News Flash


Posted on: June 2, 2020

No new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today

No new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (June 2, 2020, 4:15 p.m.) 

(June 2, 2020) Denton County confirms no new Frisco cases of COVID-19 today and no additional recoveries. Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases stands at 179, which includes 134 recoveries between the two counties. Today’s Frisco total does not include a daily total from Collin County. Please see the ‘notice’ below from Collin County.  

This Frisco table provides more detailed information.    

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 Health & Human 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

*Notice:  As of 12:00 a.m. on June 1, 2020, Collin County has ceased posting new case information. The Department of State Health Services (DSHS) will perform all COVID-19 case investigation and contact tracing activities for Collin County’s local health authority. Collin County will be able to access the state system to obtain data and reports for its jurisdiction, but details on the extent of the data and how reports will be distributed will be announced as soon as they are available. The Collin County COVID-19 dashboard will remain static until they start getting reports and data from the State. The City of Frisco will not be able to provide any updated case information from Collin County until that time.

At this time, Denton County shares it will not change its practice of reporting of new cases.

Protect yourself and others by doing this following, simple things as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC): 

  • Wash your hands often, at least 20 seconds, with soap and water.  Use sanitizer containing 60% alcohol in a pinch.  
  • Avoid touching your face, specifically eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Stay home as much as possible.
  • ‘Social Distance’ at least 6 feet.
  • Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or elbow.
  • Consider cloth face coverings when out in public; do not use a face mask meant for a healthcare worker.

The CDC recommends you contact your primary care physician (PCP) if you are sick.  Find more information at

Stop the Spread of Rumors:  Both FEMA and the CDC have webpages addressing rumors related to COVID-19. 

Facebook Twitter Email

Other News in Home

Notice of Meeting to Vote on 2020 Tax Rate

Posted on: September 4, 2020

Holiday Hours - Labor Day 2020

Posted on: September 2, 2020

Two New Cases of COVID-19 Confirmed

Posted on: March 28, 2020

David Shilson Named Frisco Police Chief

Posted on: October 17, 2019