Coronavirus Tennessee: Virus deaths up another 35 in Wednesday report; total now 1,931


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – Tennessee reported 833 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, a 0.50% increase. The cumulative number of cases is 166,587, the Tennessee Department of Health reported.

There are 35 new coronavirus-related deaths reported for a total of 1,931, a 1.85% increase.

There are 149,.698 recoveries in the state and 2,362,943 tests have been administered. Some 862 people are currently hospitalized across the state.

The percent positive number is 6.33%, the state said.

Area counties whose coronavirus cases have increased by more than 100% since Aug. 1

County Cases % Increase
Fentress 301, 312.33%
Morgan 268, 252.63%
Cumberland 992, 165.24%
Greene 948, 161.88%
Monroe 879, 149.72%
Union 250, 119.30%
Roane 704, 102.88%

  • Tennessee Department of Health data

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