Houston residents receive alert urging them to cancel New Years celebrations | Univision 45 Houston KXLN

HOUSTON, Texas. – Residents of Houston They receive a public safety alert urging them to avoid end-of-year meetings.

“Covid-19 is increasing at a dangerous rate in Harris County. Cancel all meetings, do not hold the New Year with anyone who does not live at home, protect yourself, your family and medical personnel, “said the alert received on Wednesday, December 30.

In the greater Houston area they have been detected as of Wednesday, December 30, 342,889 coronavirus cases. The authorities confirmed 3,794 deaths between Houston and Matagorda, Harris, Fort Bend, Brazoria, Liberty, Galveston, Montgomery, Wharton and Chambers counties. However, 278,049 patients have recovered.

Houston and Harris County: 234,736 cases; 199,862 recovered and 2,624 dead

Fort Bend County: 31,865 cases; 23,781 recovered and 350 dead

Montgomery County: 26,379 cases; 13,855 recovered and 187 dead

Galveston County: 19,412 cases; 15,427 recovered and 176 dead

For more information on the cases you can visit the website of the Galveston County.

Brazoria County: 19,894 cases; 15,131 recovered and 204 dead

Matagorda County: 1,728 cases; 1,681 recovered and 64 dead

Authorities confirmed the death of a man, around 90 years old. This was the first coronavirus death in the Houston area and in Texas from coronavirus. For more details about the cases you can visit the website of the Matagorda County.

Chambers County: 2,627 cases; 2,317 recovered and 26 dead

For more details about the cases you can visit the website of the Chambers county.

Liberty County: 3,309 cases; 3,830 recovered and 89 dead

For more details on the cases you can visit the website of the Liberty County.

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Wharton County: 2,390 cases; 2,165 recovered and 74 dead

For more details about the cases you can visit the website of the Wharton County.

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