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UPPER CUMBERLAND AND TENNESSEE VALLEY COVID-19 REPORT – MONDAY, MAY 17, 2021

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

INFORMATION IN BOLD INDICATES RISES IN NUMBERS FROM DAY BEFORE.

BLEDSOE – 28 active remaining cases (same) out of 2,163 total cases, 11 fatalities, 32 hospitalized

CUMBERLAND – 52 active remaining cases (down 15) out of 6,775 total cases, 133 fatalities, 167 hospitalized

FENTRESS – 22 remaining active cases (UP 3) out of 2,434 total cases, 47 fatalities, 64 hospitalized

LOUDON – 47 remaining active cases (down 8) out of 6,171 total cases, 69 fatalities, 140 hospitalized

MCMINN – 60 remaining active cases (UP 7) out of 6,559 total cases, 98 fatalities, 163 hospitalized

MEIGS – 4 remaining active cases (down 1) out of 1,393 total cases, 25 fatalities, 46 hospitalized

MONROE – 55 remaining active cases (UP 1) out of 5,887 total cases, 96 fatalities, 162 hospitalized

MORGAN – 25 remaining active cases (UP 1) out of 2,519 total cases, 39 fatalities, 46 hospitalized

OVERTON – 15 remaining active cases (down 7) out of 3,025 total cases, 61 fatalities, 64 hospitalized

PICKETT – 1 active cases (same) out of 758 total cases, 24 fatalities, 28 hospitalized

PUTNAM – 82 remaining active cases (down 27) out of 11,444 total cases, 175 fatalities, 211 hospitalized

RHEA – 21 remaining active cases (UP 3) out of 4,363 total cases, 75 fatalities, 86 hospitalized

ROANE – 44 active case (down 4) out of 6,327 total cases, 105 fatalities, 153 hospitalized

WHITE – 61 remaining active case (down 6) out of 3,689 total cases, 70 fatalities, 118 hospitalized

CORONAVIRUS TOTAL CASES IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY (running count)

March 19-31, 2020 – 11 cases

April 2020 – 14 up to 74 total cases (rise of 60 cases and 1st fatality reported this month)

May 2020 – 70 up to 116 total cases (rise of 46 cases)

June 2020 – 116 up to 168 total cases (rise of 52 cases and 2nd and 3rd fatality reported this month)

July 2020 – 168 up to 365 total cases (rise of 197 cases and 4th, 5th and 6th fatality reported this month)

August 2020 – 365 up to 826 total cases (rise of 461 cases and 7th, 8th and 9th fatality reported)

September 2020 – 826 up to 1,223 total cases (rise of 397 cases and 10th – 19th fatality reported)

October 2020 – 1,233 up to 1,705 total cases (rise of 472 cases and 20th – 27th fatality reported)

November 2020 – 1,708 up to 2,665 total cases (rise of 957 cases and 28th– 36th fatality reported)

December 2020 – 2,699 up to 4,398 total cases (rise of 1,699 cases and 37th – 51st fatality reported)

January 2021 – 4,635 up to 5,658 total cases (rise of 1,023 cases and 52nd – 86th fatality reported)

February 2021 – 5,658 up to 6,102 total cases (rise of 444 cases), active cases fell from 225 down to 82 and 87th – 121st fatality reported.

March 2021 – 6,105 to 6,340 total cases (rise of 235 cases), 78 down to as low as 63 back up to 87 active cases, 122nd – 125th fatalities reported.

April 2021 to May 2, 2021 – 6,379 to 6,683 total cases (rise of 304 cases), 120 going up and down at times then dropped to 114 active cases, 126th – 128th fatalities reported.

May 3, 2021 – 6,704 total cases, 108 active cases

May 4, 2021 – 6,704 total cases, 91 active cases

May 5, 2021 – 6,711 total cases, 87 active cases, 129th fatality reported

May 6, 2021 – 6,726 total cases, 89 active cases, 130th, 131st and 132nd fatalities reported

May 7, 2021 – 6,734 total cases, 79 active cases

May 8-10, 2021 – 6,748 total cases, 81 active cases, 133rd fatality reported

May 11, 2021 – 6,749 total cases, 71 active cases

May 12, 2021 – 6,755 total cases, 64 active cases

May 13, 2021 – 6,762 total cases, 68 active cases

May 14, 2021 – 6,769 total cases, 67 active cases

May 15-17, 2021 – 6,775 total cases, 52 active cases

CORONAVIRUS TOTAL CASES IN ROANE COUNTY (running count)

March 21-31, 2020 – 1 up to 2 cases

April 2020 – 2 up to 6 total cases (rise of 4 cases)

May 2020 – 6 up to 16 total cases (rise of 10 cases)

June 2020 – 16 up to 46 total cases (rise of 30 cases)

July 2020 – 46 to 330 total cases (rise of 284 cases and 1st fatality reported)

August 2020 – 330 to 651 total cases (rise of 321 cases)

September 2020 – 651 to 917 total cases (rise of 266 cases and 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th fatality reported)

October 1, 2020 – 917 to 1,460 total cases (rise of 543 cases and 6th, 7th and 8th fatality reported)

November 2020 – 1,461 to 2,439 total cases (rise of 978 cases and 9th – 29th fatality reported)

December 2020 – 2,519 to 4,325 total cases (rise of 1,806 cases and 30th – 56th fatality reported)

January 2021 – 4,540 to 5,471 total cases (rise of 931 cases and 57th – 91st fatality reported)

February 2021 – 5,471 to 5,888 total cases (rise of 417), active cases fell from 210 down to 168 and 92nd – 96th fatality reported.

March 1, 2021 – 5,993 to 6,069 total cases (rise of 76), active cases from 168 down to 31, 97th – 100th fatalities reported.

April 2021 – May 2, 2021 – 6,076 to 6,249 total cases (rise of 173 cases), 36 up to 71 down to 58 active cases

May 3, 2021 – 6,265 total cases, 60 active cases

May 4, 2021 – 6,267 total cases, 54 active cases

May 5, 2021 – 6,272 total cases, 56 active cases, 105th fatality reported

May 6, 2021 – 6,281 total cases, 59 active cases

May 7, 2021 – 6,282 total cases, 57 active cases

May 8-10, 2021 – 6,302 total cases, 60 active cases

May 11, 2021 – 6,305 total cases, 58 active cases

May 12, 2021 – 6,309 total cases, 53 active cases

May 13, 2021 – 6,317 total cases, 56 active cases

May 14, 2021 – 6,318 total cases, 48 active cases

May 15-17, 2021 – 6,327 total cases, 44 active 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.

HOSPITALIZED NUMBER – Hospitalization data reflect the cumulative (total) number of cases of residents in a county that were ever hospitalized AT ANY HOSPITAL from COVID-19. It does not reflect the number of people currently hospitalized in each county.


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