The patients have been linked to a mix of both international travel and community spread.
According to the Montgomery County Public Health District, the two men were residents of the Conservatory at Alden Bridge.
A shelter-in-place order has been issued for the Conservatory at Alden Bridge, an apartment complex for 55+ community in The Woodlands.
Montgomery County's Stay Home, Stop the Spread order is in effect tonight at 11:59 p.m. and lasts until April 12 at 11:50 p.m.
Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough signed an order limiting the number of occupants in bars, restaurants and movie theaters.
The patient is a woman in her 40s who lives in northwest Montgomery County. Officials say this fourth case is connected to the county's third case announced on March 12. The woman is in isolation at her home and does not require hospitalization, county officials say.
Montgomery County is reporting a third presumptive positive case of COVID-19 just hours after reporting a second case, bringing the greater Houston area total to 17.
Patton Village Mayor Scott Anderson says the male patient has been off-duty since before his Coronavirus diagnosis, therefore, virus exposure to other officers is low risk. The patient had limited exposure to the police station and none with City Hall.
Montgomery County is under a declaration of local disaster for the next 30 days. The order limits gatherings at public buildings and county employee travel.
This latest patient brings the total COVID-19 presumptive and confirmed cases to 13 in the greater Houston area.
Montgomery County schools will be undergoing a deep cleaning after the county's first presumptive positive case was announced on Tuesday.
Someone in The Woodlands won the $2 million Mega Millions® prize in the January 31 drawing.
John C. Denton, 26, of Montgomery, Texas, faces federal conspiracy charges in U.S. District Court in Alexandria related to his alleged role in a series of swatting events. He faces an initial appearance Wednesday afternoon in federal court in Houston.
Montgomery County Hospital District and Liberty County EMS worked to resuscitate the victim after he was rescued from the fire but they were unable to save him.
Court documents say both were children were molested and sexually abused by Manuel Antonio La Rosa-Lopez of Sacred Heart Church in Conroe.
Waymon Nicholas “Nick” Jordan, Jr., a 19-year-old Willis resident, is charged with capital murder of multiple persons and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Investigators are at the home trying to determine what happened. Officials confirm one person is en route to Houston medical center with life-threatening burns.
The man says he was awakened by his two dogs barking out back and when he went to investigate, he thought it was a coyote. Once the lights came on, he discovered it was a full-size wild hog.
Doctors in The Woodlands are now treating debilitating pain with amniotic fluid to help patients self-heal.
Update on the annual Souper Bowl of Caring food drive serving local communities all across the greater Houston area.