Tennessee Now Surpasses 4,000 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

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Tennessee hospitals admitted far more brand new COVID-19 cases Tuesday than they did Monday, according to updated numbers on The COVID Tracking Project’s website.

The website reported that the state’s hospitals admitted 56 more confirmed COVID-19 patients Tuesday, whereas they admitted 24 such patients on Monday.

In all, on Tuesday Tennessee hospitals had 408 confirmed COVID-19 patients. Those hospitals had 352 such patients on Monday, according to The COVID Tracking Project.

According to The COVID Tracking Project, COVID-19 had killed 72 Tennesseans as of Tuesday night.

As of Tuesday night, Tennessee had 4,138 confirmed COVID-19 cases, according to The Tennessee Department of Health’s website.

Davidson County continued to have the highest number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the state as of Tuesday, a sum of 888 people.

Among the other numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases the TDH’s website listed, by county:

Shelby County: 835 cases

Sumner County: 361 cases

Williamson County: 278 cases

Rutherford County: 178 cases

Knox County: 143 cases

Wilson County: 113 cases

Hamilton County: 95 cases

Montgomery County: 65 cases

Robertson County: 65 cases

Putnam County: 57 cases

Madison County: 43 cases

Blount County: 41 cases

Tipton County: 38 cases

Bradley County: 25 cases

Greene County: 18 cases

Sevier County: 18 cases

Grundy County: 16 cases

Hawkins County: 16 cases

Loudon County: 15 cases

Franklin County: 14 cases

Trousdale County: 14 cases

Cheatham County: 13 cases

Gibson County: 13 cases

Macon County: 12 cases

Anderson County: 11 cases

Bedford County: 10 cases

Dyer County: 10 cases

Jefferson County: 10 cases

The COVID Tracking Project obtains, organizes, and publishes high-quality data required to understand and respond to the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States, its website, said.

On their website, members of The COVID Tracking Project said they will continue to work until official national sources take over and publish comprehensive testing and outcomes data. They said all of their information comes from public health authorities—or, occasionally, from news reports, official press conferences, or, occasionally, tweets or Facebook updates from state public health authorities or governors.

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Chris Butler is an investigative journalist at The Tennessee Star. Follow Chris on Facebook. Email tips to [email protected]

 

 

 

 

 

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4 Thoughts to “Tennessee Now Surpasses 4,000 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases”

  1. 83ragtop50

    Frankly, I do not believe anything the government has said or is going to say about COVID-19.

  2. CCW

    Your county list of cases adds up to 2484, not 4000. Not buying numbers in this article.

  3. CCW

    Not buying these numbers. Sorry. I do not believe TN has 4000 cases and Southern NY has 4152.

    1. CCW

      Please excuse math error: Southern NY (downstate) has over 100,000 cases.

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