With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, people are slow in returning to their doctors.
McKinney had 10 new cases of the coronavirus reported on May 29.
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The Texas Department of State Health Services will perform all COVID-19 case investigations and contact tracing for Collin County following a vote by Collin County Commissioners Court on May 29.
While restaurants are allowed to operate at 50% capacity, wedding venues in McKinney and throughout Texas are restricted to the initial 25% occupancy Abbott announced at the start of May due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Collin College is offering student grants and tuition credit to students who have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic and the college's shift to online courses.
Construction is not expected to affect existing traffic in the surrounding area.
The American Red Cross has roughly 1,300 blood donation appointments in North Texas that need to be filled through June 15.
Health officials reported 19 new cases of coronavirus in Collin County on May 28, including three McKinney cases.
In June, work will continue to pave new northbound lanes north of FM 546 and create a new southbound right-turn lane at Industrial Boulevard, officials said.
A new upscale convenience store opened May 25 at Craig Ranch in McKinney.
Money-saving tactics include an indefinite hiring freeze and the delay of some projects, according to a spokesperson.
Independent Bank Group Inc., the parent company of Independent Bank, announced May 26 that the merger between the group and Texas Capital Bancshares Inc. has been terminated.
Venue owners must operate under guidelines that facilitate appropriate social distancing.
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Texas received approval from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to provide more than $1 billion in pandemic food benefits.
Collin County health officials reported 28 new cases of coronavirus May 27, including 4 cases in McKinney.
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar said the state entered the era of the coronavirus in a healthy financial situation, which bodes well for the future as reopening continues, but that Texans are not out of the woods yet.
Gov. Greg Abbott announced May 27 that $3.6 million will be provided to nursing facilities to purchase tablets, webcams and headphones to connect residents with family members.
The North Texas Innovation Alliance comprises 21 founding members, including Richardson, Frisco, Plano and McKinney, among others.
State data released in late May on COVID-19 cases in assisted living facilities contained somber news: At least 19 people in Collin County senior living facilities who tested positive for the virus have died.
Collin County has postponed shifting its coronavirus case management to the Texas Department of State Health Services, according to a May 26 update from County Judge Chris Hill.
Texas Secretary of State Ruth Hughs released a checklist May 26 for voters to follow to help prevent the spread of coronavirus at polls.
The company plans to close 230 locations, including stores in Dallas, Richardson, Irving, Arlington and Murphy.