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TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH COVID-19 REPORT – THURSDAY, JULY 16, 2020

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The following is from today’s Tennessee Department of Health COVID-19 report:

TENNESSEE – 30,290 (up 1,086 cases from yesterday) active cases in Tennessee out of 71,540 total cases (up 2,479cases since yesterday)

  • 41,250 recovered (up 1,393 since yesterday)
  • 796 died (up 13 from yesterday)
  • 3,497 had to be hospitalized (up 63 since yesterday)
  • 1,123,038 tested (up 25,985 since yesterday)

To see the complete list of counties in the state, click on the following link:

https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/health/cedep/ncov/data.html

(Deaths in counties are added to the recovered then that total is subtracted from the total cases to get an accurate number of remaining active cases)

The following counties in the coverage area report the following as of today (Thursday, July 16, 2020). Information in BOLD indicates rises in numbers:

ANDERSON – 111 active remaining cases (up 8 cases from yesterday) out of 252 total cases (up 16 cases from yesterday), 2 fatalities, 9,792 negative tests

BLEDSOE –13 active remaining cases (same as yesterday) of 636 total cases (up 2 cases from yesterday), 1 fatality, 4,014 negative tests

CLAY – 14 active case (up 3 cases from  yesterday) out of 31 total case (up 3 cases from yesterday), 961 negative tests

CUMBERLAND – 78 active remaining cases (down 2 cases from yesterday) out of 244 total cases (up 3 cases from yesterday), 8,645 negative tests, 5 deaths

FENTRESS – 17 remaining active cases (same as yesterday) out of 36 total cases (up 1 case from yesterday), 1,527 negative tests

KNOX – 1,064 remaining active cases (up 40 cases from yesterday) out of 1,991 total cases (up 76 cases from yesterday), 17 fatalities, 48,604 negative tests

LOUDON – 103 remaining active cases (up 10 cases from yesterday) out of 368 total cases (up 15 cases from yesterday), 3 fatalities, 4,758 negative tests

MCMINN – 108 remaining active cases (up 11 cases from yesterday) out of 326 total cases (up 13 cases from yesterday), 19 fatalities, 5,539 negative tests

MEIGS – 13 remaining active cases (up 3 cases from yesterday) out of 43 total cases (up 3 cases from yesterday), 1,168 negative tests

MORGAN –  12 remaining active cases (down 1 case from yesterday) out of 38 total cases (up 1 case from yesterday), 1 death, 4,088 negative tests

OVERTON – 21 remaining active cases (same as yesterday) out of 88 total cases (up 2 cases from yesterday), 1 fatality, 2,732 negative tests

PICKETT – 3 active cases (up 1 case from yesterday) out of 9 total (up 1 case from yesterday), 536 negative tests

PUTNAM – 330 remaining active cases (up 9 cases from yesterday) out of 1,136 total cases (up 28 cases from yesterday), 7 fatalities, 12,440 negative tests

RHEA – 100 remaining active case (down 1 case from yesterday) out of 370 total case (up 8 cases from yesterday), 3,571 negative tests

ROANE – 50 active case (up 3 cases from yesterday) out of 105 total cases (up 5 cases from yesterday), 6,779 negative tests

WHITE – 49 remaining active case (down 1 case from yesterday) out of 117 total cases (up 1 case from yesterday), 3 deaths, 3,188 negative tests

CORONAVIRUS CONFIRMED TOTAL CASES IN TENNESSEE (since Tennessee Department of Health started their daily reports)

March 11-31, 2020 – 9 cases to 2,239 (rise of 2,230 cases)

April 1-30, 2020 – 2,239 to 11,891 (rise of 9,652 cases)

May 1-31, 2020 – 11,891 to 23,554 (rise of 11,663 cases)

June 1-30, 2020 – 23,554 to 43,509 (rise of 19,955 cases)

July 1, 2020 – 45,315 (up 1,806 cases)

July 2, 2020 – 46,890 (up 1,575 cases)

July 3, 2020 – 48,712 (up 1,822 cases)

July 4, 2020 – 50,140 (up 1,428 cases)

July 5, 2020 – 51,431 (up 1,291 cases)

July 6, 2020 – 52,155 (up 724 cases)

July 7, 2020 – 53,514 (up 1,359 cases)

July 8, 2020 – 55,986 (up 2,472 cases)

July 9, 2020 – 57,591 (up 1,605 cases)

July 10, 2020 – 59,546 (up 1,955 cases)

July 11, 2020 – 61,006 (up 1,460 cases)

July 12, 2020 – 61,960 (up 954 cases)

July 13, 2020 – 65,274 (up 3,314 cases)

July 14, 2020 – 66,788 (up 1,514 cases)

July 15, 2020 – 69,061 (up 2,273 cases)

July 16, 2020 – 71,540 (up 2,479 cases)

CORONAVIRUS TOTAL CASES IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY (running count)

March 19-31, 2020 – 11

April 1-27, 2020 – 14 up to 68 cases

April 28, 2020 – 70, 1 fatality reported, elderly female from Crab Orchard

April 29-May 3, 2020 – 70 up to 80 cases

May 4-31, 2020 – 84 up to 116 cases

June 1-30, 2020 – 116 up to 168 cases (second fatality reported with elderly female from Fairfield Glade on June 4 and third fatality reported June 17 with elderly male in Fairfield Glade)

July 1, 2020 – 173 cases

July 2, 2020 – 174 cases (fourth fatality reported this day)

July 3, 2020 – 178 cases

July 4, 2020 – 180 cases

July 5, 2020 – 181 cases

July 6, 2020 – 183 cases

July 7, 2020 – 188 cases

July 8, 2020 – 193 cases

July 9, 2020 – 196 cases

July 10, 2020 – 200 cases

July 11, 2020 – 213 cases

July 12, 2020 – 221 cases

July 13, 2020 – 229 cases

July 14, 2020 – 228 cases, 5th death reported this day (man in his 60’s from southwest part of Cumberland County)

July 15, 2020 – 241 cases

July 16, 2020 – 244 cases

The Tennessee Department of Health says if a total number drops it is because a case was re-classified as another illness instead of COVID-19.

CORONAVIRUS TOTAL CASES IN ROANE COUNTY (running count)

March 21-31, 2020 – 1 up to 2 cases

April 1- May 3, 2020 – 2 up to 7 cases

May 4-31, 2020 – 8 up to 16 cases

June 1-30, 2020 – 16 up to 44 cases

July 1, 2020 – 46 cases

July 2, 2020 – 50 cases

July 3, 2020 – 59 cases

July 4, 2020 – 61 cases

July 5-6, 2020 – 62 cases

July 7, 2020 – 64 cases

July 8, 2020 – 71 cases

July 9, 2020 – 75 cases

July 10, 2020 – 80 cases

July 11, 2020 – 81 cases

July 12, 2020 – 85 cases

July 13, 2020 – 88 cases

July 14, 2020 – 94 cases

July 15, 2020 – 100 cases

July 16, 2020 – 105 cases

The Tennessee Department of Health says if a total number drops it is because a case was re-classified as another illness instead of COVID-19.


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