Jim Wells County received confirmation of 31 additional COVID-19 cases bringing the new total, to 433 on Monday July, 20.


Case # 403: Male in his 20's


Case # 404: Female in her 60's


Case # 405: Female in her 40's


Case # 406: Male in his 50's


Case # 407: Female in her 40's


Case # 408: Male in his ones


Case # 409: Female in her 60's


Case # 410: Female in her 40's


Case # 411: Male in his ones


Case # 412: Male in his 30's


Case # 413: Male in his 50's


Case # 414: Male in his 50's


Case # 415: Male in his 50's


Case # 416: Female in her 40's


Case # 417: Female in her 50's


Case # 418: Female in her 30's


Case # 419: Female in her 50's


Case # 420: Male in his ones


Case # 421: Male in his 20's


Case # 422: Male in his 80's


Case # 423: Male in his 40's


Case # 424: Male in his 30's


Case # 425: Male in his teens


Case # 426: Male in his 40's


Case # 427: Male in his teens


Case # 428: Female in her teens


Case # 429: Female in her 40's


Case # 430: Male in his 40's


Case # 431: Female in her teens


Case # 432: Male in his 60's


Case # 433: Female in her 40's


Seven cases were removed from Isolation today.


Erik Nisimblat MD presented an in-depth, COVID-19 presentation about local area concerns during the commissioners court meeting, this morning. The presentation included information on local numbers, local positive rates, testing, testing issues and the importance of adopting new measures and social behaviors to decrease the COVID-19 surge and a potential disaster this fall.


"Local hospitals are currently being compromised and needing Federal help from FEMA, the local health system could potentially face the fall flu season with a very fractured health care system," said Nisimblat MD.


The full in-depth COVID-19 presentation by Dr. Erik Nisimblat MD can be viewed on the Jim Wells County Commissioners Court website on youtube or on the Alice Echo- News Journal Facebook.