Denton County Public Health reported the county's total active coronavirus cases had exceeded 3,000 on Thursday afternoon, and DCPH confirmed another death of a local resident caused by the virus.

The confirmed death of the Denton man in his 50s raised the county’s death total to 631.

County health officials also confirmed Thursday another 204 locals had tested positive for the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, raising the cumulative total to 79,563.

Data included in the chart below is from Denton County Public Health, which estimated 3,001 county residents were still actively infected with the coronavirus Thursday. 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 July 29, 2021

Data included in the chart below is from Denton County Public Health, which estimated 3,001 county residents were still actively infected with the coronavirus Thursday. Data for the rolling average chart below comes from DCPH and an analysis from the Denton Record-Chronicle.

Field 1 Field 2 Field 3 Field 4 Field 5
Location Total cases Case increase Total deaths Death increase
Denton County 79,563 204 631 1
Argyle 428 1 5
Aubrey 543 1 4
Bartonville 159 0 1
Carrollton 7,284 20 63
Celina 199 3 0
Coppell 22 0 0
The Colony 4,639 7 18
Copper Canyon 139 0 3
Corinth 2,056 6 15
Cross Roads 147 0 2
Dallas 767 0 10
Denton 12,231 41 164 1
DSSLC 223 0 4
DISH 15 0 0
Double Oak 285 1 0
Flower Mound 6,778 18 38
Fort Worth 1,394 1 8
Frisco 4,981 0 40
Hackberry 8 0 1
Hebron 125 0 0
Hickory Creek 465 0 2
Highland Village 1,484 3 11
Justin 572 2 12
Krugerville 149 1 1
Krum 546 0 2
Lake Dallas 742 2 3
Lakewood Village 50 0 0
Lewisville 10,889 38 94
Little Elm 4,539 21 14
New Fairview 12 0 0
Northlake 602 1 4
Oak Point 377 2 1
Pilot Point 486 0 14
Plano 212 0 12
Ponder 204 1 0
Prosper 313 0 2
Providence Village 673 2 2
Roanoke 997 0 3
Sanger 833 3 7
Shady Shores 234 0 2
Southlake 51 0 1
Trophy Club 1,194 2 5
Unincorporated 11,516 27 63

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