MIDLAND, Texas (Nexstar) – The City of Midland has released unconfirmed COVID-19 numbers from the last two weeks after the rise in cases cause a delay in contacting patients.
The city did confirm 210 cases from November 5. This means the Midland Health Department has contacted those people and confirmed their residency, gathered their contact tracing information and advised them on guidelines.
The City also released unconfirmed numbers. These numbers have been reported to the Health Department by different testing entities but the contacting by the department has not been finished. This is a look at the unconfirmed numbers from November 6-18.
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These unconfirmed cases total 2,284.
You can find the Midland Health Department statistics by following this link.