Thursday, August 18, 2022

Denton County releases more details about COVID-19 recoveries

A graph shows the number of COVID-19 cases and recoveries in Denton County towns (image courtesy Denton County).

Denton County Public Health is now providing more details about which COVID-19 patients have recovered.

On the department’s interactive coronavirus statistics page, residents can now see a list of towns/cities, how many cases they have and how many of those patients have recovered. Until Friday, the county had been releasing the total number of recoveries, but no other information about them.

Here are the stats, as of Friday afternoon, for towns in southern Denton County:

  • Argyle: one case, none recovered
  • Copper Canyon: one case, none recovered
  • Corinth: five cases, one recovered
  • Double Oak: two cases, none recovered
  • Flower Mound: 13 cases, four recovered
  • Highland Village: three cases, two recovered
  • Lewisville: 23 cases, six recovered, two deaths
  • Roanoke: two cases, none recovered

The DCPH webpage also has graphs with information about confirmed cases by age group, transmission type and day.

As of Friday, the county has had 273 confirmed cases, 62 recoveries and six deaths. For more information about new cases reported Friday, click here.

Mark Smith
Mark Smith is the Digital Editor of The Cross Timbers Gazette.

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