Nearly 10,000 Tennesseans Have Recovered from COVID-19

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As of Sunday night, COVID-19 had claimed the lives of 295 Tennessee residents, and it had hospitalized 1,474 of them, according to The Covid Tracking Project’s website.

The Covid Tracking Project also reported that Tennessee had 17,288 confirmed cases of the virus.

Conversely, the same website reported Sunday that 302,913 Tennesseans tested negative for COVID-19 and 9,529 state residents had recovered from it.

Also on Sunday, officials with the Tennessee Department of Health reported on their website that Davidson and Shelby counties continued to lead the state in numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases.

TDH officials on Sunday reported the following number of cases, by county:

• Davidson County: 3,893

• Shelby County: 3,726

• Trousdale County: 1,383

• Rutherford County: 847

• Sumner County: 739

• Bledsoe County: 607

• Williamson County: 471

• Lake County: 404

• Tipton County: 403

• Hamilton County: 347

• Wilson County: 318

• Knox County: 303

• Robertson County: 274

• Bedford County: 252

• Putnam County: 235

• Montgomery County: 206

• Hardeman County: 182

• Madison County: 163

• McMinn County: 123

• Dickson County: 92

• Fayette County: 90

• Cumberland County: 89

• Cheatham County: 88

• Macon County: 81

• Hamblen County: 25

• Bradley County: 82

• Blount County: 75

• Sevier County: 68

• Washington County: 66

• Maury County: 63

• Wayne County: 63

• Coffee County: 60

• Gibson County: 58

• Sullivan County: 57

• Hickman County: 52

• Loudon County: 48

• Greene County: 46

• Dyer County: 44

• Lauderdale County: 44

• Franklin County: 43

• Monroe County: 41

• Anderson County: 36

• Marion County: 32

• Hawkins County: 31

• Grundy County: 30

• DeKalb County: 29

• Haywood County: 29

• Jefferson County: 26

• Marshall County: 26

• Carroll County: 25

• Smith County: 24

• Weakley County: 24

• Meigs County: 22

• Lawrence County: 21

• Cocke County: 20

• Carter County: 19

• Obion County: 19

• White County: 18

• Campbell County: 17

• Henry County: 17

• Lincoln County: 16

• Johnson County: 15

• Warren County: 15

• Overton County: 14

• Cannon County: 13

• Crockett County: 13

• Perry County: 13

• Polk County: 13

• Chester County: 12

• Henderson County: 12

• Humphreys County: 12

• McNairy County: 12

• Morgan County: 12

• Jackson County: 11

• Scott County: 11

• Giles County: 10

• Sequatchie County: 10

• Hardin County: 9

• Roane County: 8

• Claiborne County: 7

• Rhea County: 7

• Stewart County: 7

• Benton County: 6

• Clay County: 6

• Fentress County: 6

• Grainer County: 6

• Houston County: 6

• Decatur County: 5

• Union County: 4

• Moore County: 3

• Unicoi County: 3

• Van Buren County: 3

• Lewis County: 2

• Pickett County: 1

Hancock County: 0

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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 “Nearly 10,000 Tennesseans Have Recovered from COVID-19”

  1. Kevin

    This headline makes me think, how many Tennessee and Nashville businesses will recover? We MUST never let this sort of “shutdown” happen again!

    We ARE engaged in a war, as many politicians have pointed out. But that war is with and against control-centric authoritarians, both foreign (the Chinese Communist Party) and domestic (big government bureaucrats). This virus, even if it is deadly and CCP born and raised, can not defeat “US”. Defeat can only happen if we allow our freedoms to be taken.

    1. Cannoneer2

      Yeah, we get it. Dollars over lives. The hallmark of the businesswhiners.

  2. Mary

    WHY were we shut down?

  3. Davis S.Blackwell RN, BSN

    Has any Tennesseans recovered from RsV, Flu, gall bladder Surgery, a mean case of C Diff?

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