Hidalgo County health officials reported two more people tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total positive cases to 389.
A McAllen man in his 40s and a Pharr woman in her 30s are the latest to contract the disease, officials said in a news release Sunday.
April 27 was the last time there were only two positive cases on a single day, health officials said.
Eight people have died in Hidalgo County as a result. Fifteen remain hospitalized, with four of them in intensive care units.
A total of 218 have been released from isolation, leaving only 163 active cases in the county.
Nearly 6,000 tests have been administered and 178 remain pending results.