SAN ANGELO, Texas — The Tom Green County Health Department confirmed 1,851 new cases of COVID-19 and 2 additional deaths as a result of infection with the virus from Saturday, January 15, to Tuesday, January 18, 2022.

New positive cases and deaths are released as part of a daily report issued by the City of San Angelo.

According to the report, the patients who died as a result of COVID-19 infection were a fully vaccinated Tom Green County man in his 60s and an unvaccinated Tom Green County man in his 70s. No other information about the patients is currently available.

Active hospitalizations in Tom Green County have risen from 40 patients on January 14th, the last day of reporting before the Martin Luther King Day holiday, to 67 patients today.

Active cases have also risen, climbing from 5,550 on January 14th to 7,525 today.

The full report is included below.

COVID-19 deaths from March 11, 2020, to January 18, 2022. Courtesy: City of San Angelo.
Daily COVID-19 positive cases from March 11, 2020, to January 18, 2022. Courtesy: City of San Angelo
Daily COVID-19 active hospitalizations from May 27, 2020, to January 18, 2022. Courtesy: City of San Angelo

Total cases over last four days: 1,851

Saturday: 473

Sunday: 420

Monday: 341

Tuesday: 617

Jan. 18, 2022, COVID-19 report
Total positive cases: 35,957
Active cases: 7,525
Currently hospitalized: 67
New positives: 617
New deaths: 2

– Male, 70s, Tom Green County: unvaccinated

– Male, 60s, Tom Green County: unvaccinated

Total deaths in Tom Green County: 489 (311 from Tom Green County and 178 from other counties)

Jan. 17, 2022, COVID-19 report
Total positive cases: 35,340
Active cases: 6,990
Currently hospitalized: 60
New positives: 341
New deaths: 0

Jan. 16, 2022, COVID-19 report
Total positive cases: 34,999
Active cases: 6,686
Currently hospitalized: 57
New positives: 420
New deaths: 0

Jan. 15, 2022, COVID-19 report
Total positive cases: 34,579
Active cases: 6,313
Currently hospitalized: 53
New positives: 473
New deaths: 0

*correction: The City of San Angelo initially reported the 60-year-old patient who died as a result of being infected with coronavirus as being unvaccinated. The City later issued a correction. The patient was fully vaccinated.