One new death from COVID-19 confirmed by TGC Health Department

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SAN ANGELO, Texas — The Tom Green County Health Department has confirmed the death of one additional patient from causes related to infection with COVID-19, according to a statement issued by the City of San Angelo today, Friday, September 3, 2021.

The patient, according to the statement, was a partially vaccinated Runnels County man in his 70s. No other information about the patient is currently available.

So far, 374 patients have died from COVID-19 -related causes in Tom Green County. Of those patients, 243 were residents of Tom Green County; 131 were residents of other counties.

The full statement by the City of San Angelo is below.


COVID-19-related deaths in Tom Green County from March 11, 2020 to September 3, 2021
Total Deaths: 374
Tom Green County Residents: 243
Residents of other counties: 131
Female: 156
Male: 218

Age ranges:
20s: 1
30s: 4
40s: 18
50s: 41
60s: 100
70s: 109
80s: 75
90s: 25
COVID-19-related deaths in Tom Green County from March 11, 2020 to September 3, 2021. Courtesy: City of San Angelo

The Health Department has confirmed an additional COVID-19-related death in Tom Green County:

– Male, 70s, Runnels County: partially vaccinated

This brings the total COVID-19-related death count in Tom Green County to 374: 243 from Tom Green County and 131 from other counties. We do not have any further information about the patient at this time.

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