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TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH COVID-19 REPORT – THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2020

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

TENNESSEE – 17,035 active cases (up 146 cases from yesterday) in Tennessee out of 168,237 total cases (up 1,650 cases since yesterday)

  • 151,202 recovered (up 1,504 from yesterday)
  • 1,988 died (up 57 from yesterday)
  • 848 had to be hospitalized (down 18 since yesterday)
  • 2,388,318 tested (up 25,375 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, September 10, 2020). INFORMATION IN BOLD INDICATES RISES IN NUMBERS FROM PREVIOUS DAY:

ANDERSON – 86 active remaining cases (up 5 cases from yesterday) out of 992 total cases (up 29 cases from yesterday), 10 fatalities, 21,508 negative tests

BLEDSOE – 24 active remaining cases (up 1 case from yesterday) out of 814 total cases (up 6 cases from yesterday), 4 fatalities, 6,194 negative tests

CUMBERLAND – 155 active remaining cases (down 2 cases from yesterday) out of 1,017 total cases (up 25 cases from yesterday), 18,886 negative tests, 10 fatalities

FENTRESS – 79 remaining active cases (down 2 cases from yesterday) out of 314 total cases (up 13 cases from yesterday), 2 fatalities, 3,284 negative tests

KNOX – 1,166 remaining active cases (up 36 cases from yesterday) out of 7,710 total cases (up 265 cases from yesterday), 66 fatalities, 107,950 negative tests

LOUDON – 79 remaining active cases (down 4 cases from yesterday) out of 1,003 total cases (up 17 cases from yesterday), 4 fatalities, 10,674 negative tests

MCMINN – 100 remaining active cases (up 2 cases from yesterday) out of 914 total cases (up 20 cases from yesterday), 24 fatalities, 13,462 negative tests

MEIGS – 31 remaining active cases (same as yesterday) out of 191 total cases (up 5 cases from yesterday), 3 fatalities, 2,524 negative tests

MORGAN –  39 remaining active cases (up 4 cases from yesterday) out of 274 total cases (up 6 cases from yesterday), 2 fatalities, 7,004 negative tests

OVERTON – 90 remaining active cases (up 5 cases from yesterday) out of 561 total cases (up 23 cases from yesterday), 2 fatalities, 5,837 negative tests

PICKETT – 22 active cases (down 1 case from yesterday) out of 87 total cases (up 4 cases from yesterday), 853 negative tests, 1 fatality

PUTNAM – 322 remaining active cases (up 34 cases from yesterday) out of 2,596 total cases (up 78 cases from yesterday), 34 fatalities, 24,672 negative tests

RHEA – 56 remaining active cases (same as yesterday) out of 703 total case (up 5 cases from yesterday), 7 fatalities, 8,657 negative tests

ROANE – 90 active case (down 6 cases from yesterday) out of 717 total cases (up 13 cases from yesterday), 3 fatalities, 14,688 negative tests

WHITE – 84 remaining active case (down 7 cases from yesterday) out of 650 total cases (up 21 cases from yesterday), 8 fatalities, 7,549 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 for month)

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

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

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

July 1-31, 2020 – 43,509 to 105,959 (rise of 64,450 cases for month)

August 1-31, 2020 – 105,959 to 154,933 (rise of 48,974 cases for month

September 1, 2020 – 156,329 (up 1,396 cases)

September 2, 2020 – 157,831 (up 1,502 cases)

September 3, 2020 – 159,546 (up 1,715 cases)

September 4, 2020 – 160,597 (up 1,051 cases)

September 5, 2020 – 162,362 (up 1,765 cases)

September 6, 2020 – 164,126 (up 1,764 cases)

September 7, 2020 – 165,109 (up 983 cases)

September 8, 2020 – 165,754 (up 645 cases)

September 9, 2020 – 166,587 (up 833 cases)

September 10, 2020 – 168,237 (up 1,650 cases)

CORONAVIRUS TOTAL CASES IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY (running count)

March 19-31, 2020 – 11 cases

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 1-31, 2020 – 173 up to 365 cases (fatalities reported on the 2nd, 14, and 17, 2020)

August 1-31, 2020 – 365 up to 826 cases (fatalities reported on the 13th and 24th)

September 1, 2020 – 831 cases

September 2, 2020 – 856 cases

September 3, 2020 – 944 cases (revised new total)

September 4, 2020 – 970 cases

September 5, 2020 – 985 cases

September 6-8, 2020 – 992 cases

September 9, 2020 – 992 cases, 10th fatality reported this day

September 10, 2020 – 1,017 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 – 7 up to 16 cases

June 1-30, 2020 – 16 up to 46 cases

July 1-31, 2020 – 46 to 330 cases (1st fatality reported July 25 – 79-year-old U.S. Navy veteran Jimmy Dial)

August 1-31, 2020 – 330 to 651 cases (death reported on 3rd)

September 1, 2020 – 659 cases

September 2, 2020 – 671 cases

September 3-4, 2020 – 662 cases (revised new total)

September 5, 2020 – 674 cases

September 6, 2020 – 690 cases

September 7, 2020 – 693 cases

September 8, 2020  – 696 cases

September 9, 2020 – 704 cases

September 10, 2020 – 717 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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