NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – The total number of confirmed coronavirus cases on Saturday in Tennessee is 19,789, the Tennessee Department of Health said. Some 329 people have died.
Cases rose by 395 – or 2%. The number of deaths from the coronavirus was up by 14 — 4.4% — from Friday, according to the Department of Health.
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There have been 1,573 people hospitalized and 12,745 have recovered. The number of people tested is 373,578.
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