There have been 33 total confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the counties served by the Bureau, Putnam and Marshall County Health Department.
The figures released late Friday show 3 new deaths for a total of 269 deaths to date.
This week saw an increase of 1.6 percent; 937 cases confirmed on June 11 to 994 on Thursday.
Officials also reported only six communities outbreaks were identified in the past week which falls beneath the county's community outbreak trigger of seven in seven days.
U.S. sees daily record of 40,000 new coronavirus cases Since the pandemic began, Texas Health and Human Services has reported 137,624 cases of COVID-19 and 2,324 fatalities. Out of 67 counties statewide, new cases Saturday show that South Florida counties have been hardest hit.
Two people remain in hospital and one person is in intensive care.
Marshall County has the seventh highest number of COVID-19 confirmed cases.
Some 392 (57 per cent) of all confirmed cases are females, and 294 (43 per cent) are males.
Last week ended with 24,861 confirmed cases and this week comes to a close with 27,096 cases.
At least 694 Iowans have died from COVID-19 and 18 of those deaths were residents of Marshall County.