Cameron County has 743 confirmed cases of COVID-19, as of May 27 and 35 reported deaths.
As of May 27, 538 individuals have been cleared.
According to the county, the cases are residents from the following cities:
San Benito: 55
Rancho Viejo: 5
Los Fresnos: 36
Rio Hondo: 17
Santa Rosa: 12
Laguna Vista: 1
La Feria: 13
Port Isabel: 3
Los Indios: 1
Palm Valley: 1
Cameron County Judge Eddie Treviño announced April 29 that the shelter-at-home order, mandatory face covering and curfew orders will expire on May 1.
The decision is in accordance with Governor Greg Abbott to begin phase 1 of reopening the Texas Economy.
“Act as if the person next to you has the coronavirus,” said Treviño at a press conference, earlier this month.
County officials remind the public they should continue to follow health guidelines.
For more information, head to the Cameron County website.
This story has been updated throughout.