HOUSTON – The Galveston County Health District has confirmed 157 COVID-19 cases, including fully vaccinated residents, were tied to the recent outbreak at a church camp.
Health officials said 25 of those test samples have tested positive for the Delta variant. Officials said out of the 157 cases, 20 fully vaccinated residents tested positive for the coronavirus. The health district identifies those cases as “breakthrough cases.”
In addition to the 157 cases, another 10 county residents have self-reported testing positive for the virus to the health district, according to officials. The health district said it will continue investigating those reports as they are not all confirmed cases.
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