TDH: 65 new COVID-19 cases in Northeast Tennessee, 40 new recoveries – WJHL-TV News Channel 11

Forty brand-new recoveries were reported: 26 in Sullivan, 6 in Washington, four in Hawkins, three in Carter, and one in Johnson County.

Active cases by county:.

Carter– 608 cases/ 6 deaths/ 150 recoveriesGreene– 563 cases/ 9 deaths/ 167 recoveriesHawkins– 540 cases/ 10 deaths/ 150 recoveriesJohnson– 321 cases/ 48 recoveriesSullivan– 1,171 cases/ 16 deaths/ 808 recoveriesUnicoi– 179 cases/ 77 recoveriesWashington– 1,405 cases/ 2 deaths/ 445 recoveries.

The total COVID-19 case count for Tennessee is now 131, 747 as of August 15, 2020 consisting of 1,345 deaths, 5,813 hospitalizations and 92,100 recuperated. Percent positive for today is 7.76%.

The health department likewise revealed 1,304 verified deaths, 5,813 hospitalizations, and 92,100 healings. More than 1.8 million coronavirus tests have been administered..

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WJHL)– The Tennessee Department of Health reported 129,509 confirmed cases and 2,238 possible cases of COVID-19 in the state on Saturday, a boost of 1,289 overall cases since Friday.

VDH: New COVID-19 death reported in Lee County.

The following information was reported in regional counties:.

TDH reported 65 brand-new local cases: 35 in Sullivan County; 14 in Washington County; six each in Carter, and Hawkins counties; and 2 in each Johnson and Greene Counties. No brand-new cases were reported in Unicoi County.

The overall COVID-19 case count for Tennessee is now 131, 747 as of August 15, 2020 consisting of 1,345 deaths, 5,813 hospitalizations and 92,100 recuperated. Percent positive for today is 7.76%.

Carter– 452Greene– 387Hawkins– 380Johnson– 273Sullivan– 347Unicoi– 102Washington– 958.

One brand-new death was reported in Sullivan County on Friday, bringing the countys overall to 16 fatalities. No brand-new deaths were reported Saturday.

On Friday, TDH reported 128,315 confirmed cases and 1,285 validated deaths..

There are currently 2,899 active cases in Northeast Tennessee, up from 2,875 cases on Frisday.

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