Denton County Public Health reported the Frisco woman died in the 80s on August 6 as a result of COVID-19. (Community Impact Employee)
“We will pray for this woman and her loved ones,” Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney said in a statement. “Whenever we learn of the death of another Frisco, we feel sad about how important social disturbances, wearing masks and washing hands often are. We all do [do] To slow down our share spread. ”
This is the sixth confirmation of a patient with COVID-19 in Frisco since the coronavirus epidemic began in March. The first death was announced on 4 April to a 67-year-old Frisco woman with underlying health complications. The second announcement was on June 3 of an 89-year-old Frisco man with an underlying health condition. On July 10, the third death was reported to a Frisco man in his 40s. Chauthi, also announced on 20 July, was a Frisco man in his 40s. A fifth death was reported on July 22 to a 93-year-old Frisco man with an underlying health condition.
A news release from Denton County states that the county has a total of 57 deaths from this latest death caused by COVID-19.
Denton County Judge Andy Eads said in a statement, “Every death related to COVID-19 is a loss, and we keep this person’s family in our thoughts and prayers.” “If we can continue wearing masks, wash hands, social distance, and gatherings less than 10, we are cautiously optimistic that community broadcasting can continue downstream.”
The city reported 18 new coronovirus cases in Frisco on August 18, according to the city’s Public Health Awareness Dashboard, bringing the city’s total between March 6 and 866.