NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — Tennessee saw a sharp jump in confirmed coronavirus cases on Tuesday. Cases were up by 821 — or 3.5% — to 24,375, the Tennessee Department of Health reported.
Deaths also jumped by 3.8% from Monday to 381, an increase of 14. There have been 15,916 recoveries from the virus, the Department of Health said.
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There have been 1,792 people hospitalized and 462,136 have been tested.
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