As of July 31st, 2020, The City of El Paso Department of Public Health has reported 337 new COVID-19 confirmed cases, which brings the cumulative total of confirmed cases in El Paso, Texas to 14,276.

Seven additional deaths have been reported today. The total confirmed COVID-19 related deaths in the El Paso is now at 266.

El Pasoans are strongly urged to follow safety precautions to keep this city from continuing this increase.

The cumulative total of COVID-19 cases rises to 14,276 with 337 new cases being reported this morning.

Seven additional...

Posted by City of El Paso, Texas - Municipal Government on Friday, July 31, 2020

Free testing as also been extended so please if you feel it is necessary, get tested for the safety of you, your family, and our community. Please still take some caution when going out and engaging in activities with others. The City of El Paso would also like to highlight businesses that are taking the Pledge to Safety, as they continue to operate during the COVID-19 pandemic.

They have shared a video to help better explain the pledge. Have some common sense when going out and about El Paso. We must continue to practice social distancing as we work to create our new normal in our community. Please wear a face mask to help keep those around you safe. If you feel sick, please go out and get tested. Here is a video by The City of El Paso stressing the importance of testing:

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PLEASE stay home if you do not need to be out.

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