A second Grayson County resident has died from COVID-19, officials announced Tuesday. 

A 96-year-old male resident of Grayson Nursing and Rehabilitation died Tuesday morning after previously being hospitalized for the coronavirus, according to Grayson County Judge Executive Kevin Henderson. 

At the time of Tuesday's press briefing, county officials had not yet been in contact with the individual's family to request permission to memorialize him, so his name has not yet been publicly released. 

"Today, I just ask you to remember the family of the 96-year-old gentleman that passed away," he said. "Just remember them." 

Henderson then encouraged the community to, at 7 p.m. tonight (Tuesday), "light up Facebook" with prayers for the health care and other front-line workers, the residents of the local assisted living facilities, the man's family, and all those affected by COVID-19. 

Officials also reported two new positive cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday. 

Henderson said an 82-year-old female and a 65-year-old male, both residents of Spring View Nursing and Rehabilitation, have tested positive for the coronavirus.

These bring the total number of cases among Spring View residents to three as of Tuesday afternoon.

As for those patients currently hospitalized, the 66-year-old male remains in critical condition, and the 56-year-old female remains in stable condition. A 59-year-old hospitalized female is also listed in stable but critical condition. 

With Tuesday's new cases, Grayson County's number of positive COVID-19 cases has risen to 63, 15 of whom have recovered and two of whom have died. 

Additionally, the total number of Grayson County residents tested for the coronavirus has risen to 426, with 325 testing negative and 38 test results pending as of Tuesday at 3 p.m.