines and restrictions. The governor’s executive order applies statewide, including for the City of Amarillo.

Beginning May 18, businesses such as gyms will be permitted to open, with certain guidelines and restrictions.

Below is a breakdown of cases, deaths, and recoveries by county:

Cases in the Texas Panhandle:

Armstrong County: 2
Briscoe County: 1
Carson County: 1
Castro County: 20
Childress County: 1
Collingsworth County: 1
Cottle County: 2
Dallam County: 11
Deaf Smith County: 41
Donley County: 25
Gray County: 73
Hansford County: 12
Hartley County: 6
Hemphill County: 1
Hutchinson County: 21
Lipscomb County: 2
Moore County: 454
Ochiltree County: 25
Oldham County: 3
Parmer County: 10
Potter County: 1027
Randall County: 343
Roberts County: 2
Sherman County: 19
Swisher County: 10
Wheeler County: 13

Recoveries in the Texas Panhandle:

Castro County: 10
Dallam County: 5
Deaf Smith County: 11
Donley County: 21
Gray County: 24
Hansford County: 1
Hutchinson County: 11
Moore County: 153
Potter County: 122
Randall County: 95
Sherman County: 8
Swisher County: 4
Wheeler County: 4

Deaths in the Texas Panhandle:

Castro County: 1
Hansford County: 2
Hartley County: 2
Ochiltree County: 1
Oldham County: 1
Moore County: 6
Potter County and Randall County: 18

Cases in the Oklahoma Panhandle:

Beaver County: 8
Cimarron County: 1
Texas County: 274

Deaths in the Oklahoma Panhandle:

Texas County: 3

Recoveries in the Oklahoma Panhandle:

Texas County: 107

Cases across Eastern New Mexico:

Curry County: 23
Quay County: 4
Roosevelt County: 11
Union County: 3

There is one death in Eastern New Mexico:

Quay: 1

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