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MAP: These are the confirmed COVID-19 cases in the Dallas-Fort Worth area

The first presumptive positive case of the novel coronavirus in North Texas was announced by Collin County officials on March 9.

This story will be continuously updated.

More than 20,000 people in the Dallas-Fort Worth area have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, and health officials have reported more than 500 deaths from COVID-19 across North Texas. 

The first local case was announced on March 9 in Collin County.  

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Below is a list of cases, which will be continuously updated as new information is provided by officials. 

Dallas County

Number of cases: 10,958 positive cases among Dallas County residents; 249 deaths 

On June 3, Dallas County health officials reported 239 more positive cases of novel coronavirus, bringing the total number of cases to 10,958 and 249 deaths.

Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins is encouraging residents to stay home if you can and practice safe social distancing.

TIMELINE: Here are the confirmed cases of coronavirus in Dallas County

Tarrant County

Number of cases: 5,761 positive cases; 168 deaths;  2,420 recoveries 

On June 3, Tarrant County health officials reported 138 new positive cases of novel coronavirus and one death, bringing the total to 5,761 cases and 168 deaths. Health officials also said the total amount of those recovered is now 2,420.

TIMELINE: Here are the confirmed cases of coronavirus in Tarrant County

Collin County

Number of cases: 1,346 positive cases, 36 deaths, 954 recoveries

On June 3, Collin County health officials said an 89-year-old Frisco man died from COVID-19, bringing the total of confirmed deaths to 36. 

TIMELINE: Here are the confirmed cases of coronavirus in Collin County

RELATED: Parents, 3-year-old child test positive for COVID-19, Collin County health officials say

Denton County

Number of cases: 1,398 positive cases, 32 deaths, 647 recoveries

On June 1, Denton County health officials reported 25 new cases of coronavirus and one more death, bringing the total to 1,398 positive cases and 32 deaths. There have been 647 recoveries.

On Sunday, May 31, Denton County health officials reported 16 more new cases of the novel coronavirus, bringing the county's total case count to 1,373.

 Officials announced 28 new positive cases of COVID-19 and one additional death Saturday.

Officials said the victim was a Carrollton man in his 80s, who was previously hospitalized.  

There have been 31 confirmed deaths related to COVID-19 in the county. 

For a more detailed look at the county's data, click here.

TIMELINE: Here are the confirmed coronavirus cases in Denton County

Ellis County

Number of cases: 359 positive cases, 13 deaths, 308 recoveries

The Texas Department of State Health Services has reported seven new cases of the novel coronavirus in Ellis County, bringing the total to 359 cases.

TIMELINE: Here are the confirmed coronavirus cases in Ellis County

Comanche County

Number of cases: 12 positive cases, 1 death, 3 recoveries

  • May 21: County officials said there were four new cases reported, raising the county total to 12 since tracking began. 
  • May 16: Two new cases of COVID-19 were reported by county officials, one in a Gustine resident and the other a city of Comanche resident. The county has now reported eight cases since tracking began in late March.
  • May 15: A sixth person has tested positive, county officials said. 
  • May 14: A county jail inmate has tested positive and been separated from the general population, officials said. This is the fifth case the county has reported since tracking began in March.  
  • May 4: Officials said 198 people have been tested so far, and they are waiting on results for 59 people. 
  • May 1: Officials announced the first death of a Comanche County resident from COVID-19. The resident died outside of the county and officials did not share any additional information. The county has had a total of four positive cases reported since the outbreak began. All three other people have been cleared from isolation by the state health department. Nine people are awaiting test results, with 141 tests having been done so far.  

Cooke County

Number of cases: 15 positive cases, 13 recoveries

  • May 21: Two new cases were reported. The county has now had 15 cases, with 13 people having recovered so far. 
  • May 14: County officials reported two new cases, bring the total tallied since tracking began in March to 13. 
  • May 4: Two new cases were announced by officials, as well as one new recovery. The county's total now stands at 11 cases and seven recoveries.
  • May 1: Health officials said there were three active cases in the county and six people had recovered from the disease so far. Four of the nine total cases were located in Gainesville, with the other five being in unincorporated areas of the county. 
  • April 29: There were three active cases and five recoveries in the county, officials said. Four of the patients were in Gainesville and four in unincorporated areas. 
  • April 28: County officials said there were three active cases in the county and four people had recovered. Nearly 300 had been tested in the county. Four of the people who had tested positive were from Gainesville, while the other three lived in unincorporated areas of the county. 
  • April 13: County officials said a second person had tested positive, but did not provide any additional information. 
  • April 10: County and city of Gainesville officials were notified of the first positive case in Cooke County. The Gainesville resident received the results on April 10 and the county was immediately notified, officials said. The resident self-quarantined at home while awaiting their results and is recovering at home.

Erath County

Number of cases: 16 positive cases, 1 death, 13 recoveries

  • May 31: State officials said there have now been at least 16 cases in the county.
  • May 17: State officials said there have now been at least 15 cases in the county.
  • May 10: State officials said there have now been at least 14 cases in the county.
  • April 15: Erath County officials reported two more cases of COVID-19, bringing the county total to 12 cases.
  • April 10: State health officials were reporting 10 positive cases of COVID-19 in Erath County.
  • April 1: County officials confirmed the sixth case of the disease. The patient lives in a rural part of Erath County and has been quarantined at home since they were tested, officials said. 
  • March 31: Officials said a fifth case of COVID-19 had been confirmed in the county. The patient lives in a rural part of the county and has been quarantined at home since being tested, according to officials. 
  • March 30: Officials reported a local resident who died at their home had tested positive for COVID-19. They were the fourth person to have been identified with the disease in the county. The test results came back after the person died, officials said. They had been self-quarantined at home since they were tested during a recent doctor's visit. They were the first person to die from the disease in the county.
  • March 29: County officials confirmed the third case of the disease. The patient was self-quarantining in their home, according to officials.
  • March 28: County officials announced the county's second case of COVID-19. The patient is a Stephenville woman in her twenties. She has been quarantined at home since becoming symptomatic, officials said.
  • March 23: Officials confirmed the first case of COVID-19 had been reported in Erath County. The patient was self-quarantining in their home, officials said.

Fannin County

Number of cases: 38 positive cases, 2 deaths, 19 recoveries

  • May 22: Officials said nine new cases of COVID-19 have been reported this week, bringing the countywide total to 38. Three of the new cases occurred at the Fannin County jail, according to officials. 
  • May 15: Officials said there had been three new cases this week, bringing the county's total to 29. Officials confirmed one of the new patients is a 47-year-old male inmate of the Fannin County jail. He reportedly contracted the virus from his cellmate. 
  • May 8: Officials confirm two additional cases of coronavirus, bringing the total to 26.
  • May 6: The first death in the county was reported by officials. The victim was 78 years old and lived near Ladonia, officials said.

  • May 5: One new case was reported, bringing the county total to 24. Recoveries went up by six to 14 people. One person is hospitalized.

  • May 1: Five new cases were reported in the county, including one resident a long-term care facility in Bonham and one inmate in the Fannin County Jail, health officials said. Both instances were the first report of cases in those kinds of facilities in the county, according to officials. The prisoner has been isolated, as have others who were exposed to them. The new cases include a Telephone man, two people who share an address in Trenton and someone in Ivanhoe. A 76-year-old patient has been in the hospital for three weeks but is expected to recover, according to officials. 

  • April 30: Eighteen people have contracted COVID-19 so far in the county, officials said.

  • April 24: Seventeen people have contracted COVID-19 and eight have recovered since the outbreak began, Fannin County officials said. Eight are Bonham residents, four men ages 23, 41, 64 and 72; and four women ages 30, 33, 65, and 76. In Dodd City, a 22-year-old woman and a 57-year-old have gotten the disease. In Ivanhoe, three women ages 38, 40 and 53 have been infected. In Telephone, a 62-year-old woman has gotten the disease and in Windom a 38-year-old woman has also contracted it. Two men who live near Trenton, one 31, the other 47, have also been infected. At least one person previously counted had been found to not be a Fannin County resident, and was therefore removed from the county's total case count. 

  • April 21: Fannin County health officials confirmed a 30-year-old woman from Ivanhoe tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the county's total to 13 confirmed cases. 
  • April 17: County health officials said there have been a total of 12 cases of COVID-19 reported in Fannin County. There have been no fatalities reported in the county.
  • April 11: County officials said there have been eight total cases reported since the outbreak began. Six of those cases have been confirmed by the state health department. There are also two Bonham women who self-reported to the county but have not been confirmed by the state, according to officials. Three of the state-confirmed cases are men. One is 23 years old, another is 64 and the third is 73. Two of the three have completely recovered. Two others are a 57-year-old Dodd City woman and a 30-year-old Trenton man. 
  • April 9: There were four Fannin County residents who have tested positive and have been verified to the county by the state health department, officials said. Two Bonham residents also told the county they had tested positive at a Lamar County emergency clinic. While their test results have not been verified by the state, the county will be at a total of six cases, according to officials.
  • March 26: The second case of COVID-19 was confirmed in the county. The infected person likely contracted the virus while traveling out-of-state and suspected they were sick upon their return, according to officials. They, and two family members who were exposed, immediately self-quarantined themselves. The patient initially had a "fairly rough time with flu-like symptoms, cough and moderate breathing difficulty" officials said, but they have since improved well and their other two family members have not shown symptoms. 
  • March 18: Fannin County officials confirmed a Bonham resident tested positive for COVID-19. Citing HIPPA, officials did not release any more information on the patient.

Grayson County 

Number of cases: 316 positive cases, 2 deaths, 124 recoveries

  • May 31: Officials announced six more positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the countywide total to 316 cases.
  • May 27: Officials announced an additional seven positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the countywide total to 310 cases. There are currently seven people in the hospital and 173 people at home in isolation. 
  • May 25: Three new cases were announced. Cases in the county now total 303 people, officials said, with seven people currently hospitalized. 
  • May 24: Four new cases were reported. The county has now confirmed 300 cases since tracking began in March. 
  • May 23: Officials said nine more people have tested positive for the virus and five people are currently hospitalized in the county. The total is now 296 cases. 
  • May 22: Twelve new cases were reported, including one person who is hospitalized. There are currently seven people in the hospital, with a total of 287 cases in the county. 
  • May 21: Another person with COVID-19 has died, county officials said, raising the death toll to 2. The victim, a Howe man in his 60s, had previously been hospitalized. He was one of the seven new cases reported. The county has now had 275 people test positive.
  • May 20: Sixty-nine new cases were reported, including two people who are currently hospitalized. Fifty-four of the new cases were people from Sherman. The county has now had 268 cases reported since tracing began. 
  • May 19: County officials reported the first known death of someone with COVID-19, a Denison man in his 50s who had been hospitalized. Officials reported another 33 new cases as well, raising the total in the county to 199 cases thus far. Five people are currently hospitalized.
  • May 18: Thirteen new cases were reported. The county has now had 165 cases, with four people currently hospitalized. Seventy-three have recovered. 
  • May 17: Officials reported five new cases, bringing the county's official count to 152. One of the five people has been hospitalized. 
  • May 16: Officials said seven new cases were reported. The Grayson County overall total of positive cases of COVID-19 is now 147. Officials say, so far, 66 people have recovered from the virus. Four people remain in the hospital and 77 are in home isolation.
  • May 15: Eleven more cases were reported by health officials, bringing the county's tally to 140 cases. Six people remain hospitalized.  
  • May 14: Seven more people have tested positive, according to officials, raising the county's total to 129 cases since tracking began in March. One of those tested is currently one of the six people hospitalized. 
  • May 13: Officials said ten more people tested positive. There have now been at least 122 cases of COVID-19 reported in the county. Three of the people who tested positive are currently hospitalized, along with two other COVID-19 patients. 
  • May 12: There have been seven new cases reported and three people are currently hospitalized, officials said. The county has now tallied at least 112 cases of COVID-19 since tracking began in March. 
  • May 11: Fourteen more people tested positive for COVID-19, officials said, including a 10-year-old, bringing the county's total to 105 cases counted since March. 
  • May 10: Two more people have tested positive, officials said, and both are in their 50s. One person is from Denison, the other from Sherman.
  • May 9: Grayson County health officials confirmed 6 additional positive cases of COVID-19. The six patients are in their 20s, 30s, 40s, and 50s. All of the patients are isolated at home. The county now has had 89 positive cases and 32 recoveries. Five people are currently hospitalized.
  • May 7: Two additional cases of COVID-19 were reported in Grayson County, bringing the total to 60 cases.
  • May 5: Five new cases were confirmed. The county total now stands at 58. All five people are from Sherman and they are in their 20s, 30s, and 60s. Two are currently hospitalized while three are isolating at home. One new recovery was reported as well. 
  • May 4: Four new cases were reported, bringing the county total to 53. Four people were still hospitalized and recoveries remained at 18. Thirty-one more tests were conducted, bringing the total to 1,034. 
  • May 3: Eight new cases were reported by county officials, bringing the total to 49 confirmed cases. Four people are currently hospitalized, while 27 remain isolated at home. So far, 1,003 have been tested and the results are pending for 48 people.
  • May 2: A total of 41 positive cases have been reported in the county, along with 18 recoveries, health officials said. Four people are currently hospitalized. Three of those cases were new, with the patients in their 30s and 40s. Two of them are from Sherman while one is from Tioga. 
  • May 1: Eighteen people have recovered and a total of 38 people have tested positive for the virus in the county, officials said. Three people are currently hospitalized. Four of the cases were new, and all of them were in their 40s. Three of them are from Sherman and one person is from Howe. 
  • April 30: Health officials said three more people had again tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total number of cases to 34 in the county. One person is in their 30s, the second in their 40s and the third in their 70s. All are isolated at home. One is from Denison and two are from Sherman.  
  • April 29: Health officials said three more people had tested positive for the disease: one each in their 20s, 40s and 50s, all isolated at home. Two are from Sherman and one is from Denison. They also reported a fourth new case, of a person in their 50s from Van Alstyne who is currently hospitalized outside the county.
  • April 28: Health officials confirmed the county's 25th, 26th and 27th cases of COVID-19. Two are currently hospitalized: both are from Sherman, one is in their 50s and the other in their 60s. The other was also a Sherman resident who is in their 20s and is isolating at home. 
  • April 10: County officials there have been 17 positive cases of the novel coronavirus. One person is currently hospitalized, five are at home and 11 have recovered.
  • April 6: There were 14 confirmed cases in Grayson County, according to officials. 285 people had been tested, with 71 results pending.
  • March 27: Grayson County confirmed two positive cases of COVID-19. The county reports since March, at least 145 residents have been tested and there are 39 pending tests between state and private labs.

Hill County

Number of cases: 24 positive cases, 1 death, 12 recoveries

  • May 22: An additional case was reported, bringing the county's total to 24 since March.
  • May 19: State officials reported an additional case. The county has now had 23 cases, with 11 recoveries. 
  • May 14: Officials said there was one new case reported. The county has now tallied 22 cases since March. Ten people have recovered and one has died so far. 
  • May 12: Two new cases were reported, including one person who has already recovered, officials said. There have now been 21 cases recorded in the county. 
  • May 8: Another case was confirmed by officials, increasing the county's total to 19 cases. Eight people have recovered so far. 
  • May 5: An additional case was confirmed in a Hillsboro man in his 30s, officials said. The reported case from May 4 is a Hillsboro woman in her thirties. The county has now had 18 positive cases. 
  • May 4: Officials reported one new case, bringing the county total to 17.
  • May 1: County Judge Justin W. Lewis said one person had died and five people had recovered since the outbreak began in Hill County. Ten cases are still active. 
  • April 29: Officials confirmed the 16th case in the county. It is a Hillsboro man in his 40s.
  • April 28: The county judge said a 16th case would be confirmed in the coming days by state officials, but did not have any additional information. 
  • April 24: Officials added a 15th case to the county's total, a Hillsboro man in his 60s who had already recovered. 
  • April 23: The county is now reporting 14 total cases. The two cases announced on April 22 are men from Hillsboro, officials said. The other case is a woman from Hubbard who has recovered from the virus.  
  • April 22: Two new cases were reported, bringing the county total to 13. Officials did not have additional details on the cases. 
  • April 21: The number of cases increased to 11 as a Hillsboro man in his 40s was reported as a new case, according to county officials. 
  • April 15: County health officials reported one death and two recoveries, but did not provide any additional information. 
  • April 9: County officials said the number of positive cases had jumped to 10 in Hill County. Four of those confirmed cases were in Hillsboro, two each in Whitney and Covington, and one each in Itasca and Hubbard.
  • April 3: County officials said there were six confirmed cases, with positive cases in Hubbard, Hillsboro, Covington and Whitney. Four of those cases were among people who work in health care. Two were hospitalized.
  • April 2: County officials confirmed three cases of COVID-19.
  • April 1: County officials said there were now two cases confirmed.
  • March 27: Health officials confirmed the county's first case of COVID-19.

Hood County

Number of cases: 26 positive cases, 3 deaths, 15 recoveries

  • May 26: Hood County health officials reported a total of 26 positive cases of COVID-19 in the county since tracking began in March.
  • May 20: Officials reported three more positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the county's total to 25 cases. 
  • May 12: Three more cases have been reported to the county, raising its total to 22 cases since tracking began in March. At least 12 people have recovered. 
  • May 11: County officials clarified to WFAA one case previously reported in the county was actually a Somervell resident, lowering the overall case count to 19.
  • May 1: Officials said another case of COVID-19 had been confirmed in the county. At least five people remain isolated at home and a "majority have recovered," though a specific number was not given. 
  • April 27: Hood County health officials reported two more cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to 19.
  • April 15: Health officials reported two more COVID-19 related deaths and one more case, bringing the county total to 17 cases.
  • April 10: Health officials said a 16th person was confirmed to have coronavirus and is being isolated.
  • April 9: Health officials said that a thirteenth resident tested positive for coronavirus. The virus was transmitted from a family member, health officials said.
  • April 8: Health officials said that 208 total COVID-19 cases have been reported for residents. There have been 147 negative tests and 49 cases pending confirmation.
  • April 6: Health officials said out of 182 total COVID-19 tests that have been reported for county residents, there have been 11 positive cases and 120 negatives, while 51 test results are pending. 
  • April 2: Hood County health officials reported the county's first death from COVID-19. This patient was a man in his 60s who had underlying health conditions. No other information was released by the county. 
  • March 31: Hood County officials reported two more positive cases of COVID-19 for a total of eight cases.
  • March 29: Hood County officials reported three more positive COVID-19 tests for a total of six in the county. All of the patients had family or close work contacts who previously tested positive, and they appear to have contracted the virus from those contacts. "All of the patients and their close contacts remain isolated at home in accordance with public health guidelines, none have required hospitalization at this time," the county said.
  • March 27: Hood County officials reported two more positive cases of CVId-19. The third case is a transportation industry worker in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, officials said. 
  • March 25: Hood County officials reported the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in the county. The person, who is in their 50s, was tested Monday and Lakeside Physicians received the positive test result Wednesday morning, officials said. The patient had recently returned from an overseas cruise where another person tested positive, officials said. The Hood Coutypatient is now at home in self-isolation.

Hunt County

Number of cases: 79 positive cases, 4 deaths, 47 recoveries

  • May 31: Six new cases of novel coronavirus were reported, bringing the county's total to 79 cases since tracking began in March. 
  • May 25: One new case was reported, bringing the county's total to 73 people since tracking began in March. 
  • May 22: A woman over the age of 65 was the latest to die with the disease, according to officials. She had been hospitalized and had underlying health conditions. The death toll now stands at four people. Officials also said they confirmed four new cases, bringing the total to 72 cases. One of those people is currently hospitalized. 
  • May 20: One new case was reported. The county has now had 68 cases. 
  • May 19: Officials said there were two new cases, raising the county total to 67. 
  • May 18: Another new case was reported. The county has now had 65 cases. 
  • May 17: One new case was reported, bringing the county total to 64. 
  • May 16: Hunt County officials confirmed the countywide total is 63 cases. Officials say of the 63 cases; 43 people have recovered, and three have died.
  • May 14: Eight new cases were reported, bringing the county's total to 63 people, health officials said. Two of the new cases are children and all eight are recovering at home.
  • May 11: A girl under the age of 17 is the 55th person to test positive, county officials said. County officials also said a Hunt County man who had been a resident of a Rockwall nursing home has died, but has now been counted as a Rockwall resident, lowering the county's number of cases by one. 
  • May 8: An additional person has tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the county's total to 55 positive cases. The case is a woman between the ages of 18 and 30. 
  • May 7: Two people in Hunt County have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, officials report. This brings the countywide total to 54.

    The patients include a woman between 31 to 49 years old who lives within the zip code 75189. The other patient is a man older than 65 who lives within the zip code 75474. Health officials say both patients are recovering at home.

  • May 5: Two more cases were confirmed, one in a man between the ages of 31 and 49 and one in a woman between the ages of 50 and 64, officials said. The county has now had 52 positive cases.

  • May 4: Three new cases were announced, bringing the county total to 50. They included a girl under the age of 17, a woman between the ages of 18 and 30 and a man between 31 and 49 years old. 
  • May 3: County health officials said there had been 47 total cases in the county since the outbreak began. Of those, 12 cases were active, with nine new recoveries, bringing the county's total to 32. Three county residents have died from the virus.
  • May 2: Officials said another person in the county had died from the disease. He was a man over the age of 65 with underlying health conditions who was being treated at Hunt Regional Medical Center in Greenville. 
  • May 1: Two new cases were reported, officials said. One was a woman who was between the ages of 31 and 49, while the other was a woman between the ages of 50 and 64. The county has now had 47 cases. 
  • April 30: A man between the ages of 18 and 30 is the latest case reported in Hunt County, bringing the total to 45.
  • April 26: Health officials reported three additional positive cases in the county. One of those cases was a woman between the ages of 31 and 49. She had previously tested positive and recovered after she was tracked as the county's "Case #2." The two new cases include a woman between the ages of 18 and 30 and a woman older than 65. The county now has had 44 cases.
  • April 22: Health officials reported four additional positive cases of COVID-19. The positive cases included two women and two men.
  • April 21: Officials said three people under 17 have tested positive for COVID-19 in the county. One girl and two boys under the age of 17 were confirmed to have the novel coronavirus. All three live in the same zip code, 75401. Officials also retracted a former case, for their 29th patient. The test result was misreported, according to officials, due to a problem with a fax. The county has now had 34 total cases. 
  • April 19: Hunt County officials said two more cases of COVID-19 had been reported in the county, both among women between the ages of 31 and 49. This brings the county's total to 32 cases so far. 
  • April 16: Hunt County health officials confirmed its 25th case of the novel coronavirus. County health officials stated the latest patient is a woman who lives in the zip code of 75401 and is anywhere from 18 to 30 years old.
    Additional details regarding the victim were not released by officials in an effort to protect the woman's privacy.
  • April 13: Hunt County officials reported four new cases of COVID-19, bringing the county total to 22. One of the new cases was in a man over the age of 65 who has died from the disease, according to officials. He was a resident of Hunt County but was living in a Dallas County facility when he became symptomatic and later died. He had had underlying health conditions. The other cases include two men between the ages of 31 and 49 as well as a man between the ages of 50 to 64, officials said. All three are recovering at home.
  • April 12: Officials announced the first person to die from COVID-19 in Hunt County was a woman between the ages of 31 and 49. She had been hospitalized and was in the ICU at Hunt Regional Medical Center in Greenville when she died, officials said. She had had underlying medical issues. She had previously been reported as the 18th positive case in the county.
  • April 11County officials said they had confirmed the 17th and 18th positive cases on COVID-19 in the county. One was in a man who is older than 65 and the other was in a woman between the ages of 31 and 49.
  • April 10: A woman between the ages of 50 and 64 became the county's 16 confirmed case.
  • April 9: Health officials said a girl between the ages of 0 and 17 was the latest case of COVID-19 in the county, bringing the total to 15 thus far.
  • April 7: County health officials reported an additional case of COVID-19, this one in a woman between the ages of 31 and 49. The county has now seen 14 confirmed cases. 
  • April 6: One new case was reported in the county. A woman between the age of 18 and 30 years old had contracted COVID-19, bringing the total case count to 13, officials said.
  • April 5: Four new cases of the disease were reported in the county. One was a girl between the ages of 0 and 17, one was a man between 31 and 49 years old and another was a man in the 50 to 64 age range. A third man, also in the 50 to 64 age range, also tested positive for COVID-19, health officials said. The total in the county is now 12 confirmed cases.
  • April 2: The seventh and eighth cases in the county were reported, according to officials. One of the COVID-19 patients was a woman over the age of 65 and another was a man between the ages of 31 and 49. 
  • April 1: Two more cases of COVID-19 were reported in Hunt County, officials said. One was a woman between the ages of 18 and 30 and another was a man between the ages of 50 and 64.
  • March 30: A Farmersville man who is older than 65 became the fourth confirmed COVID-19 case in Hunt County. 
  • March 29: A third case of COVID-19 was reported in Hunt County, this time in a Quinlan man older than 65. 
  • March 28: County officials said they had found another case of COVID-19, this time in a Commerce woman in the age range of 18 to 30. Her case brings the county's total to two cases. 
  • March 27: Hunt County officials said a second person had tested positive for COVID-19. The patient is a man between 50 and 64 years old, and lives in the 75402 zip code south of Greenville. Officials later clarified he was not a resident of the county and therefore would not be included in the county case total.
  • March 24: Officials announced the first resident tested positive for COVID-19 in Hunt County. The woman is between 50 and 64 years old and lives in the southwest corner of the county.

Johnson County

Number of cases: 199 positive cases, 4 deaths, 149 reported recoveries

  • June 1: Officials reported four new cases, bringing the total to 199 cases. Officials also reported a total of 149 recoveries. 
  • May 22: Officials reported four new cases and five new recoveries, bringing the respective totals to 173 and 118. 
  • May 21: Eight new cases were reported along with 10 new recoveries. The county's totals now stand at 169 and 113 people respectively. 
  • May 19: Twelve additional cases were reported, bringing the total number of cases to 161 since the outbreak began. There have been 103 reported recoveries.
  • May 15: Eight new cases and five new recoveries were reported, health officials said, bringing the respective tallies to 132 and 90 since tracking began in March. 
  • May 14: Three new cases were reported, according to officials. The county has now tracked 124 cases and 85 recoveries.
  • May 12: Three more people have tested positive and two more have recovered, officials said. There have now been 121 cases and 84 recoveries in the county. 
  • May 8: Four new cases and two new recoveries have been reported by officials, bringing the county total to 114 cases with 75 recoveries. 
  • May 6: Eight new cases were reported by officials, along with 10 recoveries, The county has now seen 110 cases with 73 recoveries. 
  • May 5: Five new cases were reported, bringing the total to 102 in the county. Three of those cases were in people who had already recovered, officials said. Sixty-three people have now recovered from the disease.
  • May 4: Seven more cases were reported as well as seven new recoveries, officials said. The totals are now 97 and 53, respectively, in the county.
  • May 1: Eight additional cases were reported, bringing the county's total to 90 cases so far. Of the total number of cases, 32 have been reported in Burleson. Thirty have been reported in unincorporated parts of the county. Forty-six people have recovered so far.
  • April 26: There have been 64 cases of COVID-19 reported in Johnson County residents.
  • April 22: Health officials said they have found five new cases of the disease, bringing the county total to 61. Thirty people have been released from home isolation so far, a similar figure to recoveries. 
  • April 21: County health officials announced there is a total of 57 positive cases in the county with two deaths.
  • April 14: County officials said there were four new cases in the county, bringing the total to 39 since the outbreak began. 20 cases have been out of Burleson, five in Cleburne and one each in Mansfield, Keene, Venus and Joshua. Ten cases have also been reported in unincorporated Johnson County.
  • April 13: Johnson County officials said they have 35 total cases.
  • April 10: Johnson County officials said they have 31 total cases, including 17 in Burleson, four in Cleburne, and one each in Mansfield, Keene, Venus and Joshua. There are also six in unincorporated Johnson County.
  • April 7: County officials said they had now confirmed 27 total cases, with 21 active and 6 people having recovered. 10 of the cases were among Burleson residents, three in Cleburne, one each in Venus and Keene and six others in unincorporated parts of the county.
  • April 6: The county had seen 22 total cases. 18 were active cases while four people had recovered. 12 of those cases have been in Burleson.
  • April 1: County officials reported five new cases of COVID-19 for a total of 13 cases. There are seven positive cases in Burleson, two in Cleburne, one in Mansfield and three in unincoporated Johnson County, a tweet from Johnson County Emergency Management officials said. 
  • March 30: Johnson County Emergency Management announced two more cases, bringing the county's total to eight.
  • March 27: Johnson County Emergency Management announced there were four new positive cases of COVID-19. Emergency management also reported that a Johnson County resident who contracted COVID-19 during a cruise, had passed away at an out-of-state hospital. The resident was a man in his upper 60s with an underlying health issue. 
  • March 19: A second positive case was confirmed, this one a resident of Burleson. No other information was released.
  • March 18: Health officials identified the first positive COVID-19 result in Johnson County: A man in his 40s. Health officials did not say whether the case is linked to travel or another confirmed case of COVID-19.

Kaufman County 

Number of cases: 216 positive cases, 1 death, 199 recoveries

  • June 1: A total of 203 people have tested positive for the coronavirus so far in the county, with 199 recovered so far, according to county data.
  • May 22: A total of 179 people have tested positive for the virus so far in the county, according to official data, with 144 having recovered so far. 
  • May 15: There are 143 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Kaufman County, according to county officials. Officials say of those patients, 102 have presumably recovered. 
  • May 11: Officials said there were ten new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to 119 in the county. Seven new recoveries were also reported.
  • May 8: County officials said there were now a total of 109 cases, with 84 having recovered so far. 
  • May 6: Five new cases were reported, along with seven recoveries. The case count total now stands at 101, with 77 recovered. 
  • May 5: Six new cases and nine new recovered were reported, bringing the county's totals to 96 and 70, respectively.
  • May 4: Three new cases were reported, along with seven new recoveries. The county total is now 90 cases with 61 recoveries. 
  • May 1: One new case is reported, bringing the countywide total to 87. There are 33 active cases and 54 reported recoveries. 
  • April 30: Three new cases of COVID-19 are reported.
  • April 29: Nine new cases of the novel coronavirus are reported, bringing the countywide total to 83 cases.
  • April 26: There are 71 cases of COVID-19 reported in Kaufman County residents.
  • April 21: There are 48 cases of COVID-19 among Kaufman County residents.
  • April 15: There are 32 cases of COVID-19.
  • April 13: There are 28 cases of COVID-19 among Kaufman County residents.
  • April 10: Officials said there were 24 cases of COVID-19 among Kaufman County residents.
  • April 7: County officials reported 16 cases of COVID-19. Eleven are in Forney, officials said. 
  • March 24: There are two cases of COVID-19 in Kaufman County. 

Lamar County

Number of cases: 136 positive cases, 10 deaths, 43 recoveries 

  • May 26: Officials announced one more person has died from COVID-19, bringing the total death count to 10. Officials also announced two more positive cases.
  • May 23: Officials were notified of an additional case, bringing the county total to 134 cases since tracking began in March. 
  • May 22: Five additional cases were reported, bringing the county total to 133 cases, officials said.
  • May 21: Two additional cases were reported, for a total of 128 so far. Forty-three people have now recovered.
  • May 20: Another person has been confirmed to have the virus, officials said, bringing the county total to at least 126 people. 
  • May 19: Three more cases have been reported, raising the county total to 125 cases.
  • May 18: County officials said 6 more cases had been reported, for a total of 122 cases. 
  • May 16: A ninth person in the county has died from COVID-19, officials said. They are the seventh person associated with the Paris Healthcare Nursing Home to have died from the disease. The county also reported two new cases, bringing it's total to 116. Thirty-one people have recovered.
  • May 14: Two more people have tested positive for COVID-19, officials announced. The county has now tracked 111 cases since March. 
  • May 13: Two more people have died from the disease, officials said. One was a 65-year-old woman while the other was a 82-year-old man who had been connected to the outbreak at the Paris Healthcare Nursing Home. Eight people in the county have now died. Four new cased were also reported, raising the county's total to 109. 
  • May 12: Another person has died from COVID-19 in the county, officials said. This is the sixth death, but the first not connected to a nursing home in the county. One new case was also reported, bringing the total to 105.  
  • May 10: A fifth person has died in the county, and was again a person connected to the outbreak at the Paris Healthcare Nursing Home. Fifty-four people connected to that nursing home have tested positive so far for COVID-19, county officials said. Four more people connected to the Stillhouse Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center have also tested positive, with 60 test results pending, bringing the total at that facility to 15 cases.
  • May 9: Seven new cases were reported, but none were connected to any nursing homes in the county, officials said. The total now stands at 96 cases. 
  • May 8: A fourth person connected to the Paris Healthcare Nursing Home has died, officials announced. All of the deaths in the county so far have been linked to that facility. Officials also reported four new cases and a total of six recoveries. The county has now had 89 cases reported. Of those 89, 66 cases have been connected to a long-term care facility.
  • May 7: Officials said there were eight new cases in the county, bringing the total to 85 so far, and reported new figures for different nursing homes there as well. Three people linked to Brentwood Terrace Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center and two more people connected to Stillhouse Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center have tested positive. Stillhouse has now had 11 cases reported. Both facilities had additional test results pending.
  • May 6: County officials report one additional case, bringing the total to 77. 
  • May 5: Two more people have died from the disease in Lamar County, officials said. Both were associated with the Paris Healthcare Nursing Home. The death toll now stands at three people, all associated with the nursing home. Fifty-two people who have tested positive so far are connected to the Paris Healthcare Nursing Home. Nine people who have tested positive in the county are associated with Stillhouse Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center in Paris, officials revealed. The county also added five new cases, bringing its total to 76. More test results were pending for Stillhouse and other nursing homes in the county.
  • May 4: Two new cases were announced, one affiliated with the Paris Healthcare Nursing Home. The nursing home has now had 51 cases out of the 71 in the county. No other nursing homes in the county have had a positive case so far.
  • May 2: One new case was reported by health officials. The new case was associated with the outbreak at the Paris Healthcare Nursing Home, bringing the facility's total of cases to 50. The county now has 69 total cases.
  • May 1: Three new cases were announced by health officials, none of which were associated with the Paris Healthcare Nursing Home. The county total is now 68 cases.
  • April 30: Four more cases were announced by officials, including one affiliated with the Paris Healthcare Nursing Home. The county total is now at 65 cases, of which 49 are associated with the nursing home.
  • April 29: Officials announced the first person to die in the county from the disease had been associated with the current outbreak at the Paris Healthcare Nursing Home. No additional details were provided about the person who died. Officials also announced four new cases of the disease, including one new case associated with the nursing home. Forty-eight people associated with the nursing home have now tested positive, and 61 cases total have been confirmed in the county. Six people have recovered so far
  • April 28: Officials said they had confirmed seven new cases of the disease in the county, bringing the total to 57. Six of those new cases were associated with the Paris Healthcare Nursing Home, bringing the total at the nursing home now to 47 cases.
  • April 26: Officials with the Paris-Lamar County Health District announced that between staff and residents, 41 people associated with the Paris Healthcare Nursing Home had so far tested positive for COVID-19.The increase came after a drive-thru testing site was set up on Saturday. The 41 cases from the nursing home make up the bulk of county's outbreak. Of the 50 cases, seven are believed to be travel-related while 43 are from community spread, officials said. Nineteen patients are in the 60 to 69 age range, while seven are between the ages of 70 and 79. Eight people who have tested positive are 80 years or older. There are also seven people who are between 50 and 59, four people between 40 and 49, three people between 30 and 39 and two people between 20 and 29 with the disease. Officials did not say who among them, if any, had additional underlying conditions that put them at a higher risk.

Navarro County

Number of cases: 49 positive cases, 2 deaths, 32 recoveries

  • May 27: Four new cases were reported, bringing the county total to 49 cases.
  • May 25: One new case was reported, bringing the county total to 45 cases. One person is currently hospitalized.
  • May 22: An additional two new cases were reported. The county total is now 44 cases. 
  • May 21: Officials reported two new cases. The county has now had 42 total cases with one person currently in the hospital. Twenty-eight people have recovered so far.
  • May 19: Officials said two new positive cases were found, increasing the county total to 40.
  • May 14: One new case was reported, bringing the county's total to 38. Nine cases remain active, though no one is currently hospitalized. 
  • May 12: Another person has tested positive, according to officials. The county has now had 37 cases, 10 of which are active. 
  • May 9: Three more people have recovered, bringing the total to 25, officials said. Two people are now hospitalized, another decrease from the day before.
  • May 8: Hospitalizations decreased to three people, though no other numbers have changed, officials said.
  • May 7: Two more people have tested positive in the county and at least one more person is now in the hospital, officials said. The totals are 36 cases and four currently hospitalized.
  • May 6: One new case is reported, bringing the county total to 34. 
  • May 5: Two new cases were reported, bringing the county total to 33. Three people are currently hospitalized, according to officials. 
  • May 4: Five more people have recovered from the disease, for a total of 22 people in the county. Two people are currently hospitalized, county officials said.
  • April 30: There is one new coronavirus case reported, bringing the total to 31. Seventeen people have recovered and 12 cases remain active. One person is hospitalized. 
  • April 28: There are two new cases reported, bringing the county total to 30. There are 16 reported recoveries. Health officials said there are 12 active locations. 
  • April 26: There are 28 positive cases of COVID-19 in Navarro County.
  • April 20: There are 23 cases of COVID-19 among Navarro County residents
  • April 13: County officials said there had been four new cases reported, bringing the total to 16. The new cases include one person each in Rice and Kerens and two people in Powell. 
  • April 11: Officials announced three people had recovered from the disease so far.
  • April 10: County officials confirmed there were a total of 12 positive COVID-19 cases. The cases include four in Rice, three in Corsicana, two each in Barry and Emhouse, and one in Dawson. 
  • April 6: County officials confirmed a new case of COVID-19, this time in another Emhouse resident, bringing the county total to eight cases.
  • April 5: County officials said a 51-year-old Corsicana woman was the second person in the county to die after testing positive for COVID-19. She tested positive on March 31 at Navarro Regional Hospital before she was transferred to Baylor Hospital, which is where she died. 
  • April 4: Officials reported the county now had seen seven cases of COVID-19. Two confirmed cases are in Corsicana and Barry, while one each has been reported in Dawson, Emhouse Rice. The Rice resident was the first person to die from complications with the disease in the county. 
  • April 2: The Navarro County Office of Emergency Management reported the county now has five cases of COVID-19. Two confirmed cases are in Corsicana, one in Dawson, one in Emhouse and one in Rice, officials say. 
  • April 1: County officials announced the first death of a resident with COVID-19. The person who died was a 47-year-old Rice woman who had underlying medical conditions, according to officials. She had tested positive for the disease on March 25 at Ennis Regional Hospital before she was transferred to Texas Health Plano, where she died on April 1, officials said.
  • March 31: A fourth case was reported by county health officials. A middle-aged Corsicana woman who works in the service industry had been hospitalized at Navarro Regional Hospital with the disease. She was tested upon admission to the hospital after health care workers suspected she was a case and has been managed as such, officials said. 
  • March 28: Two more cases had been reported, bring the county's total to three, officials said. 53 people had been tested, with 43 people getting negative results and seven pending. One case each is located in Rice, near Emhouse and in far western Navarro County near Dawson.
    (Case locations - 1 in Rice, 1 near Emhouse, 1 in far western Navarro County)
  • March 26: Navarro County reported its first case of COVID-19. The patient is currently hospitalized and is being treated at an out-of-county medical facility, according to officials.

Palo Pinto County

Number of cases: 10 positive cases, 2 deaths

  • May 25: State officials have increased the county total by one to 10 cases.
  • May 10: State officials now say two people have died from the disease.
  • May 6: An additional case has been reported by state health officials, bringing the county total to 9.
  • May 2: The county has recorded eight cases. 
  • April 20: There are seven cases of COVID-19 among Palo Pinto County residents and one death has been reported.

Parker County

Number of cases: 70 positive cases, 1 death, 64 recoveries

  • May 29: Officials reported three new cases of the novel coronavirus, bringing the total to 70. Officials also reported 10 more recoveries, bringing the total to 64.
  • May 21: Officials reported the first death of someone with COVID-19 in the county. The victim was a Weatherford resident whose death certificate listed COVID-19 as a contributing factor, officials said. They did not release any additional details. The county has now had a total of 67 positive cases, with 54 recoveries since tracking began in March. 
  • May 15: Officials said there have now been 57 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 48 recoveries. 
  • May 9: Officials said there have now been 45 cases reported, with 38 recovered. 
  • May 5: One new positive case and one new recovery were reported, both in Weatherford, bringing the county totals to 40 and 29, respectively. 
  • May 4: County officials said there were four new cases, two among Weatherford residents and one person each from Springtown and Reno. The county's case total is now 39. Four more people have recovered, bringing that total to 28. Eleven cases are currently active. 
  • May 2: County officials reported five new cases. Two are residents of Aledo. The others are residents of Cresson, Springtown and Willow Park. There are 11 active cases in the county.  
  • April 26: There are 24 cases of COVID-19 in Parker County.
  • April 18: There are 21 cases of COVID-19 among Parker County residents. 
  • April 15: Officials with the county said another case had been confirmed, Azle, bringing the county total to 15.
  • April 13: Officials with the county said another case had been confirmed in Azle, bringing the county total to 14. Three more people had recovered from the disease-- a Lipan man in his 60s, a Peaster woman in her 80s and a Weatherford woman in her 20s.
  • April 11: County officials reported two new cases, a Willow Park man in his 30s and a Willow Park woman in her 30s, bringing the county total to 13 cases. Recoveries remained at four people.
  • April 10: State officials were reporting a total of 11 cases of COVID-19 in Parker County.
  • April 6: Four total people had recovered of the six sickened by the coronavirus. The two new recoveries were that of two Weatherford men, one in his 70s and the other in his 30s, according to Parker County Judge Pat Deen.
  • April 4: A sixth case had been confirmed in the county, Judge Pat Deen said. The new case was a Weatherford woman in her 20s. 
  • April 3: Parker County Judge Pat Deen said a new case had been confirmed in a Peaster woman in her 80s, bringing the county total to five. Two people had recovered, a Springtown man in his 60s and an Azle woman in her 30s. Two Weatherford men were still battling the disease, one in his 70s and the other in his 30s.  
  • March 27: County Judge Pat Deen said the county had confirmed its third and fourth cases of COVID-19. Two cases total have been reported in Weatherford, with one each in Azle and Springtown. 
  • March 25: The Parker County Office of Emergency Management and the Parker County Local Health Authority received confirmation on the county's second confirmed COVID-19 patient. Due to health confidentiality laws, the county did not provide any new information.
  • March 22: County Judge Pat Deen announced that Parker County had confirmed its first case of the disease with the Texas Department of State Health Services. Deen said no further information on the patient would be released, citing health confidentiality laws.

Rockwall County

Number of cases: 186 positive cases, 13 deaths, 154 recoveries 

  • June 1: There are now 186 positive cases of coronavirus and 13 deaths in the county, according to county data. County officials also reported a total of 154 recoveries.
  • May 26: Another person connected to the Broadmoor Medical Lodge has died, county officials said, raising the county and facility death toll to 12 people. Forty residents have tested positive, along with 21 staff members. Fifteen residents and 17 staff members have recovered so far. 
  • May 22: Officials announced five additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the countywide total to 168 cases. 
  • May 21: Two more people connected to the Broadmoor Medical Lodge have died from COVID-19, officials said. The total number of deaths in the county is now 11 people, all connected to the facility. Another resident has also tested positive as the fourth round of testing has finished. Forty residents have tested positive, along with 21 staff members. Fifteen residents and 17 staff members have recovered so far. Officials also reported four new cases, raising the county total 163 positives with 108 recoveries. 
  • May 20: Six new cases were reported, raising the total to 159 so far. 
  • May 19: A ninth person connected to the Broadmoor Medical Lodge has died, officials said. There are currently 60 cases tied to the facility, with 28 still active. Two additional cases were reported in the county as well. Eighty-seven people have recovered so far. 
  • May 17: Officials announced there have now been 60 cases connected to the Broadmoor Medical Lodge. Thirty-nine of those cases are residents, 15 of whom have recovered so far. The other 21 are staff members; 17 have recovered. Eight people connected to the facility have died. Local fire departments are now working with the Broadmoor and other nursing homes to ensure those who are sick are getting tested.
  • May 16: State health officials reported ten new cases. There have now been 151 total cases and six deaths in Rockwall County, officials said. Eighty-seven have recovered.
  • May 15Officials said a sixth person has died. They, along with the five other victims in the county, were a resident of the Broadmoor Medical Lodge. The facility continues to test residents. Three other people have been added to the county's case totals, bringing the number testing positive to 141. 
  • May 14: Seven more people have tested positive, according to officials. The county has now tallied 138 cases so far. 
  • May 13: At least 75 people have recovered from COVID-19, county officials said. Five more have also tested positive. The county has now confirmed 131 cases since tracking began in March.
  • May 12: Ten new cases were confirmed by state officials, bringing the county's total tallied to 126, according to officials. 
  • May 10: A fifth person connected to the Broadmoor Medical Lodge has died, officials said. All five people who have died in the county were tied to the outbreak at the facility, and at least four of the victims were residents. Officials also said there were four new cases in the county, two in fate, one in McLendon-Chisholm and one at the Broadmoor. One person is in their 50s, two in their 60s and one in their 70s. The county has now had at least 116 cases reported.
  • May 9: A total of 52 COVID-19 cases have now been linked to the Broadmoor Medical Lodge. Thirty-two residents have been sickened by the disease, along with 20 staff members. Eleven residents and 14 staff members have recovered so far, county officials said. Three of those cases were reported on May 9, two among residents and one in a staff member. State officials confirmed two separate cases as well, bringing the county's total to 112. 

  • May 8: County officials reported 10 new cases connected to the Broadmoor Medical Lodge, for a total of 49 connected to the facility. Thirty are among residents, including the four people who have died from the disease, and 19 staff members have tested positive as well. One other case not connected to the facility was reported by state officials. The county has now had at least 110 cases.

  • May 7: One new case was reported by state officials, bringing the county's total to 106 cases.

  • May 6: Officials announced an additional person had died, bringing the county death toll to four people. The victim had been associated with the Broadmoor Medical Lodge, officials said. At least 39 cases have been associated with that facility so far in the county. Officials also reported three new cases, two in Rockwall and one in Fate.  One person is in their 30s, the second in their 40s and the third in their 50s. 
  • May 5: County officials said five more cases were found among staff at the Broadmoor Medical Lodge, bringing the nursing home's total to 39 cases, 20 among residents and 19 among staff. Officials also clarified all three reported deaths in the county were among residents at the facility. The facility has also begun a second round of testing after completing a first round. All positive staff members do not reside in the county, so they won't be reflected in the county's case count, officials said, but state health officials are still only reporting 14 total cases connected to the facility. Two new cases were also reported by the state, bringing the county's official total to 102. One case was a Rockwall resident, the other in Royse City. Fifty-six people have recovered so far.
  • May 2: Health officials reported two new cases. Both are residents of Royse City. One in the 20s and one in the 40s.  
  • May 1: Two more people have died from the disease in Rockwall Coutny, officials said. Both were residents at the Broadmoor Medical Lodge. One was in their late 80s, the other in their 90s. County officials also reported eight new cases of COVID-19 had been associated with the Broadmoor, all among staff members. The facility has now had a reported 34 cases associated with it, though state health officials have only associated 14 cases with it so far. One important note, officials said, was that not all staff members live in the county, so they won't all be counted in the county's total. Four additional cases were also reported to the county by the state, bringing the county's case total to at least 98 cases. Two are residents in Rockwall, one in Royse City and one in Fate. 
  • April 30: Rockwall County officials reported two new coronavirus cases. Both are people in their 30s. 
  • April 28: County officials announced all testing at the Broadmoor Medical Lodge in Rockwall had been completed and that 26 total cases were associated with the facility, 20 among the residents of the nursing home and six among the staff. Officials said the state was lagging behind and still only reporting 11 cases, but representatives of the Broadmoor had confirmed the case counts to county officials. Eleven of the 26 were asymptomatic and showed no signs of the disease. County officials also reported 8 additional cases, bringing the county total to at least 89 cases. 
  • April 27: Rockwall County officials reported two new positive cases of the novel coronavirus.
  • April 26: Officials reported the first death in the county, but did not provide additional details about the victim. Rockwall County officials reported five new positive cases of the novel coronavirus. Two are residents of Royse City and three are residents of Rockwall. 
  • April 24: officials reported four new cases. One is a resident of Fate and the others are residents of Rockwall. 
  • April 23: Rockwall County Emergency Management confirmed six new positive cases of COVID-19. Four of the patients are residents of Rockwall and two are from Fate. 
  • April 21: Rockwall County Emergency Management confirmed eight additional positive COVID-19 cases. Six of the patients are residents of Rockwall and two are from Royse City. Officials said two are under the age of 18. 
  • April 18: officials reported three additional positive cases, bringing the total to 44. 
  • April 16: officials reported two more positive cases, bringing the total to 41. 
  • April 15: officials reported two more positive cases, bringing the total to 39.
  • April 14: officials reported eight more positive cases, bringing the total to 37.
  • April 13: county officials reported three more cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to 29.
  • April 12: county officials reported two new cases of COVID-19. One was a person in their 30s while the other was a person in their 40s. Both were residents of the city of Rockwall. The county now has 18 cases in Rockwall, 6 in Fate, one in Royse City and one in Rowlett. 
  • April 9: four additional cases were reported in Rockwall County, which included two children under the age of 10. The other two cases are people in their 30s, health officials said.
  • April 7: Rockwall County officials confirmed three new positive cases of COVID-19. One patient is a City of Rockwall resident and the other two patients are Fate residents. 
  • April 6: Rockwall County officials confirmed a positive COVID-19 case of a resident in the City of Rockwall.
  • April 3: Rockwall County Emergency Management confirmed the county has 11 active positive cases of COVID-19. The newest patient was a resident in the City of Rockwall. 
  • March 30: Rockwall County Emergency Management confirmed three more cases of COVID-19 in the county, bringing the total to seven cases.
  • March 28: Rockwall County Emergency Management confirmed the county's fourth positive case of COVID-19 was a resident from the City of Fate. 
  • March 26: Rockwall County health officials reported one more case of COVID-19 and provided more updates on the existing cases. All three cases are residents who live in the city of Rockwall. Their ages are 50, 42, and 82.
  • March 25: Rockwall County health officials reported two cases of COVID-19.

Van Zandt County

Number of cases: 28 positive cases, 1 death, 18 recoveries 

  • June 1: County officials reported 31 cases of novel coronavirus, 18 recoveries and 12 active cases in Van Zandt County.
  • May 25: Another case has been reported. The county has now had at least 28 cases since tracking began in March.
  • May 24: One additional case has been reported, raising the county total to 27 cases so far. 
  • May 21: Another case was reported, officials said, bringing the county total to 26 cases. 
  • May 20: One more case has been reported, raising the total to 25 cases in the county. 
  • May 12: Officials reported four more cases, bringing the total to 22 cases, including 13 recoveries from the virus. 
  • May 5: Two more cases were reported, bringing the county total to 18. Both are currently isolating at home, one in Canton and the other in Grand Saline.
  • May 2: A 16th case has been reported by county officials. The case is a Canton resident who is isolating at home. 
  • April 26: There are 13 positive cases of COVID-19 in Van Zandt County.
  • April 9: The City of Van said it had received another positive test result, bring the city's count to 4 people. Wills Point also reported its first case of the disease. The county total is now 10 cases, according to officials. 
  • April 8: An eighth case of COVID-19 was reported by county officials. 
  • April 6: Two additional cases were reported by health officials. One person was hospitalized while the other was isolating at home. Both cases were likely community spread. The county has now had seven cases.
  • April 4: Health officials reported two mores cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to five in the county. Both were isolating at home. One person had been exposed to another positive case while the other was likely a case of community spread. 
  • April 1: County officials said a third case had been reported. The person had been exposed to another individual with the disease and was isolating at home. 
  • March 29: Officials said a second case of COVID-19 was reported in the county. 
  • March 28: Health officials said a 47-year-old woman who lived in the county died from COVID-19. She had been hospitalized for her symptoms. 
  • March 18: county officials confirmed the first case of COVID-19 had been reported. 

Wise County

Number of cases: 43 positive cases, 2 deaths, 30 recoveries

  • June 1: Wise County health officials have reported 45 cases with 30 recoveries in the county, along with two deaths.
  • May 21: There have now been 43 cases with 30 recoveries in the county, along with two deaths, according to officials.
  • May 15: The county has now reported 36 positive cases, including 23 recoveries and two deaths. 
  • May 8: The county has now reported 30 positive cases with 22 recoveries, officials said. The 30 cases have been identified in 25 households, according to officials. 
  • May 4: Three new cases were reported by officials, bringing the county total to 27. There have now been 20 recoveries. 
  • May 1: Health officials reported four new cases and six new recoveries, meaning there are now four active cases of the novel coronavirus in Wise County. Of the 996 tests administered in the county, 876 have come back negative.
  • April 26: There are 15 positive cases of COVID-19. A second death was reported by health officials.
  • April 18: There are nine cases on COVID-19 among Wise County residents.
  • April 15: Officials said a county resident had died in connection to the disease. 
  • April 14: Officials announced there had been two new cases confirmed in the county, bringing the total to seven since the pandemic began. 
  • April 10: County officials said they had learned of a fifth confirmed case of COVID-19. So far, one person has recovered.
  • March 31: Two additional cases among county residents were confirmed with the state health department, county officials said. They did not release any additional information.
  • March 28: Wise County health officials confirmed the first case of COVID-19 in the county. No other information was given about the patient. 

Symptoms of coronavirus 

At this time there is no vaccine for COVID-19, according to the CDC.

The symptoms of COVID-19 are similar to the flu or a bad cold. Symptoms include fever, cough and shortness of breath, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The virus is spread person-to-person.  

According to the CDC, spread is happening mainly between people who are in close contact (within 6 feet) of each other via respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes. 

The droplets land on the noses and mouths of other people, who then inhale them.  

The CDC says it may be possible for the virus to spread by touching a surface or object with the virus and then a person touching their mouth, nose or eyes, but this is not thought to be the main method of spread.  

As the virus was discovered just a few months ago, more research is required to learn more about the spread pattern of the virus. 

Health experts recommend taking the following preventative actions:

  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.
  • Follow CDC’s recommendations for using a facemask.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
  • If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Always wash hands with soap and water if hands are visibly dirty.
  • Consult CDC’s travel website for any travel advisories and steps to protect yourself if you plan to travel outside of the US

WFAA digital producers Jozelyn Escobedo, Jennifer Prohov and Jake Harris contributed to this report.

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