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Posted on: March 9, 2020

Frisco resident tests “presumptive positive” for Novel Coronavirus

(March 9, 2020) Collin County health officials have identified a presumptive positive case of novel coronavirus, COVID-19. A Frisco man in his 30’s who recently traveled to California is stable, in isolation in his home, and is being monitored by county health care staff. Collin County Health Care Services (CCHCS) will await further testing to confirm the initial results, since the patient’s symptoms have not required hospitalization.

CCHCS is also monitoring the man’s family, setting up any needed tests, and working to identify any contacts who may have been exposed while he was infectious. Anyone found to have had close contact to the patient will be contacted directly by county health care staff.   

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