Current Metro Nashville COVID-19 Cases

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Metro Public Health announced there are 5,210 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 59 deaths in Davidson County.

Officials confirmed there has been one new death reported in the last 24 hours, bringing the total to 59 deaths in Davidson County. There has been a total of 5,210 cases of COVID-19 in Davidson County. This was an increase of 63 cases in the past 24 hours.

The Health Department said the age ranges for the confirmed cases in Nashville is from age 1 month to 100 years old. There are currently 1,204 active coronavirus cases in Davidson County.Most patients are self-isolating at home and have mild and manageable symptoms.

The Health Department said 3,947 people have recovered from the virus.

The Metro Public Health Department COVID-19 hotline received 179 calls on Thursday.

Nashville 14-day new case trend

Source: Metro Public Health Department

The Metro Public Health Department released heat maps on Tuesday showing the most recent COVID-19 cases in Davidson County.

Total COVID-19 Cases: Actives, Recovered, and Deceased Updated 5/23
Active COVID-19 Cases - Updated 5/23

There have been 59 deaths in Davidson County due to complications due to the coronavirus disease.

  • The health department reported one additional death on May 28, a 90-year-old woman. It is currently unknown if she had any underlying health conditions.
  • The health department reported two deaths on May 27, a 68-year-old man and a 72-year-old man who both had underlying health conditions.
  • The health department reported on May 26 that a 90-year-old woman has died after diagnosed with the virus. It is unknown if she had underlying health conditions. 
  • The health department reported two deaths on May 25, a 59-year-old man with underlying health conditions and a 79-year-old man, but it is not clear if he had underlying health conditions.
  • The health department on May 22 that a 50-year-old man with underlying health conditions had died.
  • The health department reported on May 21 a 91-year-old woman with underlying health conditions had died.
  • The health department reported four deaths on May 20, a 78-year-old woman, a 73-year-old man, a 54-year-old woman and a 67-year-old woman, all of whom had underlying health conditions.
  • The health department reported three deaths on May 19, an 83-year-old man, an 89-year-old woman and a 69-year-old woman. The man had underlying health conditions, but it is unknown if the two women had any underlying health conditions.
  • The health department reported one death on May 15 in Davidson county, a 75-year-old woman. It is unknown if she had underlying health conditions. 
  • The health department reported four deaths on May 14 in Davidson County, a 67-year-old man, a 74-year-old woman, a 70-year-old man and a 46-year-old woman. All had underlying health conditions.
  • The health department reported on May 13 the death of a 74-year-old woman. She had underlying health conditions.
  • The health department reported two deaths on May 12 in Davidson County, an 86-year-old woman and a 54-year-old man. Both had underlying health conditions.
  • The health department reported two deaths on May 7 in Davidson County, a 75-year-old woman and a 74-year-old male. Both had underlying health conditions.
  • The health department reported on May 6 a 55-year-old male had died from COVID-19. Details are still pending on whether he had underlying health conditions.
  • The health department reported five deaths on May 5 in Davidson County, a 71 -year-old man, an 81-year-old man, a 76-year-old woman, a 65-year-old man, and a 62-year-old woman. All had underlying health conditions.
  • The health department reported two deaths on May 1 in Davidson County, an 85-year-old woman and an 87 year-old man. Both had underlying health conditions.
  • The health department reported on April 30 a 68-year-old man had died because of coronavirus. The health department is waiting on th medical record to determine if there were underlying health conditions.
  • The health department reported two deaths on April 28, an 81-year-old male and 82-year-ol female, have died because of coronavirus. Both had underlying health conditions.
  • The health department reported two deaths on April 21, an 85-year-old male and 63-year-old female, have died because of coronavirus. Both had underlying health conditions.
  • The health department reported two deaths on April 17, a 71-year-old woman and a 66-year-old man, both with underlying health conditions, had died because of coronavirus.
  • The health department reported on April 16 a 70-year-old man with underlying health conditions had died because of coronavirus.
  • The health department reported on April 15 a 81-year-old man with underlying health conditions had died because of coronavirus.
  • The health department reported on April 14 three additional deaths - males ages 41, 75 and 82. All had underlying health conditions.
  • The health department reported on April 9 that a 73-year-old man died because of coronavirus.
  • The health department reported on April 8 three additional deaths - a 48-year-old man, a 74-year-old man and a 75-year-old man - because of coronavirus.
  • The health department reported on April 7 three additional deaths - a 72-year-old man, a 62-year-old man and a 78-year-old man - because of coronavirus.
  • The health department reported on April 3 that a 60-year-old man with underlying health conditions had died due to complications from coronavirus.
  • The health department reported on April 2 that a 73-year-old man died after a confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19.
  • The health department confirmed on April 1 the death of an 83-year-old man as the fourth person in Davidson County to have died after a confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19.
  • The health department announced March 30 that a 69-year-old male with underlying health conditions had died due to complications with coronavirus.
  • The health department announced on March 20 that a 73-year-old male with underlying health conditions had died due to complications from coronavirus.
  • On March 27, the health department said a 67-year-old male who had underlying health conditions had passed away after a confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis.
  • On May 23, the health department said a 59-year-old man with underlying health conditions died of the virus.

Metro Public Health reported the racial breakdown on Wednesday, May 13 of the deaths reported in Davidson County. The health department reported 19 white people had died, 15 black people had died, one Asian had died and three were listed as other.

COVID 19 CASE TRACKER

***Due to technical difficulties with the state's data collection service, Metro Public Health does not have details of the confirmed coronavirus cases among race/ethnicity in Davidson County at this time. We will update the information below as soon as it becomes available.

Total number of Cases5,147
Number of cases confirmed past 24 hours79
Number of Recovered Cases3,937

Cases by sex

Male: 2,775

Female: 2,262

Unknown: 173

Total Cases by age

Unknown

11

0-10

198

11-20

446

21-30

1,279

31-40

1,119

41-50

848

51-60

654

61-70

393

71-80

176

81+

86

Total

5,210

Recovered

3,947

Deaths

59

Total active cases

1,204


Davidson County testing 
 Total tests administeredTotal positive results Total negative results Positive results percentage 
56,3695,21051,1599.2%

*The number of deaths by sex/race as well as cases among sex/race have not been updated by Metro. News4 will update once information is received.

COVID-19 deaths

 DeathsCasesCase Fatality Rate
Total585,0681.1%
Sex   
Male392,7001.4%
Female192,1950.9%
Race   
Asian12780.4%
Black246373.8%
Other47630.5%
White291,7181.7%
Ethnicity   
Hispanic81,3210.6%
Non-Hispanic501,9982.5%

Assessment Centers: Race/Ethnicity

DateMay 18May 20May 22  
RaceNegativePositiveNegativePositiveNegativePositiveTotalAssessment Center %
Asian01000010.1%
Black or African American071200100.9%
Other Race1220400272.3%
Pending5472644065001,07893.2%
Two or More Races01000010.1%
Unknown0100000100.9%
White0271200302.6%
Total5489444273001,157100.0%
EthnicityNegativePositiveNegativePositiveNegativePositiveTotalAssessment Center %
Pending5472244262001,07392.7%
Hispanic1560700645.5%
Non-Hispanic0150400191.6%
Unknown01000010.1%
Total5489444273001,157100.0%

The best prevention from contracting the coronavirus continues to be taking steps to stop the germs:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water. Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available. 
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing 
  • Don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth  
  • Stay home if you are sick 
  • Stay away from people who are sick 
  • Refrain from shaking hands and instead bump elbows (no fist-bumps)

The Tennessee Department of Health releases statewide totals each afternoon.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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