Additionally, on July 23, Collin County Health Care Services adjusted two reporting categories for COVID-19 cases, identifying and marking duplicates and out-of-county cases that have come from the state’s Texas Health Trace system and have been reported on the Collin County dashboard since June 1. The adjustment will result in a count decrease in confirmed, active and recovered cases reported July 23. No cases will be deleted, only corrected on the county’s public download spreadsheet as a “transfer” or “duplicate.”
On July 24, Collin County health officials reported the death of an 86-year-old McKinney man with underlying health conditions and COVID-19. The man died July 19 at North Park Nursing Home.
This brings the total number of McKinney residents who have died with COVID-19 to 26.
The number of active COVID-19 cases in McKinney has climbed week over week, with 130 active cases reported July 16 and 182 active cases reported July 24. That represents 13.1% of the total cases reported in the city since tracking began in March. The total number of confirmed cases in McKinney is 959, data shows.
Among the ZIP codes for McKinney, the 75069 ZIP code has the greatest number of new confirmed cases with 49 between July 16-24. That brings the total number of cases in that ZIP code to 344.
The second-highest number of new cases in the past week is in 75071, which reported 34 new cases, for a total of 321. In 75070, there were 15 cases added this week, and in 75072, there were 14 cases added, bringing their total numbers of cases to 232 and 170, respectively.
In McKinney, there have been 126 new cases of the novel coronavirus between July 18-24. This brings the total number of active cases in McKinney to 182. In McKinney, the total number of recovered cases is 751, data shows.
In Collin County, there have been 851 new cases of the novel coronavirus between July 18-24. The total number of active cases is 1,194, and the total number of confirmed cases in the county is 5,682. Data shows there are 4,415 cases that have recovered from the virus.
Data shows those in the 20-29 age group in Collin County have had the highest number of total COVID-19 cases, followed by those ages 40-49 and ages 30-39.
In addition, the data shows nine deaths in the county over the past seven days, with the total number of deaths since tracking began in March standing at 73, according to data.
Among the key indicators to watch among health experts is the number of hospitalizations. Collin County reported 223 lab-confirmed COVID-19 patients were hospitalized as of July 21. That number has generally been fluctuating in Collin County in recent weeks.
Hospital capacity in the 13-county area of North Texas is being tracked by The Institute for Urban Policy Research at The University of Texas at Dallas. Data as of July 20 for the region shows the following.
- Total occupancy rate: 69.5% (based on 15,687 total beds and 10,899 total patients)
- ICU occupancy rate: 74.6% (based on 2,353 ICU beds and 1,755 ICU patients)
- Ventilator utilization rate: 42.9% (based on 1,881 ventilators and 801 ventilators in use)