Henderson announces elderly COVID-19 victim has died. 63 coronavirus cases in Grayson Co.

Grayson County has recorded its second coronavirus (COVID-19) death.

Judge-Executive Kevin Henderson announced at his daily COVID-19 briefing Tuesday afternoon that a 96-year-old man who was hospitalized with the virus died Tuesday morning. The man was a resident of Grayson Nursing & Rehabilitation. No other information on the victim has been released.

Henderson said two new COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in the county since Monday, both residents of Spring View Nursing & Rehabilitation: an 82-year-old woman and 65-year-old man.

There are now 63 cases of COVID-19 in the county.

Forty-nine (77.8 percent) of Grayson County’s COVID-19 cases have been residents or employees of Grayson Nursing & Rehabilitation (33 residents, 13 employees), or Spring View Nursing & Rehabilitation (3 residents).

Three victims are currently hospitalized with the virus: a 66-year-old man in critical condition, a 56-year-old woman stable condition and a 59-year-old woman in critical but stable condition.

There have been, according to officials, 426 COVID-19 tests administered in Grayson County, with 325 of those tests returned negative for the virus. Thirty-eight tests are pending.

Fifteen (23.8 percent) victims have recovered from the virus.

By Ken Howlett, News Director

Contact Ken at ken@k105.com