Texas cities are reopening, and it is important for business owners and employers to monitor the spread of Coronavirus in Central Texas. The following information is provided for informational purposes and as a resource to business owners creating their reopening plan. It is our goal to support your business as you reopen in whatever way we can.
Note: The coronavirus case dashboards below are best viewed on a tablet or computer.
US Coronavirus Data From John Hopkins University
The map is updated daily. The time of the latest update is noted on the bottom of the dashboard, as well as in a footer on county infographic. Occasional maintenance can result in slower updates.
What are the sources of data informing the dashboard?
The data sources include the Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University; the Red Cross; the Census American Community Survey; and the Bureau of Labor and Statistics.
Central Texas Coronavirus Cases and Information by County
Bastrop County Coronavirus Cases
Bastrop County includes Bastrop, Smithville, Paige, McDade, Camp Swift, Wyldwood, and Circle D-KC Estates.
Bell County Coronavirus Cases
Bell County includes Killeen, Temple, Belton, Harker Heights, Salado, Troy, Nolanville, Holland, Little-River Academy, Morgan’s Point Resort, Rogers, Ding Dong, Zabcikville, Ratibor, and Seaton.
Bexar County Coronavirus Cases
Bexar County includes San Antonio, Converse, Leotes, Universal City, Leon Valley, Alamo Heights, Live Oak, Elmendorf, Windcrest, Von Ormy, Castle Hills, Shavano Park, Balcones Heights, Olmos Park, Terrell Hills, Hill Country Village, Hollywood Park, Somerset, China Grove, Saint Hedwig, Timberwood Park, Grey Forest, Cross Mountain, and Kirby.
Burnet County Coronavirus Cases
Burnet County includes Burnet, Marble Falls, Bertram, Granite Shoals, Cottonwood Shores, Meadowlakes, and Highland Haven.
Caldwell County Coronavirus Cases
Caldwell County includes Lockhart, Luling, Uhland, Niederwald, Mustang Ridge, and Martindale.
Comal County Coronavirus Cases
Comal County includes Canyon Lake, Bulverde, and Garden Ridge.
Guadalupe County Coronavirus Cases
Guadalupe County includes Seguin, Marion, McQueeney, Kingsbury, New Berlin, Santa Clara, Geronimo, Staples, Redwood, and Zuehl.
Hays County Coronavirus Cases
Hays County includes Kyle, Dripping Springs, Buda, Wimberley, Hays, Driftwood, Bear Creek, Woodcreek, Mountain City.
Lee County Coronavirus Cases
Lee County includes Giddings, Lexington, Lincoln, Old Dime Box, and Hills.
Milam County Coronavirus Cases
Milam County includes Cameron, Rockdale, Milano, Thorndale, Buckholts, Ben Arnold, and Davilla.
Travis County Coronavirus Cases
Travis County includes Austin, Bee Cave, Cedar Park, Leander, Elgin, Pflugerville, Lakeway, Lago Vista, Manor, Del Valle, Volente, Jonestown, West Lake Hills, Sunset Valley, Rollingwood, Manchaca, The Hills, Hudson Bend, Point Venture, Briarcliff, Barton Creek, Wells Branch, Hornsby Bend, Windemere, San Leanna, Creedmoor, Webberville, Garfield, and Lost Creek.
Williamson County Coronavirus Cases
Williamson County includes Round Rock, Georgetown, Taylor, Hutto, Liberty Hill, Jarrell, Florence, Brushy Creek, Granger, Coupland, Thrall, Weir, Andice, Serenada, and Hare.
Fight Back Against Coronavirus in Central Texas
At Alpha Decon, we provide professional sanitizing services for businesses and organizations in Austin, San Antonio, and the surrounding Central Texas areas. It is our goal to protect individuals from potential contact transmission while they are working at or visiting a place of business.
Let’s reopen Texas together.
How It Works
The virus that causes the illness known as COVID-19 is called SARS-CoV-2; it is a new (or novel) Coronavirus. Many viruses, including SARS-CoV-2, are known to transfer via contact (as well as via droplets, i.e., from a cough or sneeze). Contact transmission is particularly dangerous, as SARS-CoV-2 has been shown to stay on hard, non-porous surfaces for up to 72 hours. That means that it is possible for a sick customer to infect people who visit your establishment for up to 3 days after they have coughed on a surface.
Shopping baskets, tables, chairs, door handles, service counters, and hand railings are all potential vectors of transmission, and should be sanitized with a continuous-acting product. This will help reduce the chance of these surfaces spreading SARS-CoV-2 and other pathogens.
Alpha Decon uses a unique combination of full-coverage mist-spray, electrostatic equipment, and highly effective chemicals to provide a clean like no other. The chemicals that we employ are long-acting, food-safe, and generally proven by the EPA to be effective against strains of the Human Coronavirus or harder-to-kill viruses. Our mist-spray system ensures full coverage of your space, from hard to reach corners to high touch surfaces, like doorknobs, light switches, countertops, and points of sale. The electrostatic sprayers positively charge the disinfectant droplets, making them smaller, more evenly dispersed, and causing them to stick to surfaces and infiltrate small, hard-to-clean spaces.
Don’t Wait – Schedule with Alpha Decon Today
We offer one-time services, or daily or weekly recurring appointments. Long-term contracts are available for negotiation. During the Coronavirus crisis, we’re working 7 days a week, from 9 am-5 pm.