A group of Latino community advocates are calling for more resources and accountability from the city of Austin amid a growing number of cases among the Hispanic/Latinx community.

According to Austin Public Health, most recent data from July 7 shows that 52% of confirmed cases and 41% of deaths in Travis County are self-identified as Hispanic.

The data also shows that the Hispanic/Latinx community makes up 59.8% of hospitalizations in the Austin-Round Rock Metropolitan Statistical Area.

“I’m not sure who’s giving advice to the city but the numbers show it hasn’t been working,” said Frank Fuentes of the U.S. Hispanic Contractors Association of Austin.