McKinney had 10 new cases of the coronavirus as of May 29, bringing the total to 251 confirmed cases across the city's four ZIP codes, according to Collin County health officials.

McKinney has 179 recovered cases, as well as 17 deaths, according to the county's online dashboards.

There are 55 active cases across the city, and three people remain hospitalized.

Collin County identified 42 new cases of the virus May 29. The county has 911 recovered cases as well as 333 active cases.

A total of 1,278 positive cases of the virus have been reported since testing began in March. Of that total, 19 are hospitalized, while 314 remain in home isolation.

There have been 16,593 negative COVD-19 tests in Collin County, and there are 2,270 people being monitored for coronavirus May 29.

Collin County case information is reported through the county's dashboard, which provides a graphical representation of data. Statewide data is available on the dashboard from Texas Health and Human Services.