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Health officials report six COVID-19 related deaths in Nueces County on Aug. 11

The Corpus Christi - Nueces County Public Health District announced six COVID-19 related deaths.
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CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — UPDATE AUGUST 11: The Corpus Christi-Nueces County Public Health District announced six COVID-19 related deaths on Tuesday, August 11. According to city officials, the patients include 4 males and 2 females with ages ranging in their 50s, 60s (2), and 70s (3). 

"The comorbidities of the patients included hypertension, coronary artery disease, and congestive heart failure. Our condolences go out to their families and friends," said health officials. 

UPDATE AUGUST 7: 
Nueces County Public Health District reported two COVID-19 related deaths. 

According to officials, the patients were 2 females with ages ranging in their 50s and 70s.
Officials say "the comorbidities of the patients included diabetes, heart disease, and hypertension." 

UPDATE AUGUST 6: 
Nueces County Public Health District reported ten COVID-19 related deaths. 

According to officials, the patients were 7 males and 3 females with ages ranging in their 60s, 70s (3), 80s (5), and 90s.

Officials say "the comorbidities of the patients included coronary artery disease, diabetes, and hypertension."

UPDATE AUGUST 4: 

Nueces County Public Health District reported eight COVID-19 related deaths. 

According to officials, the patients were 7 males and one female with ages ranging in their 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s (3), and 80s (2).

Officials say "the comorbidities of the patients included hypertension and diabetes." 

UPDATE July 29:
Nueces County Public Health District reported eight COVID-19 related deaths. 

According to officials, the patients were 6 males and 2 females with ages ranging in their 20s, 50s (2), 60s (2), 70s (2), and 80s. 

Officials say "the comorbidities of the patients included diabetes and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease."

UPDATE July 27: 

Nueces County Public Health District reported four COVID-19 related deaths. According to officials, the patients were 5 males and 2 females with ages ranging in their 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s (3), and 80s. 

Officials say "the comorbidities of the patients included hypertension and coronary artery disease."

UPDATE July 26: 

Nueces County Public Health District reported four COVID-19 related deaths.
According to officials, the patients were 2 males and 2 females with ages ranging in their 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s.

UPDATE July 25: 

Nueces County Public Health District reported eight COVID-19 related deaths.

According to officials, the patients were 6 males and 2 females with ages ranging in their 40s, 50s (2), 60s, 70s (3), and 80s.

Officials say "the comorbidities of the patients included hypertension and coronary heart disease."

UPDATE July 22: 

Nueces County Public Health District reported eight COVID-19 related deaths.
According to officials, the patients were 5 males and 3 females with ages ranging in their 50s, 60s (3) and 70s (3), 80s. 

Officials say "the comorbidities of the patients included hypertension, congestive heart failure, and obesity."

UPDATE July 22: 
Nueces County Public Health District reported eight COVID-19 related deaths.

According to officials, the patients were 5 males and 3 females with ages ranging in their 50s (2), 60s and 70s (3), 80s, and 90s. 

Officials say "the comorbidities of the patients included coronary artery disease, hypertension, congestive heart failure, and dementia."


UPDATE July 21: 
Nueces County Public Health District reported five COVID-19 related deaths on Tuesday, July 21.
According to officials, 4 patients were male and 1 patient was female with ages ranging in the '30s, '60s and '70s. 

Officials say "The comorbidities of the patients included coronary artery disease, hypertension, and obesity."

UPDATE July 20: 

Nueces County Public Health District reported eight COVID-19 related deaths on Monday, July 20.

According to officials, 5 patients were male and 3 were females with ages ranging in their 40’s to 80’s.

Officials say "the comorbidities of the patients included hypertension, diabetes, and cancer."

UPDATE: July 14:

Corpus Christi-Nueces County Public Health District officials reported six COVID-19 related deaths. Five of the patients were males and one was female. One patient was in their 60's, three were in their 70's and two were in their 80's. 

According to officials "comorbidities of the patients included hypertension, anemia and urinary tract infection." 

UPDATE: July 12, 4:19 p.m. Corpus Christi - Nueces County Public Health District officials announced four COVID-19 related deathsThe patients were two males and two females in their 60s. 

"Comorbidities of the patients included hypertension, diabetes, and thyroid disorder. Our condolences go out to the families and friends of the deceased residents," sated health officials. 

UPDATE: July 11, 447 p.m. Corpus Christi - Nueces County Public Health District officials announced eight COVID-19 related deaths. 

"The patients were males with ages ranging in their 30s (2), 50s (2), 60s (2) and 70s (2). Comorbidities of the patients included hypertension, obesity, diabetes, and chronic kidney disease. Our condolences go out to the families and friends of the deceased residents," stated city officials. 

Further information is not being released for privacy and confidentiality reasons.

UPDATE: July 10, 4:45 a.m. 5 deaths, 412 new coronavirus cases for Nueces County. Here's a breakdown of cases in the Coastal Bend.

 July 10, 10:14 a.m. City councilman, Ben Molina, announced via social media that the Health District received notice of a COVID-19 related death of an infant. "My deepest condolences go out to the family," stated City councilman, Ben Molina in the Facebook post. 

According to health officials, the infant was a male under 6 months of age. 

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UPDATE: July 9, 8 p.m. Three COVID-19 related deaths reported today for Nueces County. City officials announced that the patients were two males and one female with ages ranging in their 70s and 80s (2). Underlying health issues included chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, congestive heart failure, and diabetes. The death total is now at 38.

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UPDATE: July 8, 5 p.m. Eight additional coronavirus related deaths for Nueces County. The patients were 4 males and 4 females with ages ranging in their 20s, 50s, 60s (2), 70s (3), and 80s.  

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UPDATE: July 7, 3:12 p.m. Three additional deaths have been reported via City Councilman Ben Molina's Facebook post. The total is now at 27.

UPDATE: July 7, 11:27 a.m. Two more COVID-19 deaths have been confirmed by city officials. The total of deaths to date is now at 24. 

UPDATE: July 7, 10:28 a.m. City officials confirm three additional COVID-19 related deaths on Tuesday morning. Health issues included high B/P; hyperlipidemia, wastage renal disease, and according to officials, the patients were in the 50s and 80s. The total of deaths to date is now at 22.

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UPDATE: July 6, 9:29 p.m. Nueces County is reporting an additional death due to the coronavirus. The patient was between the ages of 80 to 89. City Councilman, Ben Molina, announced via Facebook that the patient had underlying health issues which included coronary artery disease, hypertension, and anemia. The 3 deaths bring the total of deaths related to COVID-19 in Nueces County to 19.

UPDATE:  July 6, 11:42 a.m. Nueces County Public Health District received notification of another Nueces County COVID-19 related death. "The patient was a male between the ages of 20-29 and was hospitalized in late-June. His only underlying medical condition was obesity. Our condolences go out to the family and friends of the deceased," city health officials said. This brings the total number of deaths related to COVID-19 to 18 in Nueces County.

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UPDATE: July 5, 10:52 p.m. Nueces County Public Health District received preliminary notification of 3 additional COVID-19 related deaths. The details regarding the patients are not currently available. The 3 deaths bring the total of deaths related to COVID-19 in Nueces County to 17.

UPDATE: July 5, 6:46 p.m. The Corpus Christi - Nueces County Public Health District received notification today of another Nueces County COVID-19 related death. The patient was a female between the ages of 80-89 and was hospitalized in late-June. Her comorbidities included congestive heart failure as well as kidney failure. This brings the total number of deaths since the pandemic started to 14.
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UPDATE: July 4, 6:19 p.m. Corpus Christi-Nueces County Public Health District received notification of the deaths of two Nueces County residents due to COVID-19. The patients were a male and a female who were both hospitalized when they passed away. The male patient was between the ages of 40-49 and was hospitalized in late-June. His underlying medical conditions included hypertension and diabetes. The female patient was between the ages of 90-99 and was hospitalized in July. This brings the total number of deaths since the pandemic started to 13.

UPDATE: July 4, 1:48 p.m. Nueces County Public Health District received notification of the death of a Nueces County resident due to COVID-19. The patient was a female between the age of 60-69 and was hospitalized in July. This brings the total number of deaths since the pandemic started to 11.
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UPDATE: July 3, 12:29 p.m. Corpus Christi-Nueces County Public Health District received notification of the death of a Nueces County resident due to COVID-19. The patient was a female between the age of 60-69 and was hospitalized in late-June. This brings the total number of deaths since the pandemic started to 10.

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