Collin County confirms 75 new cases

by | Jul 17, 2020 | Latest

State health officials listed 75 new cases of COVID-19 today, July 17, in Collin County. Officials reported an adjusted total of 5,154 confirmed cases.

There are 832 active cases and 4,258 that have successfully recovered.

There are 200 cases hospitalized and 64 have died from COVID-19 related illness.

Yesterday, hospitalizations throughout the state were reported at 10,457 and 1,880 cases were reported hospitalized in North Texas.

New cases in Eastern Collin County include two in Farmersville, two in Princeton and three in Wylie.

An updated breakdown of all cases is available at: https://apps.collincountytx.gov/reports/COVID19/Daily%20Report%20by%20City.xlsx

When you click this link an Excel spreadsheet will be created with all reported Collin County cases by city.

As of 12:00 AM June 1, 2020, the Department of State Health Services will perform all COVID-19 case investigation and contact tracing activities for Collin County’s local health authority. Collin County will be able to access the state system to obtain data and reports for its jurisdiction, but details on the extent of the data and how reports will be distributed will be announced as soon as they are available.

Due to the large number of new cases each day, the state is not necessarily reporting individual cases by age, gender or city.

Individual cases may be removed if the place of residence is outside of Collin County.

From Staff Reports • [email protected]princetonherald.com

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