The individual was a man in his 70s, a news release said.
“Our hearts are with the family who lost their loved one due to this deadly disease. As the state and the county continue the process of reopening businesses to the public, we must remain vigilant and take every measure to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Remember not doing so could result in more precious lives lost,” Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell said in the release.
On May 28, the county also reported four new confirmed cases of coronavirus, bringing in the county total to 588.