Sunday, January 24, 2021
Sunday, January 24, 2021

WORST NIGHTMARE! 85 Babies in ONE Texas Town Test Positive for COVID

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NEARLY 100 babies have tested positive for the deadly coronavirus in a strange surge in a small Texas town, Your Content can report.

A total of 85 babies have tested positive for COVID-19 in Nueces County, Texas, the county’s health director said on Friday.

Annette Rodriguez, director of public health for Nueces County, said that as of July 17, more than 80 babies in the county have tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

“We currently have 85 babies under the age of one here in Nueces County that have all tested positive for COVID-19,” Rodriguez said during the livestream. An additional media report indicated that the babies were under age 2.

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