Millennials Have the Most Confirmed Cases of the Coronavirus in Tennessee

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Tennessee’s cases of COVID-19 data shows Millennials, which represents people born between 1981 and 1996, have the most confirmed cases of the Chinese virus.

As of Tuesday, the age group with the most positive cases were people between the ages of 21 and 30. This age range represents 29 percent of the cases in the Volunteer State.

The second most likely age group to have the coronavirus are people between 31 and 40 years old, with 19 percent of the cases.

In addition, people who are over 80 years old have gotten the least number of cases in Tennessee.

Here is a list of the number of cases per age group:

  • 0-10: 9
  • 11-20: 41
  • 21-30: 193
  • 31-40: 126
  • 41-50: 89
  • 51-60: 91
  • 61-70: 65
  • 71-80: 34
  • 80+: 12
  • Pending: 7

This data is consistent with the data The Tennessee Star reported last week when the most likely people getting the virus was between the ages of 18 and 49.

The counties with the most cases are Davidson County (183), Shelby County (99) and Williamson County (64), according to the Tennessee Department of Health. Last week, these counties had a total of 66 cases all together. Furthermore, these counties account for 52 percent of Tennessee’s confirmed COVID-19 cases.

Here is a list of the number of cases per county:

  • Anderson County: 1
  • Blount County: 3
  • Bradley County: 2
  • Campbell County: 2
  • Carroll County: 3
  • Cheatham County: 5
  • Chester County: 1
  • Claiborne County: 1
  • Cocke County: 1
  • Cumberland County: 3
  • Davidson County: 183
  • Dekalb County: 1
  • Dickson County: 5
  • Dyer County: 2
  • Fayette County: 2
  • Franklin County: 1
  • Gibson County: 2
  • Greene County: 5
  • Grundy County: 1
  • Hamblen County: 2
  • Hamilton County: 8
  • Hardin County: 1
  • Houston County: 1
  • Jefferson County: 4
  • Knox County: 15
  • Lincoln County: 1
  • Loudon County: 2
  • Madison County: 1
  • Marion County: 1
  • Maury County: 6
  • McMinn County: 2
  • Monroe County: 2
  • Montgomery County: 6
  • Overton County: 1
  • Perry County: 1
  • Putnam County: 8
  • Roane County: 1
  • Robertson County: 12
  • Rutherford County: 13
  • Scott County: 1
  • Sevier County: 2
  • Shelby County: 99
  • Sullivan County: 2
  • Sumner County: 34
  • Tipton County: 6
  • Washington County: 7
  • Williamson County: 64
  • Wilson County: 7
  • Out of TN: 95
  • Pending: 38

Of the state’s 95 counties, 48 have at least one case of the Chinese Virus, which is up from last week’s number of 10 counties.

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Zachery Schmidt is the digital editor of Star News Digital Media. If you have any tips, email Zachery at [email protected]

 

 

 

 

 

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One Thought to “Millennials Have the Most Confirmed Cases of the Coronavirus in Tennessee”

  1. Horatio Bunce

    Why is the state counting both “OUT OF TN” and “PENDING” as confirmed positive results for Tennessee? If they are “OUT OF TN”, then that means they are in another state. So is that other state also counting them?

    Assuming that all the people who were tested showed “symptoms” – since we have been told not to get a test just because we want one…that means less than 10% of people with symptoms significant enough to justify a test are positive. Meanwhile, despite the 90%+ negative test rate for those with actual symptoms, we are also told that “even though you don’t feel bad or have any symptoms you could be an infected carrier”.

    If the state is goosestep following their CDC/Bill Gates masters orders….how would they know, since they are not “wasting” tests on people without symptoms?

    And who are the “All other commercial and private laboratories”? Are all of those tests listed performed within TN? The vast majority of the positive tests are coming from them. It was nice to see the amount of tests they have performed added yesterday. It confirms the less than 10% positive rate for people with symptoms that the state is seeing.

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