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Here are the confirmed cases of coronavirus in Collin County

The first case of COVID-19 in North Texas was announced on March 9 in Collin County.

This story will be continuously updated as new cases are discovered in North Texas.

More than 15,000 people in the Dallas-Fort Worth area have now tested positive for COVID-19, and health officials have reported more than 400 deaths across North Texas as a result.  

The first case in North Texas was announced on March 9 in Collin County.

Timeline:

As of June 1: 1,312 cases, 34 deaths, 921 recoveries

  • On June 1: Collin County health officials reported 15 new cases of novel coronavirus, bringing the total to 1,312 cases.
  • On May 30: Collin County health officials reported 19 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the countywide total to 1,297 cases. Officials said 921 people have recovered; there are currently 17 people in the hospital and 325 in home isolation. There have been 34 confirmed deaths in the county since tracking began in March.
  • On May 29: Collin County health officials confirmed a 63-year-old woman from Plano died from COVID-19. She is the 34th resident to die since testing began in March. Officials also announced 42 new cases. 
  • On May 28: Collin County health officials reported 19 new positive cases of COVID-19 Thursday, bringing the county total to 1,236 since tracking began in March. There have been 33 confirmed deaths related to COVID-19 in the county and 892 recoveries.
  • On May 27: Collin County health officials announced 28 new positive cases of COVID-19 Wednesday, bringing the countywide total of confirmed cases to 1,217. Officials say 869 people have recovered from the virus. There are currently 22 people in the hospital and 293 people remain in home isolation, official say.  
  • On May 26: Collin County health officials reported 32 new positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to 1,189 cases in the county since tracking began in March. The county has 33 deaths.
  • On May 24: Collin County health officials reported 15 additional positive cases, bringing the total case count to 1,151 since tracking began in March. There have been 33 deaths.
  • On May 23: Collin County health officials announced four additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the countywide total to 1,136 cases.
  • On May 22: Collin County health officials announced that two elderly women with underlying health conditions died from COVID-19. Officials also announced 14 new positives cases, bringing the countywide total to 1,132 since tracking began in March. 
  • On May 21: Collin County health officials announced 28 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the countywide total to 1,118 confirmed positive cases. Officials said 754 people have recovered. There are currently 16 people in the hospital and 317 at home in isolation. 
  • On May 20: Collin County health officials announced 17 new cases of COVID-19 Wednesday, bringing the county's overall total to 1,090 confirmed positive cases. Officials said that 740 people have recovered. There are currently 11 in the hospital.
  • On May 19: Collin County health officials announced 26 new cases of COVID-19 Tuesday, bringing the county’s overall total to 1,047 confirmed positive cases. Officials said that 728 people have recovered. There are currently 16 people in the hospital.

    So far, there have been 31 deaths related to the coronavirus in Collin County.

  • On May 17: Collin County health officials announced 12 new cases of COVID-19 Sunday, bringing the county’s overall total to 1,028 confirmed positive cases. Officials said that 695 people have recovered. There are currently 12 people in the hospital and 290 in home isolation.
  • On May 16: Collin County health officials announced eight new cases of COVID-19 Saturday, bringing the county’s total to 1,016 cases.Officials say, so far, 692 people have recovered from the virus and 31 people have died. Eleven people remain in the hospital and 282 are in home isolation.
  • On May 15: Collin County health officials announced one new death and 15 new cases of COVID-19 Friday, bringing the county’s overall total to 1,008 confirmed positive cases. Officials also said that 685 people have recovered. There are currently 11 people in the hospital and 281 in home isolation. So far, there have been 31 deaths related to the coronavirus in Collin County.
  • On May 14: Collin County health officials announced 15 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 Thursday, bringing the county’s overall total to 993 cases. Officials say that 668 residents have recovered from the virus, 18 people are in the hospital and 284 people remain at home in isolation.
  • On May 13: Officials announced 15 new cases and one death. Officials said a 71-year-old Plano man with serious underlying health condition died from COVID-19. This brings the county's overall total to 978 and 30 deaths. Officials also announced that 668 residents have recovered from the virus and 20 are currently hospitalized. 
  • On May 12: Officials announced 24 new cases in Collin County Tuesday afternoon, bringing the total to 963 positive cases of COVID-19. There have been 29 deaths in the county. Twenty-one people remain hospitalized and there have been 623 recoveries.
  • On May 10: County officials said a 90-year-old McKinney woman diagnosed with the disease had died. She had been a resident of Grand Brook Memory Care and was the 28th person to die with the disease in the county. Two other people linked to the memory care facility who had COVID-19 have also died, officials said. Seventeen new cases were also reported, bringing the total to 918 in the county. Twenty-one people remain hospitalized while 587 have recovered. 
  • On May 9: Collin County health officials announced 14 new confirmed positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the county's overall total to 901.
  • On May 8: A 92-year-old man who lived at the Life Care Center in Plano died Friday, Collin County health officials say. The patient had underlying health conditions and had tested positive for COVID-19. Earlier in the day, county health officials also confirmed an 82-year-old McKinney man who tested positive for COVID-19 died Wednesday.  The man was a resident of North Park Health and Rehabilitation Center. As of Friday afternoon, health officials report 887 people have tested positive for COVID-19 and 27 patients have died. Among Collin County residents, 580 have recovered and 21 are currently hospitalized, officials say.
  • On May 7: Two elderly Collin County residents who had COVID-19 have died, health officials said Thursday. An 86-year-old McKinney woman died at the Oxford Grand Assisted Living & Memory Care facility, marking the facility’s 12th death related to COVID-19. A 75-year-old Plano man died at a local hospital Wednesday. Both had underlying health conditions.
    The county has 839 cases of COVID-19 and 24 deaths.
  • On May 3: Five new cases were reported in the county, along with two new recoveries from COVID-19. County officials said of the 249 active cases, 27 people remain hospitalized. A total of 789 cases have been reported, with 518 recoveries.
  • On May 2: There were 19 new cases of COVID-19. The county currently has 246 active cases of the disease. Of those diagnosed, 25 people are hospitalized. More than 7,800 people have tested negative, according to health officials. 
  • On May 1: County officials reported 41 new cases, the biggest one-day jump in the county so far. An 88-year-old man is the latest Collin County resident to die from COVID-19. Officials say he had underlying health conditions and lived a memory care facility in McKinney. This is second death to be reported out of the Grand Brook Memory Care facility. So far, 766 residents have tested positive for the novel coronavirus and 509 have recovered.
  • On April 30: An 84-year-old Allen resident has died of the novel coronavirus, according to Collin County health officials. The man had underlying health conditions and died Monday at a McKinney hospital, officials said. His is the 21st death in Collin County. 
  • On April 29: Collin County health officials announced the county's 20th death and 18 additional cases. The 83-year-old woman had underlying health conditions. There have been 710 positive cases of COVID-19 in Collin County with 487 recoveries.
  • On April 28: Health officials reported 16 new cases and two additional deaths. There are 692 cases in the county and 473 people have recovered.
  • On April 27: On Monday, April 27, health officials reported 13 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total case count to 676.
  • On April 26: Health officials reported Sunday that there has been an additional death related to COVID-19 and nine new cases of COVID-19 in Collin County.
  • On April 25: Fifteen more people have tested positive for the novel coronavirus in Collin County, health officials reported Saturday afternoon. This brings the total case count to 654. So far, 455 residents have recovered from the virus and 16 have died.
  • On April 24: Collin County health officials confirmed two residents at The Oxford Grand Assisted Living & Memory Care facility have died from complications due to COVID-19. An 85-year-old woman died Thursday evening and the 95-year-old woman died Friday morning. Both of the victims had underlying health conditions, according to Collin County health officials.
  • On April 23: Collin County health officials reported 25 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the county's total to 609 cases. So far, 14 people have died and 429 people have reportedly recovered from the virus.
  • On April 22: Collin County health officials reported 14 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the county's total to 584 positive cases. So far, 14 people have died from complications due to the novel coronavirus, officials say. There are also 421 residents of Collin County who have recovered from the virus.
  • On April 21: Collin County health official announced 26 news cases of COVID-19, bringing the county's total to 570 positive cases. One person reportedly died, bringing the county's total to 14 deaths. Officials reported 383 residents have recovered from the virus. 
  • On April 20: Collin County health officials announced 17 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday. There have been 544 total cases in the county. Fifteen people are currently hospitalized and 185 people are in home isolation. There have been 13 deaths. There have been 544 confirmed positives cases of COVID-19 reported in Collin County, with 331 recoveries and 15 hospitalizations.
  • On April 19: Collin County health officials confirmed five new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to 527. Additionally, four more people have recovered, officials said.
  • On April 18: Collin County health officials announced the county's 13th death from COVID-19. The 82-year-old woman was from McKinney, and she had underlying health conditions. Officials said she tested positive for COVID-19 the day before her death.
  • On April 17: Collin County health officials announced the county’s 12th death from COVID-19. The 73-year-old man was from Fairview and had underlying health conditions. He died in a local hospital Friday morning. There have been 521 confirmed positives cases of COVID-19 reported in Collin County, with 320 recoveries and 17 hospitalizations.
  • On April 16: Officials announced that a 93-year-old woman with underlying health issues died from COVID-19.
  • On April 15: Officials announced 25 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the county total to 494 cases since the outbreak began. There are 200 current cases of coronavirus, with 15 people hospitalized and 185 in home isolation. There have been 284 recoveries in Collin County.
  • On April 14: Officials announced eight new cases of COVID-19, bringing the county total to 477 cases since the outbreak began. There are 190 current cases, with 21 people hospitalized and 169 isolating at home. Officials also said an additional 18 people had recovered from the disease.
  • On April 13: Collin County health officials reported 19 more cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to 472. Two more deaths were also reported, bringing the total to 10. An 88-year-old Wylie woman and an 82-year-old McKinney woman both died early in the morning and each had underlying health conditions. Officials said the McKinney woman died at her home, while the Wylie woman died at an area hospital. There are currently 203 active cases in the county, which includes 20 hospitalizations and 183 people at home in isolation, according to officials.
  • On April 12: Collin County health officials reported the death of a McKinney man from COVID-19, bringing the total amount of dead in the county from COVID-19 to eight. The man was 84, with underlying health conditions and previously diagnosed with COVID-19, testing positive on April 9. He died April 11 in his home, officials said. Officials also reported 12 new positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to 453.  
  • On April 11: Collin County health officials announced 18 additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the county's total to 441 cases on April 11. Two formerly confirmed cases were removed from the county's total after those two people were discovered not to be residents of the county, officials said.There are currently 208 active cases, which includes 26 hospitalizations and 182 at home in isolation.
  • On April 10: Collin County health officials confirmed a 90-year-old McKinney man who had COVID-19 died Friday morning. He has underlying health conditions, officials said. Officials have reported 28 new COVID-19 cases in the county. This brings the total case count to 406.
  • On April 9: County health official confirmed a 53-year-old Dallas man died at a local hospital. Officials said the man had underlying health issues before testing positive for COVID-19.
  • On April 8: County health officials confirmed a fifth person who had COVID-19 in the county had died, though officials said the 80-year-old McKinney woman had a serious underlying medical condition and COVID-19 was not the cause of her death. Health officials also reported 36 new cases, bringing the total since the outbreak began to 378 in the county. Of the 223 active cases in the county, 29 are hospitalized.
  • On April 7: Collin County health officials reported 37 new cases of COVID-19. 129 people have recovered.
  • On April 6: Collin County Health Care Services confirmed a fourth COVID-19 related death in the county. The patient was a 93-year-old McKinney woman who did not officially die from COVID-19, but did test positive for the disease. She died at her home the night of April 5, officials said.
  • On April 4: Health officials confirmed a Frisco woman died due to the novel coronavirus. Officials say the woman was 67 years old and had an underlying health condition. She is the third person in the county to die from COVID-19.
  • On April 3: Health officials reported the county's second COVID-19 related death. Officials said the patient was a 41-year-old Anna woman, who had underlying health conditions. 
  • On the night of April 2: Health officials reported 20 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total amount of cases to 227.
  • On April 2: Health officials reported 23 new cases of COVID-19 in the county, bringing the total to 207. 140 of those are active cases, 66 people have recovered and one person has died since the outbreak began in the county. 26 of those with active cases are hospitalized while the other 114 are isolating themselves at their homes, according to officials.
  • On April 1: Collin County health officials confirmed a total of 184 positive cases of the novel coronavirus. So far, 53 people have recovered and 24 people are hospitalized due to COVID-19. There has been one reported death and 106 people remain at home in isolation.
  • On March 30: There were 26 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Collin County, bringing the county's case total to 160. There are 112 active cases of the disease in the county, health officials said. Forty-seven people have recovered, 16 have been hospitalized and one person has died since the outbreak began.
  • On March 29: Collin County reported six new cases of COVID-19: two from Frisco, three from Plano and one from Celina; bringing the total to 134.
  • On March 28: Health officials confirmed there were now 128 cases of the novel coronavirus. The latest patients include four Plano residents, three Dallas residents, two McKinney residents, one Frisco resident and one Lucas resident. 
  • On March 27: Collin County health officials announced 32 new cases of COVID-19, which raised the county total to 118. Of those 32 cases, 12 were in Plano. 
  • On March 26: Collin County health officials confirmed that there is still total of 66 cases of COVID-19.So far, 15 people have recovered from the novel coronavirus. Six patients are currently hospitalized, and 44 people are in self-isolation at home.
  • On March 25: Collin County health officials reported 13 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Collin County. Two people are hospitalized, four have underlying health conditions, and seven have traveled recently -- one of which reported recent international travel, according to health officials. This brings the total amount of cases in the county to 66
  • On March 24: Officials said they had confirmed eight cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to 53 thus far. None of eight new cases have yet required hospitalization
  • On March 23: Health officials reported seven new cases of COVID-19 in the county on Monday, raising the total to 45. None of the seven people had previous underlying health conditions, officials said.
  • On March 22: Collin County health officials said eight total people have recovered from the disease. While one person who had it has died, two people remain hospitalized and 20 are in self-isolation. 
  • On the night of March 21: Collin County health officials confirmed four more positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the county total to 31. Those four patients, according to a Collin County news release, are: a 56-year-old Plano woman who traveled within the U.S.; a 38-year-old Plano man who traveled outside the U.S.; a 61-year-old Frisco man, with no reported travel; and a 45-year-old Wylie woman who reported no recent travel.
  • On March 21: Collin County health officials confirmed that three more cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Plano. This brings the county’s total case count to 27 and the total for Plano to 9. According to a news release from the City of Plano, the new confirmed patients are: a 67-year-old Plano man who traveled outside the country, with no underlying health conditions; a 48-year-old Plano man with no reported travel, no underlying health conditions, and is under self-quarantine at home; and a 67-year-old Plano woman who recently traveled within the U.S., who is isolating at home with no underlying health conditions.
  • On the morning of March 20: Officials confirmed an officer with the Plano Police Department has tested positive for the novel coronavirus. Plano officials say the employee likely became infected with COVID-19 while on a department-related trip out of state. That same officer went into the office for a few hours Friday, but then went home and has been in self-isolation since then, officials say. The officer was tested Tuesday and received their results Wednesday. Officials say the employee does not require hospitalization. Other employees who were on the same work-related trip are also being tested.
  • On the night of March 18: Two new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Collin County, bringing the total confirmed cases to 13. Pep Boys confirmed one of its employees in Plano tested positive for COVID-19. According to store officials, the patient's test results came back on March 16. All employees were placed on paid leave and were asked to self-quarantine for 14 days. In addition, the city also confirmed a 38-year-old man, also from Plano, tested positive. He reportedly has no underlying health issues and is self-quarantined at home.
  • On March 18: County health officials also confirmed a 39-year-old McKinney man with no underlying medical conditions tested positive for COVID-19. He is self-isolating in his home.
  • On March 18: The county confirmed a 64-year-old Plano man died due to coronavirus, making this the second known novel coronavirus-related death in North Texas and the first death in Collin County. Collin County officials say the positive case was confirmed posthumously, meaning the man was not included in the previous nine cases reported in the county.
  • On March 18: A 32-year-old Plano woman became the ninth confirmed positive case of COVID-19 in Collin County, according to public health officials. She is self-quarantined in her home and has no underlying health conditions. 
  • On March 15: County officials said they had confirmed another case of COVID-19 in the area. A 32-year-old Frisco man received a positive test result for the disease, bringing the case total in the county to eight. Officials also said 60 people were under monitoring and that no county employees have tested positive or were under monitoring.
  • On March 14: the City of Plano reported its first two cases of COVID-19. One, a 47-year-old woman, tested positive and is currently self-isolated in her home, according to city officials. The second is a 56-year-old man. 
  • On March 13: Collin County public health officials confirmed that a 40-year-old Frisco woman tested positive for COVID-19. According to officials, the woman does not have any underlying health conditions and is self-isolating in her home. She has not traveled out-of-state recently, according to authorities. 
  • On March 12: Collin County health officials confirmed a 35-year-old McKinney man has tested positive for COVID-19. The man is under self-quarantine at his home and has no underlying medical conditions. Health officials say this case is not related to the other three confirmed positive cases.
  • On March 10: Collin County health officials confirmed three members of the same family tested positive for the novel coronavirus. The patients include a father in his 30s, his wife, and their 3-year-old child. Their test results were later confirmed by the CDC.

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  • On March 9: The first presumptive positive case of the novel coronavirus in North Texas was announced by Collin County officials.

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