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March 14, 2020

COVID-19 - The City of Greenville is monitoring the potential impacts of the Coronavirus

GREENVILLE: In order to minimize the impact of the COVID-19 virus to the citizens of
Greenville, the City Council along with the City Manager, have extended the plan to include the following:


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Latest Update:

September 18, 2020 8:16 AM

7 new positive test results for COVID-19 have been reported in Hunt County. The Hunt County Health Department completed an initial investigation and determined that the individuals in question reside in Hunt County. The general information for the 7 new patients is below. Hunt County will include up-to-date hospital numbers in the morning report.
The new cases from today are in the following general areas: Greenville 75401 – 3; Wolfe City 75496 – 2; Commerce 75428 – 1; and Caddo Mills 75135 – 1. Each morning, the County will release and post on its website a new set of numbers and charts showing the total number of cases, including the status and ZIP Codes of those cases. The state’s website includes a map which may be accessed at “” by clicking on the “Texas Case Counts” link.
The State’s COVID-19 fatality numbers exceed the locally-reported numbers of deaths. The State’s reporting can be accessed by clicking on “Fatalities over Time by County” on As of this evening, the state shows 35 COVID-19 fatalities of Hunt County residents. This divergence is due to the way the State calculates COVID-19 deaths, which in part uses death certificate information not yet available to the County. When Hunt County releases its morning reports, it will show the number of State-reported deaths (35), the number of deaths certificates filed with the County (including non-citizen deaths) (33), and the number of County-citizen deaths that the County Health Department has been able to independently confirm (25).
It has been reported that there are a number of COVID-19 positive cases at the campuses of Texas A&M at Commerce. Information related to those case can be accessed at New Hunt County COVID-19 Tracked Cases, as of 8:00pm September 17, 2020: “RAH” means “Recovering at Home,” “HOSP” means “Hospitalized,” “(R)” Means “Reassigned,” and “DECD” means “Deceased.”