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Posted on: August 28, 2020

FRISCO Weekly COVID-19 Update: August 22 - 28, 2020

(August 21, 2020)  The Department of State Health Services (DSHS) continues to update its databases. As a result, today’s Collin County dashboard reflects a backlog of cases. We’ve been advised to expect fluctuation of numbers while upgrades to the system stabilize. 

Frisco added 75 cumulative cases, including 75 recoveries and one death between August 22-28. Please note (as mentioned above): some of the ‘75’ cases may be previously unreported and ‘older’ cases. That means Frisco has 499 active cases, 834 recoveries and 9 deaths between both Collin and Denton counties. 

Frisco reminds everyone to take advantage of the free, saliva test being offered by the state, here at a testing site in Frisco.  Check out for more information on this testing and more information about the situation in Frisco.

Spread Kindness, Not the Virus (PDF)

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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