Denton, Collin Counties Report 186 New Cases of COVID-19, Death of Celina Man

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Health departments in Denton and Collin counties reported a combined 186 new COVID-19 cases Monday along with the death of a man from Celina.

Collin County Public Health reported 120 new COVID-19 infections Monday along with the death of a 67-year-old Celina man who had underlying health conditions and died Saturday at a McKinney hospital.

The man's death brings the county's total number of COVID-19 related deaths to 38. They also announced the recovery of three more people, bringing the total number of survivors to 1,295. There are an estimated 454 active cases remaining in the county.

Denton County Public Health reported 36 new cases of the virus Monday with six new recoveries and no new deaths. The countywide total stands at 1,772 with 948 recoveries. An estimated 788 people are still fighting the virus in Denton County.

DCPH is providing a free drive-thru COVID-19 testing center in Little Elm on Friday, June 19. The testing center will be held at Little Elm ISD’s Athletic Complex at 1151 E. Eldorado Parkway from 8 a.m. until noon. Eligible community members are those who have had symptoms of COVID-19 within the past seven days, essential employees, individuals 60 years and older, as well as individuals who have had contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19. All community members must call to pre-register for testing at 940-349-2585.

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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