Collin County health officials reported 37 new cases of coronavirus, including 12 new cases in McKinney and one new death.
County officials reported June 25 that a 51-year-old McKinney man with COVID-19 and underlying health conditions died June 23 at a McKinney hospital. This is the 40th fatality of a Collin County resident with COVID-19, according to a county news release, and the 18th death of a McKinney resident.
As of June 25, McKinney has 151 active cases, according to the county’s online dashboard. The county has a total of 626 active cases.
Since testing began in March, McKinney has had 430 confirmed cases of the virus. Collin County has reported 2,486 confirmed cases.
McKinney has reported 261 recovered cases of COVID-19, according to data. Collin County overall has had 1,820 people recover.
On June 1, the Texas Department of State Health Services began handling all new COVID-19 cases in Collin County and shut down the county dashboard until June 9.