11 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Grayson County over the weekend. 

During his Monday press briefing, Grayson County Judge Executive Kevin Henderson provided the updated count of the number of coronavirus cases among county residents. 

Since county officials' press briefing last Friday, 11 county residents have tested positive for the coronavirus. They are an 18-year-old male Grayson Nursing and Rehabilitation employee; five Grayson Nursing and Rehab residents, an 81-year-old female, an 82-year-old male, an 88-year-old female, a 71-year-old female, and a 26-year-old male; three Spring View Nursing and Rehabilitation residents, a 64-year-old female, a 69-year-old female, and a 98-year-old female; and two other Grayson County residents, a 64-year-old male and a 55-year-old male. 

Additionally, five Grayson County COVID-19 patients remain hospitalized as of Monday afternoon. No new deaths were reported over the weekend. 

The weekend's new cases bring the total number of Grayson County residents who have tested positive for the coronavirus to 86, with 22 of those patients now released from quarantine. 

Of those 86 cases, 41 are Grayson Nursing and Rehab residents, 15 are Grayson Nursing and Rehab employees, 11 are Spring View residents, four are Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center employees, and four are Perdue employees who reside in Grayson County. 

As of Monday, 586 Grayson County residents have now been tested for the coronavirus, with 445 testing negative and 55 test results pending. 

There was no representative of the Grayson County Health Department in attendance at Monday's press briefing because an employee of the department has been tested for COVID-19 and other staff are self-isolating while they await test results, according to Henderson. 

To provide a break from the daily barrage of COVID-19 updates, Henderson said he will host press briefings every other day this week, as opposed to daily, with the next briefings scheduled for Wednesday and Friday at 3:30 p.m.

"You've got to take care of your mental health," Henderson said.