Tennessee Coronavirus: 99,044 COVID-19 cases and 999 deaths


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – Tennessee saw COVID-19 cases increase by 2,555 from Monday to 99,044 — an increase of 2,6%.

(Most statistics from the Tennessee Department of Health were delayed due to a technical issue and were posted late Tuesday evening.)

Twenty-one more Tennesseans have died from COVID-19, according to the statistics for Tuesday. That was a 2.1% increase from Monday and the death toll is now 999.

There are 4,372 hospitalizations and 56,760 recoveries. Some 1,435,433 tests have been administered in Tennessee.

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