Texas now leads the nation with the highest number of positive coronavirus tests of any state. Health officials began to warn of another surge in early- to mid-October. The state became the first in the U.S. to hit 1 million cases.
North Texas is also seeing rising numbers, nearing the 15% hospitalization threshold that would require rollbacks if met. Here’s information about the impact the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has had on Frisco.
Frisco data is no longer being provided, as the city halted publishing numbers indefinitely on Sept. 1. Additionally, Collin County stopped publishing countywide data, with the exception of hospitalizations on Nov. 10.
A notice on the Collin County dashboard reads: Collin County will no longer post COVID-19 case data on this website. Counts of new and confirmed cases, those who have recovered, and COVID-related deaths in Collin County may be obtained from the Department of State Health Services . Collin County will continue to report hospitalization data, as that information comes from daily polls of local hospitals reporting COVID-19 patients in their facilities.”