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Posted on: February 4, 2022

[ARCHIVED] PAHD Reports: Positive COVID Cases for February 3, 2022

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The Port Arthur Health Department is encouraging everyone to get a vaccine against COVID-19 to protect themselves and their family members at home, school, work, and play. When testing positive, please protect yourself, your family, and others.

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From February 3, 2022, the City of Port Arthur Health Department is reporting COVID-19 positive individuals for Port Arthur, Groves, Nederland, and Port Neches. There are confirmations of forty-five   for Port Arthur; twenty   for Groves; nine for Nederland, and ten for Port Neches. The total number of COVID-19 positive cases reported is eighty-four.

                              

COVID Related Deaths Reported Today

(0) Port Arthur (0) Groves (0) Nederland (0) Port Neches

                                                    

Total Testing Positive in Port Arthur Since Testing Began     

6369

 

 

 

Total Testing Positive in Groves Since Testing Began

   2377

  

Total Testing Positive in Nederland Since Testing Began

3655

 

 

 

Total Testing Positive in Port Neches Since Testing Began

2186

 


Please call the City of Port Arthur Health Department’s COVID line at (409) 983-8880 for additional information and guidance on test sites. Call (409) 332-6215 for information about the

 COVID Vaccines.


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NOTE: Antibody therapies are... available to certain high-risk patients and require a drug order (similar to a prescription) from a healthcare provider.

Who Qualifies for Monoclonal Antibody Therapy?

Monoclonal antibody therapy is available for children, aged 12 years or older that weigh at least 88 lbs (40 kg), and adults who:

  1. Have tested positive for COVID-19, and
  2. Have mild to moderate symptoms of the disease for 10 days or less, and
  3. Are at high risk of becoming seriously ill.




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