CRANE COUNTY, Texas — Crane County Judge Roy Hudges tells NewsWest 9 the county is reporting its first case of COVID-19.

The case was confirmed by the judge in a document issued to citizens and a disaster declaration was also issued for the county.

The document states the county has been in contact with the Texas Department of Health and Human Services.

Crane Memorial Hospital has also reportedly been in contact with the CDC, but stresses that no one diagnosed with COVID-19 has been admitted to the hospital.

County officials are working to investigate and find where the person was infected.

The people involved have reportedly been ordered to stay home and not leave quarantine.

Stay tuned to NewsWest 9 for the latest updates on the coronavirus.

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