Nearly 13,000 Tennessee Residents Have Recovered from COVID-19 as of Sunday

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As of press time Sunday, exactly 20,145 Tennesseans tested positive for COVID-19.

The virus had hospitalized 1,583 state residents and claimed the lives of 336 Tennesseans.

Conversely, 363,431 Tennessee residents had tested negative for COVID-19. Exactly 12,837 people in the state had recovered from the virus, according to The Covid Tracking Project.

The Tennessee Department of Health’s website, meanwhile, reported that Davidson and Shelby counties continued to have, by far, the state’s highest number of confirmed COVID-19 cases as of Sunday night.

TDH numbers showed the following case count for each county:

• Davidson County: 4,518

• Shelby County: 4,336

• Trousdale County: 1,393

• Rutherford County: 998

• Sumner County: 811

• Bledsoe County: 607

• Hamilton County: 552

• Williamson County: 512

• Tipton County: 421

• Lake County: 409

• Putnam County: 377

• Robertson County: 371

• Wilson County: 355

• Knox County: 331

• Bedford County: 265

• Montgomery County: 240

• Rhea County: 195

• Hardeman County: 189

• Madison County: 165

• McMinn County: 134

• Loudon County: 132

• Cumberland County: 109

• Fayette County: 107

• Cheatham County: 104

• Dickson County: 101

• Macon County: 100

• Bradley County: 93

• Blount County: 82

• Maury County: 78

• Washington County: 73

• Sevier County: 72

• Coffee County: 65

• Wayne County: 63

• Sullivan County: 61

• Gibson County: 60

• Monroe County: 56

• Hickman County: 53

• Lauderdale County: 51

• Dyer County: 48

• Greene County: 47

• Franklin County: 46

• Anderson County: 39

• Marion County: 36

• DeKalb County: 33

• Grundy County: 31

• Hawkins County: 31

• Smith County: 30

• Haywood County: 29

• Henry County: 29

• Carroll County: 27

• Jefferson County: 27

• Marshall County: 27

• White County: 27

• Hamblen County: 26

• Weakley County: 26

• Lincoln County: 25

• Meigs County: 25

• Lawrence County: 24

• Obion County: 24

• Cocke County: 20

• Overton County: 20

• Carter County: 19

• Warren County: 19

• Campbell County: 17

• Cannon County: 17

• Jackson County: 17

• Morgan County: 17

• Crockett County: 15

• Johnson County: 15

• Roane County: 15

• Polk County: 14

• Perry County: 13

• Chester County: 12

• Giles County: 12

• Henderson County: 12

• Humphreys County: 12

• McNairy County: 12

• Hardin County: 11

• Scott County: 11

• Fentress County: 10

• Sequatchie County: 10

• Stewart County: 9

• Claiborne County: 8

• Benton County: 7

• Clay County: 7

• Houston County: 7

• Grainger County: 6

• Decatur County: 5

• Union County: 4

• Van Buren County: 4

• Lewis County: 3

• Moore County: 3

• Pickett County: 3

• Unicoi County: 3

• Hancock County: 1

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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  1. 83ragtop50

    13,000 KNOWN recoveries. All statistics concerning COVID-19 are suspect and without valid substantiation. Just like the “facts” used to shut down Tennessee and the rest of America.

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