Collin County Reports 2 Coronavirus-Related Deaths, 16 New Cases of COVID-19

Both men who died had underlying health conditions, according Collin County Health Care Services

A 90-year-old McKinney man and a 102-year-old Plano man are the 18th and 19th people in Collin County to die who tested positive for COVID-19, health officials say.

Both men had underlying health conditions, according Collin County Health Care Services.

The McKinney man lived at Oxford Grand Assisted Livng and Memory Care, where 10 residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have died.

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"All of us at Collin County are saddened at the passing of a member of our community," Hill said. "His family is in our prayers during this difficult time."

The Plano man was a resident of Life Care Center of Plano.

"To his family, please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time," said Collin County Judge Chris Hill. "It is always painful to lose a loved one."

Colln County reported 16 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 10 more recoveries from the virus. The county totals stand at 692 cases of the virus, with 473 recoveries through Tuesday.

Eight of the new reported cases are in Plano and three are in McKinney. There is one new case each in Allen, Dallas, Frisco, Wylie and an unincorporated part of Collin County.

Tracking COVID-19 Cases in North Texas Counties

NBC 5 is tracking the number of COVID-19 related cases, recoveries and deaths in North Texas counties. Choose a county and click on a city or town to see how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting your area.

Cases are cumulative by day and are subject to change, dependent on each county health department's reporting schedule and methodology. Data may be reported county-wide, by city or town, or not at all. Cases, recoveries and death counts in 'unspecified' categories are used as placeholders and reassigned by their respective counties at a later date.

Data: County Health Departments, NBC 5 Staff
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