Four positive cases of COVID-19 (coronavirus) have now been confirmed in the city of Plano. According to the city, a 47-year-old woman, 56-year-old man, a 32-year-old woman, and now a 38-year-old man have tested positive.
All residents have no underlying health issues and are self-isolating at home, according to press releases from the city.
According to city spokesman Steve Stoler, the cases are believed to be separate.
There are now nine confirmed positive cases of coronavirus in Collin County. At least 66 people are being monitored for symptoms in the county.
“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 release read.
“On Friday, city staff started delivering posters with CDC recommended smart health tips to prevent the spread of coronavirus and other respiratory diseases. We ask city partners to place these posters in areas where the public and employees gather. Our hope is we can deliver a shared, consistent message to help protect our friends, neighbors and co-workers. We shared this resource with schools, senior living facilities, Chamber of Commerce, faith-based community and other City partners,” the release read.
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