To date, 84,392,347 Americans are confirmed to have been infected with COVID-19 — and over 1 million have died as a result. On a per capita basis, the U.S. has one of the highest known infections rates in the world.
In the College Station-Bryan metropolitan area, located in Texas, a total of 71,496 COVID-19 cases have been reported to date. Adjusted for population, there have been 28,154 reported infections for every 100,000 people in the area — above the national rate of 25,795 cases per 100,000 people.
Though per capita cases of COVID-19 are higher in College Station-Bryan than they are nationwide, some parts of the metro area are safer than others.
The broader College Station metro area comprises three counties or county equivalents — and of them, Robertson County in Texas has the fewest COVID-19 cases per capita. So far, there have been a total of 4,586 confirmed infections in Robertson County, or 27,152 for every 100,000 people.
Though Robertson County has the lowest per capita infection rate in the College Station metro area, its per capita fatality rate is disproportionately high.
There have been a total of 456 coronavirus-related deaths for every 100,000 people in Robertson County, above the 220 COVID-19 deaths per 100,000 across the entire College Station-Bryan metro area.
All COVID-19 data used in this story are current as of June 13, 2022.
|Rank||Geography||COVID cases per 100,000 people||Total cases||Deaths per 100,000 people||Total deaths|
|1||Robertson County, TX||27,152||4,586||456||77|
|2||Brazos County, TX||28,210||61,835||190||416|
|3||Burleson County, TX||28,411||5,075||369||66|
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