COVID in Context: Texas has seen 768 breakthrough infections, 9% in Brazos Valley/CenTex region

Updated: Jun. 10, 2021 at 10:54 AM CDT
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BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - Through June 1, municipal and regional health districts have reported 768 breakthrough COVID-19 infections to the state of Texas.

A breakthrough infection is defined as a positive COVID-19 infection in a person who has been fully vaccinated for the virus.

Of the 768 cases, 35 percent were asymptomatic while 8 percent were hospitalized.

The cases are also identified by the Public Health Region in which they occurred.

Public Health RegionNumber of breakthrough COVID-19 infections% of total Texas breakthrough infections

Brazos County is included in PHR 7 with most Brazos Valley and Central Texas counties (see pink region below). PHR 7 is responsible for 68 of the 768 breakthrough cases.

Per data from Texas DSHS
Per data from Texas DSHS(KBTX)

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