Coronavirus in Tennessee: Cases, deaths and hospitalizations across the state

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — Here’s a look at the data showing how the novel coronavirus is impacting Tennessee. Data is updated by 4 p.m. each day by the Tennessee Department of Health unless otherwise noted.

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East Tennessee deaths

  • Anderson County – 114
  • Blount County – 132
  • Campbell County – 40
  • Cocke County – 58
  • Grainger County – 39
  • Hamblen County – 117
  • Jefferson County – 78
  • *Knox County – 432
  • Loudon County – 50
  • Roane County – 81
  • Scott County – 32
  • Sevier County – 120
    *Knox County’s Board of Health is independent of the state and may report different totals.

Friday, Jan. 22, 2021

  • New cases: 4,064
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 93 more people died, for a total of 8,777
  • Residents hospitalized: 2,361 (a decrease of 148)
  • New recovered/inactive: 6,700
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: 10%
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 701,847

Thursday, Jan. 21, 2021

  • New cases: 3,492
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 128 more people died, for a total of 8,684
  • Residents hospitalized: 2,513 (a decrease of 140)
  • New recovered/inactive: 6,016
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: 9%
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 697,783

Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021

  • New cases: 4,483
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 86 more people died, for a total of 8,556
  • Residents hospitalized: 2,653 (an increase of 6)
  • New recovered/inactive: 9,122
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: 8%
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 694.291

Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021

  • New cases: 2,057
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 40 more people died, for a total of 8,470
  • Residents hospitalized: 2,647 (a decrease of 17)
  • New recovered/inactive: 9,586
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: 15%
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 689,808

Monday, Jan. 18, 2021

  • New cases: 2,430
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 39 more people died, for a total of 8,430
  • Residents hospitalized: 2,660 (a decrease of 39)
  • New recovered/inactive: 3,924
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: N/A
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 687,751

Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021

  • New cases: 4,474
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 36 more people died, for a total of 8,391
  • Residents hospitalized: 2,699 (a decrease of 106)
  • New recovered/inactive: 5,200
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: 14%
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 685,321

Saturday, Jan. 16, 2021

  • New cases: 4,808
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 44 more people died, for a total of 8,355
  • Residents hospitalized: 2,805 (a decrease of 61)
  • New recovered/inactive: 2,658
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: 9%
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 680,487

Friday, Jan. 15, 2021

  • New cases: 5,557
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 79 more people died, for a total of 8,311
  • Residents hospitalized: 2,857 (a decrease of 105)
  • New recovered/inactive: 6,055
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: 8%
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 676,039

Thursday, Jan. 14, 2021

  • New cases: 4,983
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 84 more people died, for a total of 8,232
  • Residents hospitalized: 2,964 (a decrease of 68)
  • New recovered/inactive: 7,909
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: 9%
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 670,482

Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2021

  • New cases: 4,625
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 137 more people died, for a total of 8,148
  • Residents hospitalized: 3,029
  • New recoveries: 9,629
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: 14%
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 665,499

Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021

  • New cases: 3,478
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 146 more people died, for a total of 8,011
  • Residents hospitalized: 3,048
  • New recoveries: 10,435
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: 14%
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 660,874

Monday, Jan. 11, 2021

  • New cases: 3,527
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 80 more people died, for a total of 7,865
  • Residents hospitalized: 3,079
  • New recoveries: 3,713
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: 17%
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 657,396

Sunday, Jan. 10, 2021

  • New cases: 7,419
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 81 more people died, for a total of 7,785
  • Residents hospitalized: 3,085
  • New recoveries: 4,555
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: 16%
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 653,869

Saturday, Jan. 9, 2021

  • New cases: 5,844
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 86 more people died, for a total of 7,704
  • Residents hospitalized: 3,221
  • New recoveries: 1,017
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: 13%
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 646,450

Friday, Jan. 8, 2021

  • New cases: 6,369
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 126 more people died, for a total of 7,618
  • Residents hospitalized: 3,249 (a decrease of 92)
  • New recoveries: 3,991
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: 8%
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 640,606

Thursday, Jan. 7, 2021

  • New cases: 9,000
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 111 more people died, for a total of 7,492
  • Residents hospitalized: 3,351 (an increase of 19)
  • New recoveries: 6,796
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: 14%
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 634,237

Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021

  • New cases: 7,588
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 114 more, for a total of 7,381
  • Residents hospitalized: 3,332
  • New recoveries: 9,631
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: 14%
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 625,237

Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021

  • New cases: 5,399
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 99 more, for a total of 7,267
  • Residents hospitalized: 3,246
  • New recoveries: 8,713
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: 14%
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 617,649

Monday, Jan. 4, 2021

  • New cases: 3,953
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 143 more, for a total of 7,168
  • Residents hospitalized: 3,213
  • New recoveries: 3,213
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: 14%
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 612,250

Sunday, Jan. 3, 2021

  • New cases: 4,165
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 55 more, for a total of 7,025
  • Residents hospitalized: 3,176
  • New recoveries: 3,877
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: 16%
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 608,297

Saturday, Jan. 2, 2021

  • New cases: 8,550
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 15 more, for a total of
  • Residents hospitalized: 3,114
  • New recoveries: 7,080
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: 10%
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 604,132

Friday, Jan. 1, 2021

  • New cases: 8,550
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 48 more, for a total of 6,955
  • Residents hospitalized: 3,198
  • New recoveries: 7,095
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: 16%
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 595,582

Thursday, Dec. 31, 2020

  • New cases: 5,993
  • Deaths (confirmed and probable): 97 more, for a total of 6,907
  • Current active cases: 77,888
  • Residents hospitalized: 3,218
  • 7-day positivity rate: 17.5%
  • Available ICU capacity, statewide: 9%
  • Total cases reported since March 2020 (confirmed and probable): 586,802

TDH defines “inactive/recovered” as people who are (1) at least 14 days beyond their symptom onset date, or are at least 14 days beyond the first test confirming their illness if asymptomatic, and (2) are not deceased. The 7-day testing positivity rate is the percent of all tests that were reported positive.

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