Tennessee’s COVID-19 Case Count Rising, Although More Than 30,000 State Residents Have Recovered

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As of Sunday night Tennessee has had a total of 51,431 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 646 deaths.

Officials at The Covid Tracking Project reported the latest numbers on their website Sunday night. The website also reported that the virus has hospitalized 2,871 Tennesseans. Exactly 949 of those Tennesseans remain hospitalized..

But the Covid Tracking Project also reported that 30,254 Tennesseans have recovered from the virus. As of press time, 844,735 Tennesseans had tested negative for the disease.

The Tennessee Department of Health, meanwhile, reported on its website Sunday night that Shelby and Davidson counties continue to lead the state in confirmed and probable COVID-19 case counts.

The TDH website listed the following numbers for Tennessee’s counties Sunday:

• Shelby County: 11,793 cases

• Davidson County: 11,089 cases

• Rutherford County: 2,987

• Hamilton County: 2,781 cases

• Sumner County: 1,610 cases

• Trousdale County: 1,498 cases

• Williamson County: 1,313 cases

• Knox County: 1,171 cases

• Wilson County: 941 cases

• Putnam County: 883 cases

• Robertson County: 834 cases

• Sevier County: 804 cases

• Bradley County: 707

• Lake County: 692 cases

• Tipton County: 645 cases

• Bledsoe County: 620 cases

• Bedford County: 570 cases

• Montgomery County: 554 cases

• Macon County: 465 cases

• Maury County: 354 cases

• Hardeman County: 343 cases

• Hamblen County: 340 cases

• Fayette County: 317 cases

• Madison County: 299 cases

• Loudon County: 287 cases

• Rhea County: 286 cases

• Dyer County: 251 cases

• McMinn County: 237 cases

• Cheatham County: 230 cases

• Blount County: 227 cases

• Dickson County: 209 cases

• Cumberland County: 181 cases

• Washington County: 165 cases

• Lawrence County: 163 cases

• Lauderdale County: 145 cases

• Anderson County: 142 cases

• Monroe County: 140 cases

• Jefferson County: 136 cases

• Gibson County: 129 cases

• Smith County: 120 cases

• Coffee County: 119 cases

• Sullivan County: 117 cases

• Obion County: 112 cases

• Hardin County: 108 cases

• Greene County: 103 cases

• Cocke County: 94 cases

• Haywood County: 92 cases

• Marshall County: 91 cases

• Franklin County: 87 cases

• Wayne County: 86 cases

• Hickman County: 80 cases

• Warren County: 76 cases

• Marion County: 73 cases

• McNairy County: 73 cases

• White County: 70 cases

• DeKalb County: 67 cases

• Lincoln County: 64 cases

• Weakley County: 64 cases

• Grundy County: 62 cases

• Overton County: 62 cases

• Roane County: 62 cases

• Giles County: 60 cases

• Carter County: 59 cases

• Hawkins County: 57 cases

• Unicoi County: 55 cases

• Campbell County: 48 cases

• Carroll County: 47 cases

• Henderson County: 46 cases

• Claiborne County: 45 cases

• Polk County: 45 cases

• Henry County: 44 cases

• Johnson County: 44

• Grainger County: 42 cases

• Sequatchie County: 42 cases

• Crockett County: 38 cases

• Cannon County: 37 cases

• Chester County: 34 cases

• Perry County: 34 cases

• Meigs County: 32 cases

• Humphreys County: 28 cases

• Jackson County: 27 cases

• Morgan County: 27 cases

• Stewart County: 23 cases

• Decatur County: 22 cases

• Fentress County: 22 cases

• Union County: 18 cases

• Clay County: 17 cases

• Scott County: 17 cases

• Houston County: 15 cases

• Benton County: 13 cases

• Moore County: 12 cases

• Van Buren County: 8 cases

• Hancock County: 6 cases

• Lewis County: 6 cases

• Pickett County: 6 cases

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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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