Data

City/County of El Paso COVID-19 Results

Positive
TESTED BY:
The Dept. of Public Health Lab
TESTED BY:
Other Outside Laboratories

Patients Tested
By The Dept. of Public Health Lab

Negative Tests
By The Dept. of Public Health Lab

Total Tests
Estimate is based on daily reporting by private laboratories. Not all private labs report daily. *This data will be updated by 5pm each day.
Last updated 07/01/2020

Deaths
Related to COVID-19

Recovered Cases

Active Cases
No. of patients known to be infected.

Pending Results
By The Dept. of Public Health Lab

Under Monitoring

Staffed Hospital Beds
In El Paso County

Licensed Hospital Beds
In El Paso County

Staffed ICU Beds
In El Paso County

Licensed ICU Beds
In El Paso County

Ventilators
In El Paso County

Currently Hospitalized

Patients in ICU

Patients on Ventilators

City/County Map

The locations on this map are only approximations of COVID-19 positive cases. *This data will be updated by 5pm each day.

Covid 19 map

This map shows the amount of positive COVID-19 cases by ZIP codes and the number of cases in parenthesis: 79821 (26), 79835 (140), 79836 (59), 79838 (61), 79849 (138), 79853 (40), 79901 (167), 79902 (190), 79903 (212), 79904 (165), 79905 (190), 79907 (358), 79911 (30), 79912 (421), 79915 (239), 79922 (29), 79924 (294), 79925 (323), 79927 (389), 79928 (497), 79930 (171), 79932 (147), 79934 (102), 79935 (127), 79936 (765), 79938 (844)


Cases by Sex

Cases by sex

Cases by Age

cases by age


Weekly Reports

Weekly report cases

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COVID-19 CASES as of June 26, 2020.
Line graph with total number of cumulative positive cases (5,217), recovered cases (3,550), and total deaths (126).

Day by day cases

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COVID-19 DAY BY DAY CASES as of June 26, 2020.
Line graph with data points illustrating the day-by-day case numbers beginning on March 13, 2020 to June 26, 2020.

hospitalization rates cumulative

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underlying conditions at time of death

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cumulative cfr and mortality rate

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testing data

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cases by zip code

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Bar graph title POSITIVE CASES BY ZIP CODE as of June 26, 2020.
Bars describing positive cases by Zip Code: 79821 (25), 79835 (136), 79836 (47), 79838 (46), 79849 (129), 79853 (38), 79901 (110), 79902 (175), 79903 (187), 79904 (140), 79905 (177), 79907 (305), 79911 (28), 79912 (348), 79915 (199), 79922 (25), 79924 (257), 79925 (291), 79927 (324), 79928 (420), 79930 (144), 79932 (128), 79934 (92), 79935 (104), 79936 (626), 79938 (716)

clusters report

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COVID-19 CLUSTERS REPORT as of June 26, 2020.
Bars describe number of cases per cluster and line describes total number of clusters per category Correctional-Detention facilities (12 facilities, 83 positive staff, 351 positive residents); Elderly Care Facilities (28 facilities, 174 positive staff, 235 positive residents, 30 resident deaths); General Businesses (53 facilities, 252 positive staff; 6 staff deaths); Healthcare Facilities (30 facilities, 233 positive staff; 16 positive residents; 2 staff deaths); Government (14 facilities, 80 positive staff); Call Centers (5 facilities, 42 positive staff, 1 staff death); Super Stores (9 facilities, 28 positive staff); Restaurants (9 facilities, 25 staff cases); Construction/Repair (8 facilities, 22 positive staff, 1 staff death); Schools (7 facilities, 22 cases); Shelters (2 facilities, 5 positive staff, 3 positive residents); Child Daycare (2 facility, 4 positive staff).

source of exposure

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Graphic shows pyramid bar chart about Cases by age and gender.
Females under 10: 127. Females in their 10s: 142. Females in their 20s: 560. Females in their 30s: 430. Females in their 40s: 413. Females in their 50s: 398. Females in their 60s: 289. Females in their 70s: 125. Females in their 80s: 90. Females in their 90s: 36. Females in their 100s: 2. Males under 10: 119. Males in their 10s: 125. Males in their 20s: 647. Males in their 30s: 579. Males in their 40s: 406. Males in their 50s: 390. Males in their 60s: 256. Males in their 70s: 164. Males in their 80s: 83. Males in their 90s: 37. Males in their 100s: 0

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Graphic shows bar graph about COVID Related Deaths.
Ages 20 to 29: 0 male; 1 female. Ages 30 to 39: 1 male; 1 female. Ages 40 to 49: 4 male; 4 female. Ages 50 to 59: 16 male; 4 female. Ages 60 to 69: 19 male; 11 female. Ages 70 to 79: 18 male; 13 female. Ages 80 to 89: 16 male; 7 female Ages 90 to 99: 4 male; 7 female.

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Graphic shows pie chart Title: Death by Age Group.
Pie Slice for ages 90-99 (8.7 percent). Pie Slice for ages 80-89 (18.2 percent). Pie Slice for ages 70-79 (24.6 percent). Pie Slice for ages 60-69 (23.8 percent). Pie Slice for ages 50-59 (16 percent). Pie Slice for ages 40-49 (6.3 percent). Pie Slice for ages 30-39 (1.6 percent). Pie Slice for ages 20-29 (0.8 percent).

cases and hospitalizations by CDC Week

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cases and avg hospitalizations by CDC Week

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Graphic shows pie chart Title: Hospital Admission by Age Range.
Overall 442 total admissions. Pie Slice for ages 90-99 (20; 4.52percent). Pie Slice for ages 80-89 (38; 8.6 percent). Pie Slice for ages 70-79 (70; 15.84 percent). Pie Slice for ages 60-69 (101; 22.85 percent). Pie Slice for ages 50-59 (93; 21.04 percent). Pie Slice for ages 40-49 (49; 11.09 percent). Pie Slice for ages 30-39 (31; 7.01 percent). Pie Slice for ages 20-29 (28; 6.33 percent)

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Graphic shows pie chart title: Deaths by Ethnicity. Pie Slice for Hispanic (92.62 percent). Pie Slice for Non-Hispanic (7.38 percent).

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Graphic shows pie chart title: Deaths by Race. Pie Slice for White (99.18 percent). Pie Slice for Unknown (0.82 percent).

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Graphic shows pie chart Title: Source of Exposure.
Pie Slice for Close Contact (45.69 percent). Pie Slice for Travel (17.54 percent). Pie Slice for Community Transmission (36.76 percent).

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Graphic shows bar graph about Race: County Comparison.
African American (County bar graph is at 4 percent, Positive COVID cases 1 percent). Asian (County bar graph is at 1 percent, Positive COVID cases 0 percent). Hispanic (County bar graph is at 83 percent, Positive COVID cases 92 percent). Native American (County bar graph is at 1 percent, Positive COVID cases 0 percent). Other (County bar graph is at 2 percent, Positive COVID cases 1 percent). Pacific Islander (County bar graph is at 0 percent, Positive COVID cases 0 percent). White Only (County bar graph is at 9 percent, Positive COVID cases 6 percent).

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Graphic shows bar graph about Gender Ratio: County Comparison.
Female (County bar graph is at 51 percent, Positive COVID cases 52 percent). Male (County bar graph is at 49 percent, Positive COVID cases 48 percent).

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Graphic shows bar graph about Health Indicators: County Comparison.
Diabetes (County bar graph is at 14 percent, Positive COVID cases 14 percent). Heart Disease (County bar graph is at 6 percent, Positive COVID cases 3 percent). Hypertension (County bar graph is at 25 percent, Positive COVID cases 21 percent). Stroke (County bar graph is at 3 percent, Positive COVID cases 1 percent). No Health Insurance (County bar graph is at 24 percent, Positive COVID cases 33 percent)

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Graphic shows pie chart COVID-19 Cases with co-morbidities. 32.4 percent of patients have one or more co-morbidities. Pie Slice with 1 Co-Morbidity (31.1 percent). Pie Slice with 2 Co-Morbidity (22.6 percent). Pie Slice with 3 Co-Morbidity (17.1 percent). Pie Slice with 4 Co-Morbidity (11.4 percent). Pie Slice with 5 Co-Morbidity (8.7 percent) Pie Slice with 6 Co-Morbidity (8.7 percent) Pie Slice with 7 Co-Morbidity (4.7 percent) Pie Slice with 7 Co-Morbidity (4.4 percent)

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Graphic shows pie chart of Hospital Admissions by Age Range. 892 total patients have been admitted to a hospital. Pie Slice for patients 12 and under (1.35 percent). Pie Slice for teenager patients (0.90 percent). Pie Slice for patients 20-29 years old (6.16 percent). Pie Slice for patients 30-39 years old (7.85 percent). Pie Slice for patients 40-49 years old (10.65 percent). Pie Slice for patients 50-59 years old (20.4 percent). Pie Slice for patients 60-69 years old (22.2 percent). Pie Slice for patients 70-79 years old (16.59 percent). Pie Slice for patients 80-89 years old (10.09 percent). Pie Slice for patients 90-99 years old (3.81 percent).

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Graphic shows bar graph about Age Range: County Comparison Age Group Under Age 5 (County bar graph is at 8 percent, Positive COVID cases 2 percent). Age Group 5-17 (County bar graph is at 27 percent, Positive COVID cases 6 percent). Age Group 18-64 (County bar graph is at 53 percent, Positive COVID cases 76 percent). Age Group 65+ (County bar graph is at 12 percent, Positive COVID cases 16 percent).

Mortality Rate by Age Group

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Graphic shows bar graph about Mortality Rate by Age Group.
20s: 0 percent male; less than 1 percent female. 30s: less than 1 percent male; less than 1 percent female. 40s: 1 percent male; 1 percent female. 50s: 4.36 percent male; 1.01 percent female. 60s: 7.81 percent male; 3.81 percent female. 70s: 12.20 percent male; 8.80 percent female. 80s: 20.48 percent male; 6.67 percent female. 90s: 10.81 percent male; 19.44 percent female.

COVID-19 Reports