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ANDREWS – Andrews County on Wednesday experienced its first COVID-19 death when a person in their mid-40s encountered severe health issues at home and could not be resuscitated, according to local healthcare officials. The initial death of a person with a virus case here came during a time Andrews is experiencing a surge in positive test numbers, they added. The case spike that began a couple of weeks ago has continued, resulting in the number of confirmed cases surpassing 60 on Friday, according to Andrews County Health Department reports. In two weeks, Andrews County’s confirmed cases have more than doubled from 30 on ...

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Lamesa Press-Reporter

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