Sutton County is showing another positive case of COVID-19 according to County Judge Steve Smith.

The new case reported on Monday, June 29, increases the total number of positive COVID-19 cases to five for Sutton County.

All five Sutton County cases are still active, according to Judge Smith. None of the individuals have been hospitalized due to COVID-19.

Sutton County reported its first in-county COVID-19 case on June 18.

That case involved a white male in his 60s. He is a resident of Sonora and the case is considered travel related.

Sutton County reported two more cases on June 22.

The two new cases involved a male in his 40s and a female in her 40s, as reported by DSHS. One is said to be travel related. No other information is available on the second individual.

A fourth case for Sutton County was reported on June 27. That case involved a male in his 60s, according to County Judge Steve Smith. No other information was provided.

That individual is a male in his 60s. No other information was made available.

Smith notified The Devil’s River News on Monday of a fifth case of COVID-19; bring the total number of cases for Sutton County to five.

The case involves a female in her 70s. Smith did not provide any other information about the individual.

Additionally, there have been three confirmed cases for individuals who were tested in Sutton County but live elsewhere.

One individual, a truck drive tested positive on April 22. He is a resident of California. That story was reported in The Devils’ River News.

Since then, two other individuals who were tested in Sonora were reported as positive for Coronavirus. One person is a resident of Tom Green County and the other lives in Irion County, according to Judge Smith.

Currently, the Texas Department of State Health Service (DSHS) shows 3 cases reported. That number is expected to be updates. DSHS updates its COVID-19 case counts daily for Texas and counties individually.

As of Monday morning, June 29, Texas stands at 148,7233 cases reported and 2,393 deaths related to COVID-19 overall.