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Collin County reports 26 new COVID-19 cases

by | Mar 31, 2020 | Latest

Health authorities reported 26 new cases of COVID-19 in Collin County on Monday, March 30, making 160 cases recorded to date. Wylie: 1
  • Male, 24, no further information available at this time;
Plano: 9
  • Female, 47, no further information available at this time;
  • Male, 29, no further information available at this time;
  • Male, 52, self-isolating with no underlying health conditions, no recent travel and no reported contact with a known case;
  • Male, 33, no further information available at this time;
  • Male, 22, no further information available at this time;
  • Male, 64, no further information available at this time;
  • Male, 43, no further information available at this time;
  • Female, 60, no further information available at this time;
  • Female, 60, no further information available at this time;
McKinney: 7
  • Female, 48, hospitalized with underlying health conditions;
  • Male, 60, no further information available at this time;
  • Male, 50, no further information available at this time;
  • Female, 24, no further information available at this time;
  • Female, 43, no further information available at this time;
  • Female, 24, no further information available at this time;
  • Female, 43, no further information available at this time;
Frisco: 4
  • Male, 39, self-isolating with no underlying health conditions, no travel and no contact with a confirmed case;
  • Female, 52, no further information available at this time;
  • Male, 56, underlying health conditions, no recent travel, and confirmed contact with a confirmed case, with no information at this time whether self-isolating or hospitalized;
  • Male, 62, no further information available at this time;
Allen: 2
  • Female, 36, no further information available at this time;
  • Female, 64, no further information available at this time;
Anna: 1
  • Male, 71, hospitalized with underlying health conditions, no recent travel and confirmed contact with another case;
Celina: 1
  • Female, 41, self-isolating with no underlying health conditions, no recent travel, and contact with a confirmed case;
Dallas: 1
  • Male, 82, no further information available at this time;
Collin County Orders Note: These orders apply to the entire county. Your city may have additional restrictions.
  • There are 91 current cases of COVID-19 in Collin County (total cases minus recovered and deceased).
  • There have been 134 total confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Collin County.
  • 42 people have successfully recovered, 13 are hospitalized and 78 remain in home isolation.
  • There has been 1 confirmed death associated with COVID-19 in Collin County.
  • There have been 713 negative COVID-19 tests in Collin County.
  • There are 170 Persons Under Monitoring (PUM) in Collin County.
Public Health Report
  • Any person who is sick or currently experiencing common COVID-19 symptoms, including fever, cough, or shortness of breath, is hereby ordered to stay home.
  • If any person in a household has tested positive for COVID-19, all persons in the household are hereby ordered to stay home.
  • Any person who believes he or she is at higher risk for severe illness and who believes he or she may be compromised from exposure to COVID-19 is hereby ordered to stay home.
  • All persons in Collin County are hereby ordered to stay home, except for travel related to essential activities.
  • All businesses and employers are hereby ordered to take actions necessary to prevent the spread of COVID-19, to increase social distancing in the normal course of business activities, and to provide for a safe and healthy work environment.
  • All persons are hereby ordered to take actions necessary to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to increase social distancing in the normal course of business activities.
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