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Current State COVID-19 Cases

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

The Department of Health reported 1,567 deaths (1,273 confirmed), 142,3,937 total cases (141,000 confirmed), 6,78 hospitalized and 104,054 recovered. There have been 2,042,256 patients tested.

"Tests completed comprehensively include those who have been tested multiple times, to provide a more accurate picture of the amount of COVID-19 testing taking place in Tennessee," TN Department of Health previously posted on Twitter.

The number of confirmed coronavirus diagnoses reported to the Tennessee Department of Health by county:(numbers below updated by state at 2 p.m. daily, we will update our table as soon as it becomes available) 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.

State case count by age

 
 
Age Group Number of Cases Number of Deaths
0-10 12,535 4
11-20 33,993 1
21-30 51,295 21
31-40 41,311 46
41-50 38,068 126
51-60 34,130 317
61-70 23,562 648
71-80 14,014 970
81+ 7,616 1,130
Pending 356 0

State COVID-19 Cases By The Numbers

 
 
Race Number of cases Percent
American Indian or Alaska Native 321 0%
Asian 2,221 1%
Black or African-American 42,536 17%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 184 0%
Other/Multiracial 27,706 11%
White 147,024 57%
Pending 36,888 14%
Ethnicity Number of cases Percent
Not Hispanic or Latino 172,568 67%
Hispanic 27,755 11%
Pending 56,557 22%
Sex Number of cases Percent
Female 132,959 52%
Male 121,925 47%
Pending 1,996 1%

Laboratory Testing

PCR PositivePCR NegativeTotal
170,7881,871,4682,042,256

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



Current State COVID-19 Cases: County-by-county numbers

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Patient County Cases Recovered Deceased
Anderson 836 598 8
Bedford 1,051 794 14
Benton 223 100 3
Bledsoe 768 676 3
Blount 1,732 1,155 15
Bradley 2,336 1,752 16
Campbell 299 206 2
Cannon 185 129 0
Carroll 508 197 6
Carter 727 189 14
Cheatham 690 425 10
Chester 333 186 4
Claiborne 344 222 2
Clay 102 71 0
Cocke 600 394 6
Coffee 691 365 5
Crockett 355 226 12
Cumberland 706 371 7
Davidson 22,766 18,962 245
Decatur 270 143 4
DeKalb 416 289 5
Dickson 844 462 7
Dyer 852 432 9
Fayette 814 543 10
Fentress 147 74 0
Franklin 422 284 4
Gibson 981 522 12
Giles 428 286 14
Grainger 246 167 1
Greene 721 225 10
Grundy 142 103 2
Hamblen 1,576 1,220 18
Hamilton 7,463 5,771 61
Hancock 88 25 2
Hardeman 1,174 711 22
Hardin 615 333 8
Hawkins 634 187 12
Haywood 699 338 10
Henderson 788 428 6
Henry 408 208 4
Hickman 330 205 1
Houston 72 42 0
Humphreys 151 80 3
Jackson 189 113 1
Jefferson 703 489 5
Johnson 387 79 1
Knox 5,798 3,911 49
Lake 815 749 1
Lauderdale 632 383 12
Lawrence 699 424 8
Lewis 117 52 1
Lincoln 385 230 1
Loudon 874 629 3
Macon 880 787 14
Madison 1,555 1,116 31
Marion 297 208 5
Marshall 467 216 4
Maury 1,581 927 11
McMinn 714 483 20
McNairy 487 273 7
Meigs 134 99 2
Monroe 601 369 10
Montgomery 2,313 1,207 24
Moore 84 42 0
Morgan 182 103 1
Obion 754 419 5
Overton 357 156 1
Perry 97 68 0
Pickett 46 22 1
Polk 302 201 10
Putnam 2,145 1,526 23
Rhea 613 506 2
Roane 586 373 2
Robertson 1,748 1,180 25
Rutherford 7,461 5,050 64
Scott 153 89 2
Sequatchie 138 96 1
Sevier 2,152 1,607 11
Shelby 25,858 21,938 369
Smith 503 394 8
Stewart 89 56 0
Sullivan 1,471 999 22
Sumner 3,871 2,743 82
Tipton 1,323 964 13
Trousdale 1,592 1,545 6
Unicoi 212 81 1
Union 205 132 0
Van Buren 53 31 0
Warren 735 419 7
Washington 1,592 766 6
Wayne 259 182 2
Weakley 735 327 7
White 430 209 7
Williamson 4,140 2,901 27
Wilson 2,659 1,846 29
Out of state 2,937 1,979 21
Pending 3,294 2,264 5

Tennessee healthcare facilities

Tennessee long-term care facilities with 2 or more cases of COVID-19

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Source: Tennessee Department of Health

* denotes no new cases have been identified in a 28-day period from the last date of exposure to a positive case, cluster is considered closed. The Tennessee Department of Health updates the list on Fridays after 2 p.m.The list below includes any nursing homes, assisted care living facilities and residential homes for the aged which are licensed by the Tennessee Department of Health and have had two or more confirmed COVID-19 cases in residents or staffs within 2 incubation periods (or 28 days). Cases will be attributed to the facility or setting where the patient was located five days prior to symptom onset date or specimen collection date (if asymptomatic).

Related coverage

State provides COVID-19 informational help line
TN Department of Health changes how it reports COVID-19 cases, deaths
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Tennessee 14-day new case trend

Source: Tennessee Department of Health

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