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COVID-19: Tennessee cases pass 1,500 with seven deaths; NETN at 37

Johnson City Press • Updated Mar 29, 2020 at 3:33 PM

The Tennessee Department of Health reported 1,537 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus Sunday, up from 1,373 the day before. A total of seven fatalities had occurred, in addition to 133 hospitalizations. 

In Northeast Tennessee, there were a total of 37 cases:

Carter: 1

Greene: 9

Hancock: 0

Hawkins: 2

Johnson: 2

Sullivan: 8

Unicoi: 1

Washington: 14

All Tennessee counties

Anderson: 6

Bedford: 1

 

Benton: 3

 

Bledsoe: 2

 

Blount: 9

 

Bradley: 8

 

Campbell: 4

 

Cannon: 2

 

Carroll: 5

 

Carter: 1

 

Cheatham: 8

 

Chester: 2

 

Claiborne: 2

 

Cocke: 1

 

Coffee: 1

 

Cumberland: 9

 

Davidson: 260

 

Decatur: 1

 

DeKalb: 3

 

Dickson: 11

 

Dyer: 3

 

Fayette: 10

 

Franklin: 6

 

Gibson: 3

 

Greene: 9

 

Grundy: 2

 

Hamblen: 2

 

Hamilton: 35

 

Hardeman: 1

 

Hardin: 1

 

Hawkins: 2

 

Haywood: 2

 

Henry: 1

 

Houston: 2

 

Jefferson: 5

 

Johnson: 2

 

Knox: 38

 

Lewis: 2

 

Lincoln: 1

 

Loudon: 8

 

Macon: 3

 

Madison: 3

 

Marion: 5

 

Maury: 8

 

McMinn: 3

 

McNairy: 1

 

Meigs: 1

 

Monroe: 3

 

Montgomery: 13

 

Morgan: 1

 

Obion: 1

 

Overton: 2

 

Perry: 2

 

Putnam: 17

 

Roane: 2

 

Robertson: 25

 

Rutherford: 48

 

Scott: 2

 

Sevier: 6

 

Shelby: 313

 

Smith: 1

 

Sullivan: 8

 

Sumner: 93

 

Tipton: 15

 

Trousdale: 1

 

Unicoi: 1

 

Union: 1

 

Washington: 14

 

Weakley: 1

 

White: 1

 

Williamson: 101

 

Wilson: 27

 

Out of TN: 150

 

Pending: 190

 

Grand Total: 1,537

Age ranges of confirmed cases 

0-10: 17

11-20: 80

21-30: 380

31-40: 239

41-50: 262

51-60: 239

61-70: 176

71-80: 97

80+: 33

Pending: 14

Total: 1,537

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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