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COVID-19: Tennessee reported cases pass 1,300; four more in Washington County

Johnson City Press • Updated Mar 28, 2020 at 3:34 PM

The Tennessee Department of Health reported 1,373 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus Saturday, up from 1,203 the day before. A total of six fatalities had occurred, in addition to 118 hospitalizations. 

Washington County reported four new cases bringing the total to 14, while Carter and Johnson counties reported their first cases.

County case count

Anderson: 5

Bedford: 1

Benton: 3

Bledsoe: 2

Blount: 9

Bradley: 5

Campbell: 4

Cannon: 3

Carroll: 4

Carter: 1

Cheatham: 7

Chester: 2

Claiborne: 2

Cocke: 1

Cumberland: 6

Davidson: 243

Decatur: 1

DeKalb: 3

Dickson: 11

Dyer: 3

Fayette: 4

Franklin: 3

Gibson: 2

Greene: 8

Grundy: 2

Hamblen: 2

Hamilton: 35

Hardeman: 1

Hardin: 1

Hawkins: 2

Houston: 2

Jefferson: 5

Johnson: 1

Knox: 33

Lewis: 2

Lincoln: 1

Loudon: 6

Macon: 2

Madison: 3

Marion: 4

Maury: 8

McMinn: 3

Meigs: 1

Monroe: 3

Montgomery: 11

Morgan: 1

Overton: 2

Perry: 2

Putnam: 17

Roane: 1

Robertson: 23

Rutherford: 46

Scott: 2

Sevier: 6

Shelby: 269

Smith: 1

Sullivan: 6

Sumner: 82

Tipton; 11

Trousdale: 1

Unicoi: 1

Union: 1

Washington: 14

Weakley: 1

White: 1

Williamson: 95

Wilson: 20

Out of TN: 148

Pending: 161

Grand Total: 1,373

Age ranges of confirmed cases 

0-10: 16

11-20: 71

21-30: 346

31-40: 221

41-50: 224

51-60: 218

61-70: 153

71-80: 87

80+: 28

Pending: 9

Total1,373

COVID-19 Assessment Sites: https://www.tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov/remote-assessment-sites.html

Tennessee COVID-19 Public Information Number: 877-857-2945. Available 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. EDT

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