Schleicher County’s COVID-19 tally increased to 12 on Friday, June 19th, with the addition of a Hispanic male in his 30s and a Hispanic female in her 30s, both of whom are said by the San Angelo Health Department to have been exposed to known cases.

It was just a week ago that the county recorded its first case, a Hispanic male in his 30s who was said to have been exposed to the disease through travel.

Since that time, 10 additional cases have been recorded. One of the 10 was attributed to community spread while the remainder were said to have had contact with a known case.

A list of the cases and descriptions provided by the Health Department follows.

June 12, 2020
01) Hispanic male in his 30s -travel related

June 15, 2020
02) Hispanic male in his 30s - exposure to known case
03) Hispanic male in his 20s - exposure to known case
04) Hispanic infant male - exposure to known case
05) Hispanic female in her 20s - exposure to known case

June 16, 2020
06) Hispanic male in his 40s - community spread
07) Hispanic male in his 50s - exposure to known case

June 17, 2020
08) Hispanic female in her 50s - exposure to known case

June 18, 2020
09) Hispanic female in her 20s - exposure to known case
10) Hispanic female in her 20s - exposure to known case

June 19, 2020
11) Hispanic female in her 30s - exposure to known case
12) Hispanic male in his 30s - exposure to known case