NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WJHL)– The Tennessee Department of Health reported 177,394 confirmed cases and 6,120 possible cases of COVID-19 in the state on Sunday, an increase of 2,075 total cases considering that Saturday.
Carter CountyTotal cases: 1,124 Inactive/recovered: 999Deaths: 27Active cases: 98 (+7 )New cases: 16.
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The following information was reported in regional counties: ( number in parenthesis is change given that yesterday).
Sunday saw notable spikes in brand-new cases in Greene, Hawkins and Washington counties.
The total COVID-19 case count for Tennessee is 183,514 as of September 20, 2020 consisting of 2,218 deaths, 662 existing hospitalizations and 165,844 recovered. [Percent positive for today is 5.96%.] For the full report with extra information: https://t.co/Psc3HfgZ8j. pic.twitter.com/E81KIIL5B9— TN Dept. of Health (@TNDeptofHealth) September 20, 2020
On Saturday, TDH reported 175,443 confirmed cases and 2,135 confirmed deaths.
The total COVID-19 case count for Tennessee is 183,514 as of September 20, 2020 consisting of 2,218 deaths, 662 existing hospitalizations and 165,844 recovered. Percent positive for today is 5.96%. For the full report with extra information: https://t.co/Psc3HfgZ8j.
Hawkins CountyTotal cases: 766Inactive/recovered: 692Deaths: 16Active cases: 58 (+15 )New cases: 19.
Sullivan CountyTotal cases: 2,051 Inactive/recovered: 1,883 Deaths: 31Active cases: 137 (-2) New cases: 13.
Johnson CountyTotal cases: 645Inactive/recovered: 563Deaths: 2Active cases: 80 (+8 )New cases: 10.
TDH: Large active COVID-19 case drop reported in Johnson County; no brand-new COVID-19 deaths in NETN.
Washington CountyTotal cases: 2,167 Inactive/recovered: 1,879 Deaths: 32Active cases: 256 (+29 )New cases: 44.
Greene CountyTotal cases: 1,106 Inactive/recovered: 953Deaths: 37 (+1 )Active cases: 116 (+23 )New cases: 27.
Unicoi CountyTotal cases: 277Inactive/recovered: 246Deaths: 1Active cases: 30 (+1) New cases: 3.
The health department likewise revealed 2,137 confirmed deaths, 662 present hospitalizations, and 165,844 recuperated or inactive cases. More than 2.6 million novel coronavirus tests have actually been administered..
One new death was reported in Greene County, bringing the deaths because county up to 37, the greatest quantity of COVID-19 deaths in a single regional Northeast Tennessee county.
Washington County experienced the largest spike in COVID-19 numbers with 44 new cases, which originates from 437 additional COVID-19 tests reported considering that yesterday. This corresponds to a positivity rate of nearly 10% amongst these tests.