COVID-19 Cases in North Texas Reach 200 With Latest Collin County Numbers

Health officials in Collin County reported four new cases of the new coronavirus Saturday night, bringing the total number in North Texas to 200.

The four cases brings the total number of confirmed cases in Collin County to 31. Of those, seven people have successfully recovered, two are hospitalized and 21 are in home isolation.

The new cases are in a 56-year-old Plano woman, a 38-year-old Plano man, a 61-year-old Frisco man and a 45-year Wylie woman.

Officials said the two people had both traveled recently, one internationally and one domestically. The people from Frisco and Wylie had no recent travel history.

None of the four new cases are in patients with underlying health conditions, officials said.

The total number of cases in North Texas now stands at 200 with three deaths: one in Tarrant County, one in Dallas County and one in Collin County.

As of Saturday night, there were 95 cases in Dallas County, 42 in Tarrant County, 31 in Collin County and 24 in Denton County. Ellis County reported three cases, Johnson County reported two and Fannin, Lamar and Van Zandt counties reported one each.

*Map locations are approximate, central locations for the city and are not meant to indicate where actual infected people live.

Coronavirus Cases in Texas

Locations on the map are approximate county locations and are not intended to identify where any infected people live.

Case data was pulled from a variety of sources including county health departments and the Texas Department of State Health Services.

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