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Coronavirus COVID-19

 

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - The TN Department of Health provides updates to the confirmed cases of COVID-19 patients diagnosed in the state.

The Tennessee Department of Health has launched a new Public Information Hotline at: 1-877-857-2945 is available from 10 a.m.-10 p.m. CT daily.

(numbers below updated by state at 2pm daily) 

The number of confirmed coronavirus diagnoses reported to the Tennessee Department of Health:

County case count 
 CountyCases 
Anderson 
Bedford 
Benton 
Bledsoe 
Blount 
Bradley 
Campbell 
Cannon 
Carroll 
Carter 
Cheatham 
Chester 
Claiborne 
Cocke 
Coffee 
Cumberland 
Davidson 260 
Decatur 
DeKalb 
Dickson 11 
Dyer 
Fayette 10 
Franklin 
Gibson 
Greene 
Grundy 
Hamblen 
Hamilton 35 
Hardeman 
Hardin 
Hawkins 
Haywood 
Henry 
Houston 
Jefferson 
Johnson 
Knox 38 
Lewis 
Lincoln 
Loudon 
Macon 
Madison 
Marion 
Maury 
McMinn
McNairy 
Meigs 
Monroe 
Montgomery 13 
Morgan 
Obion 
Overton
Perry 
Putnam 17 
Roane 
Robertson 25 
Rutherford 48 
Scott 
Sevier 
Shelby 313 
Smith 
Sullivan 
Sumner 93 
Tipton 15 
Trousdale 
Unicoi 
Union 
Washington 14 
Weakley 
White 
Williamson 101 
Wilson 27 
Resident of other state/country150 
Pending 190 
Total case count1,537 
 
Age ranges of confirmed cases 
0-10 17 
11-20 80 
21-30 380 
31-40 239 
41-50 262 
51-60 239 
61-70 176 
71-80 97 
81+ 33 
Pending 14 
Total 1,537 

Laboratory Type

Positive Test

Negative Tests

Total

State PH Lab

151

1,385

1,536

Non-State PH Lab

1,386

17,652

19,038

Total

1,537

19,037

20,574

* Data include both confirmed and presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 reported to TDH or tested by TDH since January 21, 2020. These figures are updated daily at 2 p.m. Central time and reflect all cases reported to TDH as of that time.

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