First Presumptive Positive for COVID-19 Reported in Plano

On March 14, the first presumptive positive case of COVID-19 was reported in Plano, and this spiky red ball quickly became the image that everyone never wanted to see again // courtesy CDC
On March 14, the first presumptive positive case of COVID-19 was reported in Plano, and this spiky red ball quickly became the image that everyone never wanted to see again // courtesy CDC

Received from City of Plano media relations on March 14, 2020:

The Collin County Health Department reports a 47-year-old Plano woman has tested presumptive positive for novel coronavirus COVID-19. The woman has no underlying health conditions, is self-isolating in her home, and is not connected to any other confirmed cases in North Texas at this time.

There are six confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Collin County at this time. 63 people are under monitoring in Collin County at this time.

The City of Plano is encouraging our community to use extreme caution when considering group gatherings or activities. Everyone has a social responsibility to keep our community safe and healthy.

The City of Plano is sharing these CDC recommended smart health tips >

 

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