TDH: 3,314 new COVID-19 cases, highest single-day increase for Tennessee –

More churches across Tennessee are returning to having services just online after a recent spike in COVID-19 cases statewide.

The 3,314 new-cases number is Tennessees greatest single-day increase, going beyond the previous record set on July 8 with 2,472 cases.

In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, several counties have actually issued mask requirements. Other counties are strongly encouraging using masks however are not requiring them at this time.

While the 35K+ tests is the second-highest reported variety of new processed tests, the favorable test percentage for Mondays update is 9.2%.

TDH also validated eight extra deaths, bringing Tennessee as much as 749 total deaths.

Of the 65,274 cases, 33,486 are male (51%), 30,763 are female (47%), and 1,025 are pending (2%).

The health department reported 3,314 new cases, bringing the state to 65,274 overall cases, a 5% daily boost since Sunday. Of the overall cases, 64,737 are validated and 537 are possible.

Out of the confirmed positive cases, 36,996 have actually recovered, an increase of 1,141 recoveries.

Tennessee has conducted 1,053,424 tests with 988,150 unfavorable results. The percentage for favorable cases increased by.1% to 6.2%. Mondays update included 35,926 tests to the states total.

In its Monday morning upgrade, the Shelby County Health Department reported 13,855 cases of COVID-19 in the county.

Over the last seven days, Tennessees average of brand-new day-to-day cases has actually jumped to 1,874, the greatest the average has been considering that the pandemic started.

The most current variety of hospitalizations increased by 34 to 3,284. A note on the departments site states this total is an indicator of the number of patients that were ever hospitalized during their illness and not an indicator of the variety of clients presently hospitalized.

Earlier Monday, Metro Public Health Department authorities reported 14,702 cases of COVID-19 in Davidson County.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN)– The Tennessee Department of Health has actually validated additional cases of COVID-19 throughout the state on Monday, July 13.

Schools Moving Forward

Last month, the Tennessee Department of Health announced changes to its format for sharing COVID-19 information. The departments overall variety of cases and overall deaths now include both laboratory-confirmed cases and probable cases as specified in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention security case meanings.– Learn more about the modifications here.

The countdown is on as school districts throughout Tennessee scramble to finalize and submit their strategies to the state board of education by July 24.

The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System revealed numerous updates on Friday concerning resuming CMCSS schools for the 2020-21 school year. The updates consist of pressing back the first half day of school from August 11 to August 31..

On Thursday, Metro Nashville Public Schools revealed the new scholastic academic year will start remotely for all trainees.

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Tennessee has actually conducted 1,053,424 tests with 988,150 negative results. The portion for positive cases increased by.1% to 6.2%. Mondays upgrade included 35,926 tests to the states overall.

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