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Posted on: July 10, 2020

FRISCO Weekly COVID-19 Update: July 2-10, 2020

(July 10, 2020) Frisco added 122 new cases of COVID-19, eighty recoveries and one death from July 2 - 10. This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 546, which includes 364 recoveries between the two counties.  

During this time period, Collin County confirmed eighty-six additional Frisco cases of COVID-19 and seventy-two recoveries as reported by the state; Denton County confirmed thirty-six additional Frisco cases, eight recoveries and one death. That means Frisco has 179 active COVID-19 cases (not including three deaths) between the two counties.

This Frisco table provides more detailed information. Please see the ‘notice’ below from Collin County.  

*Notice from Collin CountyAs of June 1, 2020, the Department of State Health Services (DSHS) began all COVID-19 and contact tracing activities for Collin County. The data presented here comes directly from DSHS’ Texas Health Trace system – not Collin County’s public health department. Any questions on this data should be directed to DSHS.    

The City of Frisco’s Public Health Awareness dashboard provides a graphical representation of data contained in the table. This digital tool also now serves as a gateway to dashboards provided by Collin and Denton Counties, which are our health authorities, as well as Texas Department of State Health Services. Please note, the dashboards may differ as not all data is city specific. For resources and information about the situation in Frisco, go to FriscoTexas.gov/coronavirus.

Spread Kindness, Not the Virus (PDF)
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Stop the Spread of Rumors:  Both FEMA and the CDC have webpages addressing rumors related to COVID-19. 

*Please note:  The City of Frisco COVID-19 cumulative updates are issued weekly on Fridays. The city’s website will continue to provide daily updates Monday - Friday (generally by 6 p.m.)  Links to Collin and Denton County digital dashboards, as well the dashboard for Texas Department of Health Services are also available via the City of Frisco Public Health Awareness Dashboard. The dashboards are updated daily for those who are interested.

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