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23 Mar: CAMERON COUNTY’S THIRD SUPPLEMENTAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ORDER WITH MANDATORY COUNTYWIDE SHELTER IN PLACE
Effective today March 23, 2020, Cameron County Judge Eddie Trevino, Jr. has ordered and mandated a county-wide shelter in place to protect the significant threats of COVID-19 to life, health and property of residents in Cameron County. The third supplemental emergency management order is established on behalf of all of Cameron County and in accordance and conjunction with the National Emergency Declaration issued by President Trump and Governor Abbott's Declaration of Disaster of March 13, 2020 and subsequent orders.
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21 Mar: Cameron County Confirms Four More Travel Related COVID-19 Cases
Cameron County Public Health has received confirmation of four additional travel-related cases of COVID-19. The cases include a 57 year-old female from Harlingen, a 20 year-old male from Brownsville, a 21 year-old male from Rancho Viejo, and a 20 year-old female from Brownsville. All cases report having traveled out of the United States. The individuals are currently under home isolation. The 57-year old female is not linked to either of the first two travel-related cases reported in Cameron County, while it appears the other three cases are related to the first travel-related case reported in Cameron County.
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21 Mar: Extension of Covid-19 Declaration of Local Disaster for Public Health Emergency
Effective today March 21, 2020, Cameron County Judge Eddie Trevino, Jr., with the advice and consent of Commissioners' Court has ordered an extension of the COVID-19 Declaration of Local Disaster for the Public Health Emergency issued and signed on March 16, 2020. This order is issued as an emergency measure and pursuant to the 418 .108 et seq. of the Government Code and the Cameron County Emergency Management Plan to protect the significant threats to life, health and property due to COVID-19.
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21 Mar: Cameron County Confirms SECOND Travel-Related COVID-19 Case
Cameron County Public Health has received confirmation of the second travel-related case of COVID-19. An 81-year old male from Harlingen tested positive after traveling to Florida. On March 19, the patient was tested due to symptoms of cough, congestion, and fever. Cameron County Public Health received laboratory confirmation March 20. The individual is currently under home isolation. This individual is not linked to the first travel-related case.
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20 Mar: Second Supplemental Order and Recommendation
In conjunction with the National Emergency Declaration issued by President Trump and Governor Abbott's Declaration of Disaster of March 13, 2020, and out of an abundance of caution to limit or reduce the spread of COVID-19 to Cameron County, I hereby issue the following Second Supplemental Emergency Management Order & Recommendation in my capacity as Cameron County Judge with the advice and consent of Commissioners Court:

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08 Jul: Cameron County Confirms Additional COVID-19 Related Death
Cameron County has received confirmation of an additional COVID-19 related death of a Cameron County resident. The individual was a 74-year old male resident of Spanish Meadows in Brownsville and was a previously reported case. This raises the number of COVID-19 related deaths in Cameron County to 71. Cameron County has also received confirmation of an additional 123 case reports of COVID-19. This includes the following:
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07 Jul: Cameron County Confirms Additional COVID-19 Related Deaths
Cameron County has received confirmation of two additional COVID-19 related deaths of Cameron County residents. The individuals were a 65-year old female and 81-year old male from Brownsville. They were both previously reported cases. This raises the number of COVID-19 related deaths in Cameron County to 70. Cameron County has also received confirmation of an additional 117 case reports of COVID-19. This includes the following:

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