Ellis County now has 32 additional confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 and 14 recoveries.


The countywide total has increased to 424 cases of COVID-19, including 331 recoveries.


Ellis County Judge & Emergency Management Director, Tdd Little, stated in a press release, “Additional cases like we have seen today is a reminder that COVID-19 still exists within the community of Ellis County. Residents should remain vigilant and continue to take the highest possible precautionary measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.”


These additional cases include:


Ennis-


● 23 year-old female


● 65 year-old female


Ferris-


● 33 year-old female


● 49 year-old female


● 50 year-old male


Glenn Heights-


● 55 year-old male


Italy-


● 57 year-old female


Maypearl-


● 23 year-old male


Midlothian-


● 25 year-old female


● 25 year-old female


● 44 year-old male


● 54 year-old male


Red Oak-


● 27 year-old female


● 29 year-old resident


(DSHS has not


released the gender


associated with this


case)


● 41 year-old female


and 43 year-old male


of the same


residence


● 43 year-old male


● 45 year-old female


● 45 year-old female


and 52 year-old male


of the same


residence


● 49 year-old male


● 60 year-old male


Waxahachie-


● 22 year-old male


● 26 year-old female


● 28 year-old female


● 31 year-old female


● 35 year-old female


● 39 year-old male


● 47 year-old female


● 47 year-old male


● 53 year-old male


● 65 year-old male of Pleasant Manor Healthcare & Rehabilitation


The DSHS report reflects 5,695 tests have been administered in Ellis County. Updates can be found on their website at https://www.dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/additionaldata/