Latest look at Austin's case counts, vaccination percentages and more

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Hello and welcome to Coronavirus Watch, your look at COVID-19 near Austin

In the latest week COVID-19 cases in Texas were at a level the CDC says means substantial community transmission. A Tuesday report said the state had 1,223 COVID-19 patients in hospital beds, from 1,127 a week earlier. Here's a look at some other numbers you should know:

Travis County

  • Residents with at least one dose of vaccine: 82.5%, or 1,050,795 people

  • Coronavirus cases reported: 2,068 in the latest week; 2,183 in the previous week; 252,618 in the pandemic.

  • COVID-19 deaths reported: One in the latest week; one in the previous week; 1,735 in the pandemic.

Williamson County

  • Residents with at least one dose of vaccine: 79.1%, or 467,007 people

  • Coronavirus cases reported: 682 in the latest week; 512 in the previous week; 135,851 in the pandemic.

  • COVID-19 deaths reported: Zero in the latest week; zero in the previous week; 935 in the pandemic.

Hays County

  • Residents with at least one dose of vaccine: 74%, or 170,271 people

  • Coronavirus cases reported: 268 in the latest week; 198 in the previous week; 61,022 in the pandemic.

  • COVID-19 deaths reported: Zero in the latest week; one in the previous week; 498 in the pandemic.

Texas

  • Residents with at least one dose of vaccine: 73.2%, or 21,220,345

  • Coronavirus cases reported: 24,516 in the latest week; 21,206 in the previous week; 6,878,675 in the pandemic.

  • COVID-19 deaths reported: 72 in the latest week; 65 in the previous week; 88,263 in the pandemic.

Sources: USA TODAY Network analysis of Johns Hopkins University data (cases and deaths); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (vaccines); U.S. Health and Human Services (hospitalizations)

This article originally appeared on Austin American-Statesman: Get the latest news on the coronavirus