Total COVID-19 Death Count In Collin County Now 66Health officials reported 158 new cases of the coronavirus in Collin County, including 19 in Plano on Wednesday.
Health Officials Report 82 New Coronavirus Cases In Collin CountyHealth officials reported 82 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday in Collin County, including 24 in Plano.
2 Women With Underlying Health Conditions And COVID-19 Die In Collin County An 85-year-old Celina woman died Tuesday at a McKinney hospital, and a 78-year-old woman from Wylie died Thursday morning at a McKinney hospital.
American Airlines Warns 25,000 Workers They Could Lose JobsAmerican Airlines is notifying about 25,000 workers that their jobs could be eliminated in October because of plunging demand for air travel.
Health Officials Report 62nd Death From COVID-19 In Collin CountyThe death of an 83-year-old Dallas man with an underlying health condition and COVID-19 brings the number of Collin County resident fatalities from the coronavirus to 62.
Collin County Health Officials Report 2 More COVID-19 Deaths And 152 New CasesHealth officials reported the deaths of a 61-year-old Plano woman and a 79-year-old McKinney man, both with underlying health conditions and COVID-19.
Collin County Health Officials Report 3 More Deaths, 123 New CasesThe total number of positive cases in Collin County is 3,948, including 1,090 in Plano.
Two Men With Underlying Health Conditions Die From COVID-19 In Collin CountyHealth officials confirmed that two more men have died from the coronavirus in Collin County. 
48-Year-Old Wylie Man With COVID-19 Dies At HomeA 48-year-old Wylie man with COVID-19 died at his home Tuesday afternoon, according to a report received by Collin County Health Care Services.
DFW Airport will Require Face Coverings Beginning July 2Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW) Airport will require all customers, employees and partners to wear a face covering while in airport facilities or riding in an airport vehicle starting on Thursday. 
Change Of Plans: Perot Museum Pauses Reopening Amid COVID-19 SpikePointing to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases in Dallas County, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science has decided to pause plans to reopen in early July.