As of May 31, McKinney has 58 active cases in Collin County. The county has a total of 356 active cases.
McKinney has had 260 total cases since testing began in March. Collin County has reported 1,312 total cases as of May 31.
Of McKinney's active cases, three are hospitalized.
Roughly 69% of ventilators and roughly 41% of adult ICU beds are currently available in Collin County, according to a May 31 update by County Judge Chris Hill.
Collin County has had 942 cases recover, including 185 McKinney cases.
As of June 1, the Texas Department of State Health Services is now handling all new COVID-19 cases in Collin County. The county's online dashboard will remain frozen with information from midnight June 1 until its data is coordinated with the state's, according to discussions at a June 1 commissioners meeting.
The state's online dashboard shows 1,312 total cases of coronavirus reported in Collin County as of June 1.