Denton County Public Health Friday confirmed another 1,615 people were infected with the coronavirus in Denton County.

That raised the cumulative countywide total to 126,952 infections tallied throughout the pandemic.

This past week was by far the worst for the county in terms of confirmed coronavirus infections. DCPH confirmed a total of 7,712 infections in this week alone.

The week of Dec. 13-19, 2020, was the previous record holder with 4,415 infections.

The top five highest infection days in the county were all within this past week.

Data included in the chart below is from Denton County Public Health, which estimated 15,948 county residents were still actively infected with the coronavirus Friday. Data for the rolling average chart below comes from DCPH and an analysis from the Denton Record-Chronicle.

Confirmed virus cases in Denton County as of Jan. 14, 2022

Data included in the chart below is from Denton County Public Health, which estimated 15,948 county residents were still actively infected with the coronavirus Friday.

Location Total cases Case increase Total deaths
Denton County 126,952 1615 766
Argyle 689 7 5
Aubrey 1,020 16 7
Bartonville 266 3 2
Carrollton 11,412 169 71
Celina 379 5
Coppell 26 0
The Colony 7,516 100 26
Copper Canyon 221 3 3
Corinth 3,421 47 20
Corral City 1 0
Cross Roads 246 2 3
Dallas 1,028 2 13
Denton 19,913 282 193
DSSLC 239 5 4
Dish 26 1
Double Oak 434 5 1
Flower Mound 11,180 111 41
Fort Worth 2,236 14 9
Frisco 5,887 60 47
Hackberry 11 0 1
Haslet 3 0
Hebron 220 3
Hickory Creek 777 2 3
Highland Village 2,386 27 14
Justin 955 13 14
Krugerville 308 7 1
Krum 883 9 3
Lake Dallas 1,283 11 8
Lakewood Village 94 1
Lewisville 19,416 232 111
Little Elm 7,305 98 17
New Fairview 30 1
Northlake 1,085 18 5
Oak Point 617 11 1
Pilot Point 782 12 18
Plano 242 3 12
Ponder 383 4
Prosper 442 3 2
Providence Village 1,162 13 2
Roanoke 1,665 11 4
Sanger 1,404 17 12
Shady Shores 380 2 3
Southlake 59 0 1
Trophy Club 1,907 26 5
Unincorporated 17,013 259 84

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