Cases of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C) in Texas
The following data is based on confirmed cases of MIS-C that have been reported to DSHS. Data is updated every month. All data is preliminary and subject to change as additional information becomes available.
Visit CDC’s website for a summary of health department-reported cases of MIS-C in the United States.
See our Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C) page for general information about the condition and case reporting in Texas.
Reported MIS-C Cases in Texas, Data Last Updated: 11/01/22
|Public Health Region||Number of Cases||Percent of Cases|
|2/3 (North Texas)||161||24%|
|4/5N (East Texas)||33||5%|
|6/5S (Southeast Texas)||261||38%|
|7 (Central Texas)||82||12%|
|8 (South Texas)||23||3%|
|9/10 (West Texas)||5||1%|
|11 (Rio Grande Valley)||101||15%|
|Age||Number of Cases||Percent of Cases|
|< 1 year||17||3%|
|Race/Ethnicity||Number of Cases||Percent of Cases|
*Other includes American Indian and Alaskan Native, Multi-race, or Other Race.
|Sex||Number of Cases||Percent of Cases|
|Level of Care||Number of Cases**||Percent of Cases|
|Admitted to the Intensive Care Unit**||411||61%|
**All MIS-C cases (100%) are hospitalized. Cases admitted to the Intensive Care Unit during hospitalization are reported in the table as a subset of all hospitalized cases and should not be added to the number of hospitalized cases.
|Outcome||Number of Cases||Percent of Cases|
|Still Admitted/Unknown Outcome||36||5%|
Notes About the Data:
- Source of the Data: Local health department reports of MIS-C cases to DSHS.
- Data is provisional and subject to change as additional information or updates are available.
- Percentages may not add up to 100% due to rounding.
This page is being updated as new information becomes available.