Montgomery County Coronavirus update;797Active Cases in the County


Montgomery County Public Health District, in conjunction with Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, encourages everyone to do your part in slowing the spread of COVID-19 and keeping businesses and restaurants open, especially ahead of this weekend’s 4th of July holiday. Limiting the number of people you come in contact with will reduce the chance of contracting COVID-19. Wearing a mask if necessary to be in public, frequent handwashing or using hand sanitizer, surface disinfection and social distancing are imperative. Starting today (June 29), per Governor Greg Abbott’s Executive Order, restaurants are only permitted to serve at 50% capacity.

Tonight, MCHD Chief of EMS James Campbell and MCHD Medical Director Dr. Robert Dickson will join Conroe ISD Superintendent Dr. Craig Null on a Facebook Live about COVID-19. Please join us on the Conroe ISD Facebook page at 6:00pm tonight.

Today (June 29), the number of ACTIVE cases of COVID-19 has increased to 797 in Montgomery County. Of the 797 active cases who are Montgomery County residents, 22 are in the hospital. 1,195 people have fully recovered. The number of total positive cases has increased 76 since Friday (June 26) to 2,028.

You can view the list of case-by-case updates on the MCPHD website here: You can refer to the dashboard here:

The MCHD/MCPHD COVID-19 Call Center is open for residents needing COVID-19 testing through our voucher program, or for general questions, Monday-Friday 8:00am-3:30pm. Please call 936-523-5040 for more information.

For more information on how to protect yourself and others, go to

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