4/7/20 State of Tennessee COVID-19 Numbers

Laboratory Type Positive Test Negative Tests Total
State PH Lab 339 2,261 2,600
Non-State PH Lab 3,799 46,475 50,274
Total 4,138 48,736 52,874
* Please note, these data are meant to provide a rough estimate of testing volume. Due to different source data, numbers may differ slightly from day to day.

** Laboratory reports of positive cases are reported to metro and local health departments as soon as results are available. State numbers are updated at 2pm daily and there may be a lag in the reporting of cumulative numbers at the state level.

Hospitalizations 408
Please note for hospitalizationsInformation about hospitalization status is gathered at the time of diagnosis, therefore this information may be incomplete. This number indicates the number of patients that were ever hospitalized during their illness, it does not indicate the number of patients currently hospitalized.
Fatalities 72
Please note for deathsSome deaths may be reported by health care providers, hospitals, medical examiners, local health departments, or others before they are included in the statewide count.
Age Ranges of Confirmed Cases
0-10 52
11-20 198
21-30 905
31-40 684
41-50 639
51-60 755
61-70 508
71-80 251
80+ 124
Pending 22
Total 4,138
Recovered 466
TDH defines “recovered” as people who (1) have been confirmed to be asymptomatic by their local or regional health department and have completed their required isolation period or (2) are at least 21 days beyond the first test confirming their illness.
County Positive Negative Deaths
Anderson County 11 270  
Bedford County 10 164  
Benton County 4 58  
Bledsoe County 3 32  
Blount County 41 349 2
Bradley County 25 268  
Campbell County 6 101  
Cannon County 7 82  
Carroll County 8 141  
Carter County 3 95  
Cheatham County 13 331  
Chester County 7 85  
Claiborne County 2 71  
Clay County 1 78  
Cocke County 2 76  
Coffee County 7 223  
Crockett County 0 52  
Cumberland County 32 525  
Davidson County 888 6,359 9
Decatur County 0 57  
Dekalb County 7 119  
Dickson County 27 210  
Dyer County 10 130  
Fayette County 21 189  
Fentress County 2 84  
Franklin County 14 136 1
Gibson County 13 226  
Giles County 3 112  
Grainger County 3 54  
Greene County 18 117 1
Grundy County 16 69  
Hamblen County 4 150  
Hamilton County 95 1,025 9
Hancock County 0 12  
Hardeman County 6 104  
Hardin County 2 166  
Hawkins County 16 104 1
Haywood County 6 60  
Henderson County 2 122  
Henry County 6 121  
Hickman County 2 85  
Houston County 2 88  
Humphreys County 4 69  
Jackson County 3 51  
Jefferson County 10 139  
Johnson County 2 13  
Knox County 143 1,530 3
Lake County 0 22  
Lauderdale County 5 74  
Lawrence County 6 197  
Lewis County 2 23  
Lincoln County 6 67  
Loudon County 15 176  
Macon County 12 178 1
Madison County 43 450  
Marion County 21 80 1
Marshall County 9 149  
Maury County 26 524  
McMinn County 3 254  
McNairy County 5 90  
Meigs County 2 58  
Monroe County 6 156  
Montgomery County 65 850 2
Moore County 0 24  
Morgan County 5 55  
Obion County 3 89 1
Overton County 4 148  
Perry County 3 32  
Pickett County 0 18  
Polk County 3 31  
Putnam County 57 482  
Rhea County 0 147  
Roane County 5 206  
Robertson County 65 510  
Rutherford County 178 1,602 3
Scott County 4 80  
Sequatchie County 1 48  
Sevier County 18 366  
Shelby County 835 3,589 15
Smith County 3 137  
Stewart County 2 77  
Sullivan County 26 256 1
Sumner County 361 1,358 15
Tipton County 38 293  
Trousdale County 14 49 1
Unicoi County 1 39  
Union County 1 39  
Van Buren County 0 28  
Warren County 2 157  
Washington County 27 361  
Wayne County 2 52  
Weakley County 5 113  
White County 2 160  
Williamson County 278 2,023 3
Wilson County 113 1,092  
OUT OF STATE 281 8,984 2
PENDING 68 8,041 1
TOTAL 4,138 48,736 72

Please note regarding case counts: This data changes rapidly as labs conduct tests and identify new cases. Labs assign those cases to a county or leave that information blank. Metro and regional health departments then determine the appropriate county of jurisdiction during their public health investigation. We’re working to reduce the “pending” number to 0. Contact the local health department for county specific information. Cases among Tennessee residents are counted by their county of residence. Residents of other states who were tested at Tennessee healthcare facilities are counted as “Out of TN”.

* Data include both confirmed and presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 reported to TDH or tested by TDH since January 21, 2020. These figures are updated daily at 2 p.m. Central time and reflect all cases reported to TDH as of that time.

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