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Coronavirus numbers in Tennessee | Active Knox Co. cases over 12K

A man and a girl wear masks as they stop to hear a band outside a music venue Monday, June 29,...
A man and a girl wear masks as they stop to hear a band outside a music venue Monday, June 29, 2020, in Nashville, Tenn. The Nashville Health Department has put in place a mask mandate beginning Monday to help battle the spread of the coronavirus. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey) (KTUU)
Published: Jan. 3, 2021 at 4:01 PM EST|Updated: Jan. 19, 2022 at 1:29 PM EST
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) - The Tennessee Department of Health releases weekly data on COVID-19 cases in the state.

Each day, the health department releases numbers on deaths, cases, recoveries, and hospitalizations. Hospitalizations are updated on a 24-hour delay, however. According to the state website, this is because the data is dynamic and changes as hospitals learn more about their patients.

Those interested in finding more information on vaccines and a location to receive a vaccine or booster shot can do so here.

The state also offers county-specific data, which can be found here.

January 19, 2021

The Knox County Health Department reported over 12,000 active COVID-19 cases in the county through Jan. 15 after switching to weekly updates. According to the website, there has been a spike in cases since December. On Jan. 12 alone, over 1000 cases were reported.

Knox County

Active Cases: 12,188

Deaths: 1,091

Current hospitalizations: 2,335

Total vaccinations: 679,023

Statewide

Active Cases in Tennessee: 173,784

Total deaths statewide: 21,095

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 2,415

Total vaccinations: 4,034,586

January 5, 2022

Tennessee COVID-19 hospitalizations have more than doubled in the last month, according to data from the state Department of Health. On Dec. 6, the department reported 879 hospitalizations, and as of Jan. 5, the department is reporting over 2,100.

Maryville City Schools recently let parents know that they are no longer enforcing quarantines for asymptomatic, COVOD-positive students. School officials said this is because of recently passed state legislation, but it is not clear yet whether that legislation applies.

Active Cases in Tennessee: 120,158

Deaths statewide: 20,952

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 2,116

Total vaccinations: 3,991,617

December 31, 2021

A supply of COVID-19 treatment pills has made its way into East Tennessee. Merck and Pfizer oral antiviral treatments for COVID-19 were shipped to the state of Tennessee Thursday, according to the Tennessee Department of Health.

Active Cases in Tennessee: 82,037

Deaths statewide: 20,851

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 1,622

Total vaccinations: 3,976,024

December 30, 2021

The omicron-fueled surge that is sending COVID-19 cases rocketing in the U.S. is putting children in the hospital in close to record numbers, and experts lament that most of the youngsters are not vaccinated.

Active Cases in Tennessee: 70,840

Deaths statewide: 20,776

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 1,493

Total vaccinations: 3,970,401

December 29, 2021

More than a year after the vaccine was rolled out, new cases of COVID-19 in the U.S. have soared to their highest level on record at over 265,000 per day on average, a surge driven largely by the highly contagious omicron variant. Following those reports, Dr. Fauci said Wednesday, “I don’t think we’re going to eradicate COVID.”

Active Cases in Tennessee: 62,795

Deaths statewide: 20,738

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 1,394

Total vaccinations: 3,960,854

December 28, 2021

Officials with the East Tennessee Children’s Hospital told WVLT News that they are only treating two patients for COVID-19 as of Tuesday.

The drop in hospitalizations in East Tennessee follows an opposite trend nation-wide. According to pediatricians across the country, child hospitalizations are on the rise. The increase in cases likely comes from holiday visitations and the Omicron variant, according to health professionals.

Statewide, 27 children are in the hospital with COVID-19, eight of which are in intensive care and five of which are on ventilators.

Statewide, Tennessee saw a 20% increase in active cases in the last four days.

Active Cases in Tennessee: 58,626

Deaths statewide: 20,613

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 1,275

Total vaccinations: 3,960,854

December 22, 2021

The Tennessee Department of Health released year-end information on COVID-19 across the state Wednesday. Dr. Lisa Piercey with the department gave an update on the data.

The data included information on how COVID-19 affected the state in 2021 and a preview of the state’s 2022 operation priorities.

“Year-end data reconciliation is an important step to ensure the public has an accurate view of how COVID-19 has affected our state this year and also identify areas where the department can improve services,” said Tennessee Department of Health Commissioner Lisa Piercey, MD, MBA, FAAP. “Data reporting for COVID-19 is unique, as it is the only infectious disease where real-time progression is tracked from positive test to death, compared to typical monthly or annual reports.”

State officials released data on testing, reported cases and vaccines for the year of 2021:

  • Total Tests: 5,394,058
  • Total Cases Reported: 762,964
  • Total Vaccines Administered: 8,280,246

Tennessee officials have run into some challenges with reporting COVID-19 cases, Dr. Piercey said. She mentioned that those that do at-home COVID-19 testing are not entered into the state system, so positive cases are not added immediately.

According to Dr. Piercey, around 80% of COVID cases in Tennessee are the Omicron variant, which she said is more contagious, but less severe, than the Delta variant. She also said that the Omicron strain of COVID-19 can have different symptoms, like no loss of taste or smell. Because of this, she said, those infected might not think they have COVID-19.

Dr. Piercey also stressed the importance of vaccinations. Only one type of monoclonal antibody treatment is effective against the Omicron variant, she said, and it is hard to come by.

Dr. Piercey also gave an insight into what the state plans to do in 2022. Currently, the state reports daily COVID-19 numbers. In 2022, the state will switch to weekly reporting, she said.

Tennessee Year-End COVID Data

The Tennessee Department of Health has released its end-of-year COVID-19 data. Dr. Lisa Piercey speaks.

Posted by WVLT on Wednesday, December 22, 2021

December 17, 2021

The Knox County Health Department announced Friday that a case of the COVID-19 Omicron variant was confirmed in Knox County.

Active Cases in Tennessee: 38,584

Deaths statewide: 17,939

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 1,080

Total vaccinations: 3,923,075

December 16, 2021

Most Americans should be given the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines instead of the Johnson & Johnson shot that can cause rare but serious blood clots, U.S. health officials said Thursday.

Active Cases in Tennessee: 38,366

Deaths statewide: 17,900

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 1,068

Total vaccinations: 3,919,218

December 14, 2021

This year’s holiday season was supposed to be a do-over for last year’s subdued celebrations. Instead it’s turning into a redux of restrictions, cancellations and rising angst over the never-ending pandemic.

Active Cases in Tennessee: 38,858

Deaths statewide: 17,768

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 1,065

Total vaccinations: 3,911,104

December 13, 2021

The Shelby County Health Department confirmed two cases of the omicron variant were identified Saturday in Shelby County. The Tennessee Department of Health recommends you get a booster dose of the vaccine to fight the omicron variant.

Active Cases in Tennessee: 38,765

Deaths statewide: 17,729

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 1,022

Total vaccinations: 3,909,739

December 9, 2021

The FDA approved Pfizer’s COVID-19 booster for teens as young as 16 Thursday. Active COVID-19 cases in Tennessee continued to rise from Wednesday to Thursday.

Active Cases in Tennessee: 36,445

Deaths statewide: 17,676

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 976

Total vaccinations: 3,892,936

December 6, 2021

Officials with the Tennessee Department of Health held a press conference Monday on the state of COVID-19 in Tennessee. Dr. Lisa Piercey spoke on the Omicron variant of the virus.

Active Cases in Tennessee: 33,902

Deaths statewide: 17,399

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 879

Total vaccinations: 3,880,300

December 3, 2021

On Friday, the Food and Drug Administration has expanded its emergency use authorization for a COVID antibody treatment for children. New data released from the TDOH reported that of all infants born between Mar. 1, 2020, and Oct. 31, 2021, six percent (7,785) showed signs of maternal COVID-19 infection during pregnancy.

Active Cases in Tennessee: 33,072

Deaths statewide: 17,296

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 862

Total vaccinations: 3,863,663

December 2, 2021

Active cases in Tennessee have increased but hospitalizations have decreased. With the emergence of the Omicron variant of COVID-19, WVLT News spoke to Tennessee Department of Health officials on how they are preparing to address the new Omicron COVID-19 variant in the state. Department officials said TDOH Commissioner Dr. Lisa Piercey had been briefed by federal officials on the variant and encouraging Tennesseans to get a COVID-19 vaccine.

In Knox County, only 15 ICU beds are open.

Active Cases in Tennessee: 31,878

Deaths statewide: 17,196

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 851

Total vaccinations: 3,858,740

December 1, 2021

Tennessee’s vaccination and booster numbers are on the rise as the state heads into the holiday season. Tennessee health officials have now given out 769,857 COVID-19 booster shots.

Active Cases in Tennessee: 30,946

Deaths statewide: 17,044

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 853

Total vaccinations: 3,852,908

November 30, 2021

Tennessee health officials released a statement on the new Omicron variant of COVID-19 Tuesday. According to TDOH officials, there is no indication the Omicron variant is more transmissible or vaccine-resistant than the Delta variant.

Tennessee has also surpassed 17,000 deaths due to COVID-19, with a total of 17,001. Active cases have fallen, however.

Active Cases in Tennessee: 30,326

Deaths statewide: 17,001

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 828

Total vaccinations: 3,846,058

November 23, 2021

Active Cases in Tennessee: 30,932

Deaths statewide: 16,861

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 720

Total vaccinations: 3,820,574

November 22, 2021

Active cases in Tennessee have risen above 30,000 cases. The total is now 30,418 active cases. This comes as many Tennesseans are hoping to get a head start on travel for the holiday season.

Current hospitalization has also risen above 700 over the weekend.

More than 90% of federal workers received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine by Monday’s deadline set by President Joe Biden.

Active Cases in Tennessee: 30,418

Deaths statewide: 16,829

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 712

Total vaccinations: 3,810,865

November 17, 2021

Cases are continuing to rise in Tennessee as the holiday season approaches. Cases in Tennessee increased by over 500 in Tennessee.

Active Cases in Tennessee: 29,395

Deaths statewide: 16,789

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 694

Total vaccinations: 3,791,618

November 15, 2021

Active cases rose over the weekend according to new data from the state health department. The current number of active cases is now 28,379 cases.

Deaths are also down both statewide and in Knox County.

Tennessee’s new wide-ranging law against COVID-19 prevention mandates hit a snag Sunday when a federal judge appeared to temporarily halt its implementation of strict limits on mask mandates in schools as they apply in at least three counties.

Officials with several East Tennessee hospital systems including Covenant Health, Blount Memorial Hospital, East Tennessee Children’s Hospital, Sweetwater Hospital Association and The University of Tennessee Medical Center announced last week that they plan to require their employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

Active Cases in Tennessee: 28,379

Deaths statewide: 16,668

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 687

Total vaccinations: 3,769,393

November 11, 2021

Covenant Health officials announced to their employees Wednesday that they plan to comply with President Biden’s order that employees be fully vaccinated by early January next year. Officials with East Tennessee Children’s Hospital will also be complying, according to a representative with the hospital system.

Active cases in Tennessee increased slightly, but hospitalizations dropped.

Active Cases in Tennessee: 27,870

Deaths statewide: 16,630

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 729

Total vaccinations: 3,741,698

November 10, 2021

Active COVID-19 cases continue to drop from yesterday. Cases are now at a new total of 27,526.

About 900,000 kids aged 5 to 11 will have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine in their first week of eligibility, the White House said Wednesday, providing the first glimpse at the pace of the school-aged vaccination campaign.

Active Cases in Tennessee: 27,526

Deaths statewide: 16,601

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 746

Total vaccinations: 3,735,744

November 8, 2021

Active COVID-19 cases have dropped below 28,000 cases over the weekend. The new total is now 27,838 cases.

Hospitalization have also dropped below 800 over the weekend.

More than a year and a half after COVID-19 concerns prompted the U.S. to close its borders to international travelers from countries including Brazil, China, India, South Africa, the United Kingdom and much of Europe, restrictions are shifting to focus on vaccine status.

Beginning Monday, bans on travel from specific countries are over. The U.S. will allow in international travelers, but they must be vaccinated — with a few exceptions.

Active Cases in Tennessee: 27,838

Deaths statewide: 16,509

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 752

Total vaccinations: 3,728,151

November 5, 2021

Tennessee COVID-related hospitalizations dropped over 3% in one day.

Active COVID cases in Knox Co. dropped below 700 cases. There were no reported deaths from Wednesday to Thursday in the county.

Active Cases in Tennessee: 28,040

Deaths statewide: 16,482

Current hospitalizations in Tennessee: 808

Total vaccinations: 3,718,306

November 4, 2021

Active cases of COVID-19 in Tennessee dropped below 29,000 from Tuesday to Wednesday. Knox County saw a 21 percent drop with a new total of 706 active cases.

Those in the ICU with COVID-19 also dropped significantly, with the new total being 276 statewide. Only 178 people in East Tennessee hospitals have COVID-19.

Active Cases: 28,035

Deaths: 16,450

Hospitalizations: 840

Total vaccinations: 3,714,811

November 3, 2021

Tennessee continued to stay below 30,000 active COVID cases in the state and hospitalizations stayed below 1000.

U.S. health officials on Tuesday gave the final signoff to Pfizer’s kid-size COVID-19 shot, a milestone that opens a major expansion of the nation’s vaccination campaign to children as young as 5.

Active Cases: 28,250

Deaths: 16,408

Hospitalizations: 879

Total vaccinations: 3,711,215

November 1, 2021

Tennessee dropped below 30,000 active COVID-19 cases over the weekend. There are now also less than 1,000 people in the hospital with COVID-19 and less than 200 on ventilators, according to state data.

Here in Knox County, the positivity rate has dropped below 10 percent, with it being 7.99 percent. Knox County Schools also has less than 50 positive cases, with 47.

Active Cases: 29,860

Deaths: 16,351

Hospitalizations: 927

Total vaccinations: 3,705,923

October 29, 2021

Active cases and hospitalizations across the state decreased from Wednesday to Thursday of this week. Knox County also saw a decrease in active cases but an increase in hospitalizations.

UTMC reported that 26% of their COVID-related hospitalizations were vaccinated.

Though the pandemic is still a worry, outdoor activities like trick-or-treating have gotten the thumbs up from Dr. Anthony Fauci, the government’s top infectious diseases expert, and Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Experts advise people to keep sanitizer and masks handy and continue to steer clear of crowded, poorly ventilated spaces, however.

Active Cases: 30,408

Deaths: 16,322

Hospitalizations: 1,021

Total vaccinations: 3,694,857

October 28, 2021

Active cases dropped both statewide and in Knox County from Tuesday to Wednesday, according to state data. Knox County also saw no deaths from Tuesday to Wednesday.

Child hospitalizations also dropped statewide, with the total now being 14.

Active Cases: 30,594

Deaths: 16,294

Hospitalizations: 1,078

Total vaccinations: 3,690,111

October 27, 2021

Tennessee is nearing the 30,000 active case threshold, with cases dropping by 1,188 to a total of 31,047. Active cases in Knox County have dropped below 1,000, with a total of 986.

Tennessee lawmakers are also scheduled to have a special session focusing on COVID-19, which will be the third time lawmakers call a session without the Governor.

Active Cases: 31,047

Deaths: 16,243

Hospitalizations: 1,110

Total vaccinations: 3,684,655

October 26, 2021

Active cases in Tennessee have dropped for another day. The total now reaching 32,235. Active cases in Knox County have also dropped.

UT Medical Center reported that 20 percent of all hospitalizations are people who are vaccinated.

Kid-size doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine may be getting closer as government advisers on Tuesday began deliberating whether there’s enough evidence that the shots are safe and effective for children aged 5 to 11.

Active Cases: 32,235

Deaths: 16,183

Hospitalizations: 1,135

Total vaccinations: 3,680,580

October 25, 2021

Active cases in Tennessee dropped over 10 percent last week statewide. The total number of active cases is 33,849.

Moderna said Monday that a low dose of its COVID-19 vaccine is safe and appears to work in for children aged 6 to 11, as the manufacturer joins its rival Pfizer in moving toward expanding shots to children.

Active Cases: 33,849

Deaths: 16,158

Hospitalizations: 1,188

Total vaccinations: 3,678,688

October 22, 2021

Active cases in Tennessee dropped by almost 600 from Wednesday to Thursday.

Kid-size doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine appear safe and nearly 91% effective at preventing symptomatic infections in 5- to 11-year-olds, according to study details released Friday as the U.S. considers opening vaccinations to that age group.

Active Cases: 34,693

Deaths: 16,104

Hospitalizations: 1,981

Total vaccinations: 3,669,756

October 21, 2021

The COVID-19 situation in Tennessee continued to improve as active cases fell by over 700 from Tuesday to Wednesday.

Tennessee has surpassed 16,000 deaths, according to the state’s most recent update after adding 79 deaths from Tuesday to Wednesday.

Active Cases: 35,280

Deaths: 16,052

Hospitalizations: 1,321

Total vaccinations: 3,666,458

October 20, 2021

Wednesday’s COVID-19 update is similar to the other updates Tennessee officials have released recently. Active cases continue to fall statewide, including here in East Tennessee.

Gov. Bill Lee filed an appeal in the ongoing case involving a federal masking order in Knox County Schools as well. In the appeal, he claimed the court has no legal authority to stop him from enforcing Executive Order 84.

Active Cases: 36,019

Deaths: 15,973

Hospitalizations: 1,389

Total vaccinations: 3,662,833

October 19, 2021

COVID-19 cases continued to drop statewide over the weekend, including in Knox County and East Tennessee.

Knox County Schools saw a serious decrease in cases for their first two days back since fall break. Prior to the break, the school district reported 179 COVID-19 cases. As of Monday, the district is reporting only 28.

The drop follows a break and the implementation of a federal mask mandate, though a health expert with East Tennessee Children’s Hospital tells WVLT News that it is not clear what caused the drop.

Active Cases: 37,805

Deaths: 15,887

Hospitalizations: 1,403

Total vaccinations: 3,659,122

October 15, 2021

Tennessee’s active cases dropped by over 2,000 or 5% from Tuesday to Thursday. Almost 8,000 new vaccinations were recorded in the same time period. Current hospitalizations are now down for over 30 days in a row.

Active Cases: 41,343

Deaths: 15,769

Hospitalizations: 1,575

Total vaccinations: 3,647,481

October 13, 2021

Tennessee continues to see fewer active COVID-19 cases. Hospitalizations are also down in East Tennessee, hitting a low last seen in August.

The office of Gov. Lee submitted filings in the ongoing Knox County masking case as well. In the filing, a legal representative claimed the court had no legal authority to implement the mask mandate or stop KCS from enforcing Bill Lee’s opt-out executive order.

Active Cases: 43,512

Deaths: 15,687

Hospitalizations: 1,666

Total vaccinations: 3,639,538

October 12, 2021

Active cases have dropped 4.9 percent statewide. Active cases in Knox County have now dropped below 2,000 cases.

The number of people currently in the East Tennessee Region Hospitals have decreased to 374. This is the lowest number recorded in hospitals in over two months.

216,775 booster shots have now been given in Tennessee.

The federal judge that ordered Knox County Schools to implement a masking mandate has responded to recent filings in the case, ruling that Knox County Schools may enforce last year’s masking policy with some caveats.

Active Cases: 44,995

Deaths: 15,583

Hospitalizations: 1,726

Total vaccinations: 3,635,887

October 11, 2021

Active cases dropped 11.9 percent from Thursday to Friday. The number of people currently in the hospital is down for over 30 days in a row.

Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs made a video statement Monday amid filings in the ongoing legal battle between Knox County Schools and a temporary court-imposed mask mandate.

Jacobs said that even though his office did not have a standing in the case, he could not ignore the calls from the hundreds of residents and parents who continued to reach out to him.

Active Cases: 47,304

Deaths: 15,558

Hospitalizations: 1,858

Total vaccinations: 3,634,455

October 7, 2021

Active cases dropped 2.9% from Tuesday to Wednesday. Tennessee is on track to drop below 50,000 cases by Friday. Hospitalizations also dropped by 71.

Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs addressed recent filings in the case between Knox County Schools and a federal judge who has imposed a temporary mask mandate as well.

Active Cases: 50,023

Deaths: 15,446

Hospitalizations: 2,085

Total vaccinations: 3,617,221

October 6, 2021

Active cases of COVID-19 continued to fall throughout the state from Monday to Tuesday. Cases dropped by over 2,000 Monday statewide and by 232 in Knox County.

Active Cases: 51,502

Deaths: 15,404

Hospitalizations: 2,156

Total vaccinations: 3,611,563

October 5, 2021

Active cases dropped by more than 2,500 cases from Friday to Monday. This brings the total number of active cases in the state to 53,698 cases. Additionally, over 2,000 new vaccinations were reported in Tennessee last week. Two new motions have been filed by both sides of the court-ordered schools mask mandate in Knox County.

Active Cases: 53,698

Deaths: 15,323

Hospitalizations: 2,195

Total vaccinations: 3,607,864

October 4, 2021

Active cases in Tennessee dropped by over 10,000 cases last week. Vaccinations in the state were up over by over 35,000. However, breakthrough cases increased by 7.1 percent to 3,489 cases in one week. This new increase brings breakthrough cases in Tennessee to 52,956.

Active Cases: 56,225

Deaths: 15,205

Hospitalizations: 2,239

Total vaccinations: 3,605,787

October 1, 2021

Active cases dropped 1,234 cases from Wednesday to Thursday, according to state data. This week alone, active cases in Tennessee have dropped 12 percent. Drugmaker Merck said Friday that its experimental COVID-19 pill reduced hospitalizations and deaths by half in people recently infected with the coronavirus, potentially a leap forward in the global fight against the pandemic.

Active Cases: 58,107

Deaths: 15,149

Hospitalizations: 2,484

Total vaccinations: 3,589,045

September 30, 2021

Active cases in Tennessee dropped below 60,000 from Tuesday to Wednesday, according to state data. Knox County officials also filed for further changes to the federal masking order put in place in Knox County Schools.

Active Cases: 59,341

Deaths: 15,099

Hospitalizations: 2,576

Total vaccinations: 3,584,401

September 29, 2021

Active cases in Tennessee had a steady drop from Monday to Tuesday, dropping by 4,348.

Knox County Schools students returned to school Tuesday wearing masks. According to school officials, 1.17 percent of students refused to wear a mask while at school, and even more showed up to school without a mask before eventually wearing one.

According to Knox County Schools’ absence policy, students taken out of school by parents for not wearing a mask will be marked as absent for the day. Students could face severe consequences for being absent more than five days.

The Knox County Board of Education also filed for an extensive list of conditions exempting a student from wearing a mask in school.

Active Cases: 61,881

Deaths: 15,055

Hospitalizations: 2,636

Total vaccinations: 3,577,833

September 28, 2021

Tennessee hospitalizations have decreased for the past 14 days, according to new data from the state health department.

Tennessee also reported lower active case numbers at 66,229 cases.

Knox County Schools were back in session today, following the recent order from a federal judge stating that all Knox County Schools implement a mask mandate, without allowing parents to follow Gov. Lee’s opt out option.

Active cases in Knox County Schools students are down 103 cases, bringing the total cases to 297, according to the KCS dashboard.

Active Cases: 66,229

Deaths: 14,952

Hospitalizations: 2,701

Total vaccinations: 3,569,900

September 27, 2021

Tennessee is reporting a 37 percent increase in breakthrough cases in total from the state. This brings the total of both active and inactive cases to 49,457 cases. The state also shares that hospitalizations of those breakthrough cases have increased as well.

Active cases across the state and in Knox County have continued to drop over the past week, according to the state health department.

Superintendent Bob Thomas canceled school for all Knox County students on Monday. This cancellation follows the recent order from a federal judging stating that all Knox County Schools implement a mask mandate, without allowing parents to follow Gov. Lee’s opt out option.

Active Cases: 71,298

Deaths: 14,825

Hospitalizations: 2,739

Total vaccinations: 3,568,095

September 24, 2021

Tennessee hospitalizations decreased by 129 or 4.2 percent from Wednesday to Thursday. Active cases in the state have continued to drop, with 4,048 becoming inactive in the last day.

A federal judge also ordered that Knox County Schools implement a mask mandate, without allowing parents to follow Gov. Lee’s opt out option.

Active Cases: 73,159

Deaths: 14,740

Hospitalizations: 2,968

Total vaccinations: 3,554,126

September 23, 2021

Active cases continue to drop in Tennessee for over a week, state data said. This means that people are recovering from COVID-19 in the state quicker than others are getting the virus. Hospitalizations are also continuing to drop across the state.

In Knox County, the COVID-19 death toll broke 800 this week with 805 total deaths.

Active Cases: 77,207

Deaths: 14,677

Hospitalizations: 3,097

Total vaccinations: 3,547,733

September 21, 2021

Active cases in Tennessee as a whole and Knox County have been in decline for the entire week of Sept. 13, according to state data. Additionally, hospitalizations are also on the decline.

Officials with the Tennessee National Guard announced over the weekend that 32 Tennessee medical facilities are receiving help from administrative and medical personnel due to the previous spike in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.

Active Cases: 82,860

Deaths: 14,450

Hospitalizations: 3,243

Total vaccinations: 3,533,790

September 20, 2021

The information is in Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data analyzed by CNN showed about 46% of all 12- to 17-year-olds have gotten the shot, an increase from earlier this month.

Pfizer said Monday its COVID-19 vaccine works for children ages 5 to 11 and that it will seek U.S. authorization for this age group soon — a key step toward beginning vaccinations for youngsters.

Active Cases: 85,672

Deaths: 14,341

Hospitalizations: 3,286

Total vaccinations: 3,529,469

September 17, 2021

Active COVID-19 cases in Tennessee dropped by 4,323 cases for total cases to drop to 87,724. Active Cases dropped 13,199 from Monday to Thursday just this week, which totals 13% down for all active cases. People currently in the hospital decreased by 59 on Thursday.

However, Knox Co. reported 38 deaths just this week from Monday to Thursday for a new total of 777. At the briefing, an official with the University of Tennessee Medical Center presented data on the death rate at the hospital, saying it had increased dramatically recently.

Active Cases: 87,724

Deaths: 14,289

Hospitalizations: 3,538

Total vaccinations: 3,509,331

September 16, 2021

Active COVID-19 cases in Tennessee dropped by almost 9,000 Wednesday, according to data from the state. This means that Tennessee has once again dropped below the 100,000 threshold for active cases. Hospitalizations in Tennessee also dropped by 57 from Monday to Wednesday, however ICU bed availability dropped back down to five percent.

East Tennessee hospital officials gave an update on the state of COVID-19 in the region Wednesday. At the briefing, an official with the University of Tennessee Medical Center presented data on the death rate at the hospital, saying it has increased dramatically recently.

Active Cases: 92,047

Deaths: 14,224

Hospitalizations: 3,597

Total vaccinations: 3,501,698

September 14, 2021

Tennessee broke 100,000 active COVID-19 cases again Monday with an increase of almost 9,000 cases, according to state data. The state also set a record for the number of new cases in a day on Sept. 10 with 15,411 new cases.

Tennessee did, however, see drops in hospitalizations, ICU capacity and pediatric hospitalizations.

In Sevier County, experts said 32 percent of those tested for COVID-19 are turning up positive and less than half the county is vaccinated.

Knox County officials reported a record number of deaths Tuesday, but also explained that due to the reporting process, many of those deaths are not reported on the day they occur.

Active Cases: 100,923

Deaths: 14,010

Hospitalizations: 3,654

Total vaccinations: 3,487,622

September 10, 2021

Tennessee once again saw a major drop in active cases in the last day. The state decreased by 5,219 cases. Between the major decrease in active cases, Tennessee saw 20,547 cases decrease from Tuesday to Thursday of this week. However, the state reached another new record for new hospitalizations, gaining 48 additional patients.

Active Cases: 92,114

Deaths: 13,879

Hospitalizations: 3,846

Total vaccinations: 3,459,079

September 9, 2021

Tennessee saw a major drop in active cases Wednesday after the case count dropped by 13.6 percent in a single day. The state also dropped below 100,000 cases, a milestone it reached Wednesday. However, the state reached a new record for hospitalizations with 22 new hospitalizations from Tuesday to Wednesday.

In Knox County, the Board of Education met to discuss changes to the attendance policy for those out because of COVID-19. The rate of new cases among school-aged children has decreased significantly with only three new cases Thursday compared to between 14 and 28 new cases each day earlier in the week.

Active cases in Knox County dropped by 190 Thursday, according to data from county health officials.

Active Cases: 97,333

Deaths: 13,804

Hospitalizations: 3,798

Total vaccinations: 3,452,824

September 8, 2021

State officials said that they are working through a backlog of data, including some from the holiday weekend Wednesday. Wednesday marked the first time the state broke 100,000 cases since the pandemic began.

LeConte Medical Center officials announced that the hospital had received help from the National Guard in the form of four medics and 10 administration personnel.

In Knox County, leaders sent an open letter to Gov. Bill Lee asking him to make changes to how schools transition to online learning, aiming to keep extra-curricular activities in place.

Both in Knox County and statewide, active cases increased by around 20 percent over the weekend

Active Cases: 112,661

Deaths: 13,721

Hospitalizations: 3,776

Total vaccinations: 3,444,927

September 3, 2021

Tennessee once again broke records for hospitalizations due to COVID statewide Thursday. According to data from the state, 3,538 people are in the hospital with COVID-19, an increase of 37 people.

Tennessee seen many less cases reported 3,199 cases versus 9,419 on Wednesday

Active Cases: 91,807

Deaths: 13,554

Hospitalizations: 3,538

Total vaccinations: 3,408,511

September 2, 2021

Tennessee once again broke records for hospitalizations due to COVID statewide Thursday. According to data from the state, 3,501 people are in the hospital with COVID-19, an increase of 163 people.

Statewide ICU bed availability increased slightly from five percent to six percent Wednesday. Now there are 114 available ICU beds statewide.

Knox County saw 22 deaths in the last seven days, with half those deaths occurring from Monday to Wednesday. Knox County Schools saw significant case increases Thursday. Active cases among students increased by 25 percent, peaking at 750. Active cases among staff almost doubled, increasing by 47 percent to 140.

The Knox County Board of Education met Wednesday night to discuss new COVID protocols in schools, eventually voting to not implement a mask mandate after hours of public forum. The Board did decide to implement a school-by-school contact tracing dashboard.

Active Cases: 95,705

Deaths: 13,518

Hospitalizations: 3,501

Total vaccinations: 3,374,129

September 1, 2021

Tennessee set the record for number of people in the hospital with COVID-19 for the entire pandemic Tuesday, with a total of 3,338. The previous record, which occurred on Jan. 6, was 3,334. However, pediatric hospitalizations dropped slightly from 79 to 73.

East Tennessee Children’s Hospital officials released COVID data for the past week on their dashboard Wednesday afternoon. The hospital only saw an increase of three patients, and the hospital’s ICU numbers stayed steady with one person in an ICU bed.

There are also only 99 ICU beds available statewide, meaning 95 percent of beds are taken.

Active Cases: 94,508

Deaths: 13,486

Hospitalizations: 3,338

Total vaccinations: 3,374,129

August 31, 2021

More than half of the Knox County population has received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, according to data from the county health department. The total rate of vaccinated people in the county is 54.76 percent. 48.52 percent of people have gotten both doses of the vaccine.

However, East Tennessee ICU bed availability is at its scarcest since the beginning of the pandemic. As of Tuesday, 169 people are in East Tennessee hospital ICU beds. Seven ICU beds are available in the region.

Active Cases: 92,891

Deaths: 13,429

Hospitalizations: 3,151

Total vaccinations: 3,374,129

August 28, 2021

Tennessee seen 71,430 vaccinations in the last week which is double had previously been seen.

ICU bed space increased to 7% availability following the previous week of only 6%.

Knox County seen 1,040 recovered or new inactive cases in the last week, which is almost double the amount from the week before.

Active Cases: 83,771

Deaths: 13,345

Hospitalizations: 3,159

Total vaccinations: 3,368,073

August 27, 2021

Tennessee saw over 36,000 new vaccinations this week, with 36,615 shots given.

Just last week the state of Tennessee saw the largest spike of new COVID-19 cases among children since the pandemic began, according to data from the state health department. This week things are different.

The state only saw a 0.6 percent increase in total active cases from Monday to Thursday this week, versus an 11 percent increase last week. Additionally, pediatric floor beds gradually increased in availability.

Wednesday floor beds were 16 percent open, and as of Friday floor beds are 20 percent open.

Active Cases: 81,734

Deaths: 13,304

Hospitalizations: 3,030

Total vaccinations: 3,333,258

August 25, 2021

The state of Tennessee has now seen over 1 million COVID cases over the course of the pandemic after a daily increase of over 5,000, according to data provided by the state. The total number of cases Tennessee has seen since the pandemic began is 1,002,632.

Only 5 ICU beds are open in the East Region as of Tuesday.

UT Medical began reporting daily COVID-19 updates on an online dashboard. According to that dashboard, 123 people are hospitalized and 85 percent of those hospitalized are not fully vaccinated.

The East Tennessee Children’s Hospital also established an online dashboard that provides weekly updates on how the hospital is handling COVID-19 patients. According to Wednesday’s dashboard, the hospital saw 11 patients over the past week hospitalized with COVID-19, but only five remain in the hospital as of Wednesday.

Active Cases: 80,965

Deaths: 13,235

Hospitalizations: 2,802

Total vaccinations: 3,304,764

August 23, 2021

The Tennessee Department of Health reported 22,620 new cases recorded in Tennessee this week. This number has doubled in the pas two weeks according to state officials.

Vaccination are also climbing this last week to 74,935 new vaccinations. This comes as the FDA gives full approval to the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.

Active Cases: 69,880

Deaths: 13,142

Hospitalizations: 2,776

Total vaccinations: 3,286,391

Nursing Homes in East Tennessee

Active Cases in Residents: 64

Active cases in staff: 111

Deaths: 6

UT Medical Center will now be updating a dashboard recording 110 hospitalizations today.

The University of Tennessee is changing its mask policy for the next two weeks following a spike in cases on campus, including a cluster at the Chi Omega House, that occurred on August 15 and was identified on August 22. This was included in their dashboard available to the public.

August 20, 2021

COVID-19 IV treatment sees uptick in demand, one patients calls Monoclonal Antibody Infusions “the Tamiflu for COVID”. The American Academy of Pediatrics strongly supports in-person learning for children as new data suggests the pandemic has led to academic and mental health issues in kids.

Active Cases: 66,790

Deaths: 13,096

Hospitalizations: 2,572

Total vaccinations: 3,249,885

August 19, 2021

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Active COVID-19 cases in Tennessee increased by 2.6 percent from Tuesday into Wednesday, according to state data. Statewide ICU bed availability dropped to six percent statewide from Tuesday, with the state now only having 122 open ICU beds.

State hospital officials issued a statement on hospital capacity concerns, saying the lack of ICU beds in metropolitan areas is putting stress on the entire state’s healthcare system.

Active Cases: 64,058

Deaths: 13,045

Hospitalizations: 2,490

Total vaccinations: 3,238,351

August 18, 2021

For the first time in several weeks, active cases in the state dropped by 288 or 0.5 percent. Tennessee has now surpassed 13,000 deaths from COVID-19, with a total of 13,018. Tennessee state officials reported 32 new deaths.

ICU bed availability dropped on Tuesday. Only eight percent of ICU beds are open across the state, totaling at 156. Pediatric ICU beds are now 81 percent full, up from 76 percent on Monday.

Additionally, vaccinations are up 14,069 from Tuesday.

Active Cases: 62,456

Deaths: 13,018

Hospitalizations: 2,450

Total vaccinations: 3,225,525

August 17, 2021

New data from the Knox County Health Department say there are only 8 ICU beds open as of today for the East Tennessee Region’s 19 area hospitals. This represents 95% of ICU beds are full in the area.

76 percent of pediatric ICU beds are full across Tennessee, according to a new report from the Tennessee State Health Department.

KCHD is reporting that there is a 1.37 day turnaround on testing results, with 5,829 tests recorded from August 11th to August 17th.

Fully vaccinated people in Knox County rose over the past two days as well with a total of 48.35 percent fully vaccinated. Only 52.48 percent are partially vaccinated.

August 16, 2021

Amid the 14% case increase in Tennessee, Tennessee Health Commissioner, Dr. Lisa Piercey addressed COVID-19 in Tennessee.

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According to the Tennessee Department of Health, current COVID-19 hospitalizations increased 22% last week. ICU bed space improved from 7% availability to 10% availability.

“You very likely are to experience delays if you go to a hospital right now,” Dr. Lisa Piercey said. “...If you do not have a true medical emergency, please do not go to the emergency department. Go to a level of care where you can be evaluated then discharged if you do not have a true medical emergency.”

Tennessee reinstated the National Guard program to supplement back-staffing in hospitals on August 16. The state will take many members of the National Guard that have been vaccinated and that have a background in medical care into the hospital setting to augment staff.

In the last month, the week over week vaccination rate in Tennessee almost double. The rate went from about 58k a week to over 100k a week and many of those are first doses, according to Dr. Piercey.

“That is exactly what we need,” Dr. Lisa Piercey stated.

Dr. Piercey stated that more finalized guidance is expected to come in the next few days regarding third dose boosters. The FDA approved Pfizer or Moderna for immunocompromised individuals. Individuals must wait 28 days after the second shot and it is recommended to be the same brand as the first shots.

Patients who are going through active cancer treatment, transplants, immune deficiencies, have HIV, and are on medications that cause the immune system to be weakened, such as, chronic high dose steroids would be available for the third booster shot.

There will be no proof of illness required for third dose booster but the state recommended all people to speak with their physician, Piercey stated.

Patient privacy is still a high concern for Tennessee and multiple layers of verification will be required to access vaccination records.

August 14, 2021

Vanderbilt University Medical Center officials have announced that their adult hospital and emergency departments are now completely full.

“The Middle Tennessee Transfer Coordinating Center is up and running to try to balance the load around the city,” officials released in a statement. “Those transfers are being placed in hospitals despite capacity and staffing challenges.”

Cases: 941,261

Deaths: 12,941

Hospitalizations: 2,077

Total tests: 8,650,228

August 13, 2021

Cases: 936,614

Deaths: 12,912

Hospitalizations: 2,017

Total tests: 8,627,922

August 12, 2021

Cases: 931,107

Deaths: 12,892

Hospitalizations: 1,919

Total tests: 8,602,094

August 11, 2021

There are currently only five Intensive Care Unit beds available in East Tennessee hospitals, according to an update from the state health department. Hospitalization numbers are also approaching January levels.

Cases: 927,010

Deaths: 12,885

Hospitalizations: 1,797

Total tests: 8,585,884

April 30

Cases: 847,430

Deaths: 12,197

Hospitalizations: 819

Inactive/Recoveries: 822,733

Total tests: 7,658,583

April 29

Cases: 846,472

Deaths: 12,188

Hospitalizations: 828

Inactive/Recoveries: 821,689

Total tests: 7,643,133

April 28

Cases: 845,380

Deaths: 12,171

Hospitalizations: 823

Inactive/Recoveries: 820,441

April 27

Cases: 844,246

Deaths: 12,163

Hospitalizations: 777

Inactive/Recoveries: 819,211

April 26

Cases: 843,059

Deaths: 12,152

Hospitalizations: 785

Inactive/Recoveries: 817,770

April 23

Cases: 841,049

Deaths: 12,142

Hospitalizations: 848

Inactive/Recoveries: 814,990

April 22

Cases: 839,841

Deaths: 12,130

Hospitalizations: 866

Inactive/Recoveries: 813,791

Total tests: 7,543,460

April 21

Cases: 837,833

Deaths: 12,111

Hospitalizations: 917

Inactive/Recoveries: 812,546

Total tests: 7,525,551

April 20

Cases: 836,563

Deaths: 12,096

Hospitalizations: 874

Inactive/Recoveries: 811,192

Total tests: 7,509,026

April 19

Cases: 835,842

Deaths: 12,081

Hospitalizations: 844

Inactive/Recoveries: 809,773

Total tests: 7,497,811

April 16

Cases: 830,484

Deaths: 12,049

Hospitalizations: 820

Inactive/Recoveries: 804,501

Total tests: 7,445,689

April 15

Cases: 829,114

Deaths: 12,041

Hospitalizations: 794

Inactive/Recoveries: 803,320

Total tests: 7,427,609

April 14

Cases: 827,529

Deaths: 12,032

Hospitalizations: 812

Inactive/Recoveries: 802,134

Total tests: 7,408,434

April 13

Cases: 826,371

Deaths: 12,022

Hospitalizations: 822

Inactive/Recoveries: 800,957

Total tests: 7,391,424

April 12

Cases: 824,914

Deaths: 12,015

Hospitalizations: 802

Inactive/Recoveries: 799,612

Total tests: 7,379,379

April 9

Cases: 822,085

Deaths: 12,001

Hospitalizations: 837

Inactive/Recoveries: 797,011

Total tests: 7,346,127

April 8

Cases: 820,965

Deaths: 11,997

Hospitalizations: 890

Inactive/Recoveries: 795,885

Total tests: 7,331,235

April 7

Cases: 819,505

Deaths: 11,976

Hospitalizations: 849

Inactive/Recoveries: 794,716

Total tests: 7,312,280

April 6

Cases: 818,008

Deaths: 11,967

Hospitalizations: 853

Inactive/Recoveries: 793,488

Total tests: 7,294,303

April 5

Cases: 817,022

Deaths: 11,929

Hospitalizations: 810

Inactive/Recoveries: 792,086

Total tests: 7,285,670

April 1

Cases: 813,614

Deaths: 11,915

Hospitalizations: 837

Inactive/Recoveries: 788,215

March 31

Cases: 811,842

Deaths: 11,904

Hospitalizations: 843

Inactive/Recoveries: 786,959

Total tests: 7,219,625

March 30

Cases: 810,529

Deaths: 11,894

Hospitalizations: 816

Inactive/Recoveries: 785,678

Total tests: 7,202,698

March 29

Cases: 809,692

Deaths: 11,866

Hospitalizations: 839

Inactive/Recoveries: 784,267

Total tests: 7,193,753

March 26

Cases: 806,792

Deaths: 11,816

Hospitalizations: 802

Inactive/Recoveries: 781,415

Total tests: 7,159,980

March 25

Cases: 806,011

Deaths: 11,796

Hospitalizations: 815

Inactive/Recoveries: 780,438

Total tests: 7,144,455

March 24

Cases: 804,492

Deaths: 11,792

Hospitalizations: 830

Inactive/Recoveries: 779,152

Total tests: 7,124,858

March 23

Cases: 803,104

Deaths: 11,747

Hospitalizations: 756

Inactive/Recoveries: 777,820

Total tests: 7,106,932

March 22

Cases: 801,645

Deaths: 11,713

Hospitalizations: 756

Inactive/Recoveries: 7736,548

Total tests: 7,095,028

March 19

Cases: 798,621

Deaths: 11,709

Hospitalizations: 708

Inactive/Recoveries: 773,817

Total tests: 7,060,847

March 18

Cases: 796,624

Deaths: 11,681

Hospitalizations: 661

Inactive/Recoveries: 772,665

Total tests: 7,034,682

March 17

Cases: 795,963

Deaths: 11,658

Hospitalizations: 680

Inactive/Recoveries: 771,464

Total tests: 7,026,813

March 16

Cases: 794,137

Deaths: 11,650

Hospitalizations: 676

Inactive/Recoveries: 770,011

Total tests: 7,005,827

March 15

Cases: 792,795

Deaths: 11,638

Hospitalizations: 653

Inactive/Recoveries: 768,631

Total tests: 6,996,960

March 12

Cases: 789,652

Deaths: 11,639

Hospitalizations: 699

Inactive/Recoveries: 765,441

Total tests: 6,963,586

March 11

Cases: 788,109

Deaths: 11,623

Hospitalizations: 783

Inactive/Recoveries: 763,970

Total tests: 6,944,400

March 10

Cases: 786,597

Deaths: 11,606

Hospitalizations: 705

Inactive/Recoveries: 762,464

Total tests: 6,923,442

March 9

Cases: 785,242

Deaths: 11,588

Hospitalizations: 678

Inactive/Recoveries: 760,910

Total tests: 6,903,828

March 8

Cases: 783,904

Deaths: 11,556

Hospitalizations: 722

Inactive/Recoveries: 759,025

Total tests: 6,890,904

March 7

Cases: 783,484

Deaths: 11,547

Hospitalizations: 747

Inactive/Recoveries: 758,039

Total tests: 6,8786,856

March 6

Cases: 782,206

Deaths: 11,543

Hospitalizations: 778

Inactive/Recoveries: 756,793

Total tests: 6,872,745

March 5

Cases: 780,894

Deaths: 11,534

Hospitalizations: 821

Inactive/Recoveries: 755,474

Total tests: 6,856,581

March 4

Cases: 779,449

Deaths: 11,501

Hospitalizations: 864

Inactive/Recoveries: 754,465

Total tests: 6,834,882

Officials said the positivity rate dropped to 4.67, the lowest the state has seen this year.

March 3

Cases: 777,935

Deaths: 11,459

Hospitalizations: 895

Inactive/Recoveries: 752,966

Total tests: 6,817,121

March 2

Cases: 776,337

Deaths: 11,436

Hospitalizations: 884

Inactive/Recoveries: 751,776

Total tests: 6,797,475

March 1

Cases: 775,693

Deaths: 11,421

Hospitalizations: 871

Inactive/Recoveries: 750,755

Total tests: 6,789,970

Feb. 28

Cases: 775,004

Deaths: 11,411

Hospitalizations: 878

Inactive/Recoveries: 749,863

Total tests: 6,780,861

Feb. 27

Cases: 773,887

Deaths: 11,393

Hospitalizations: 925

Inactive/Recoveries: 748,739

Total tests: 6,769,438

Feb. 26

Cases: 772,513

Deaths: 11,377

Hospitalizations: 1,283

Inactive/Recoveries: 746,954

Total tests: 6,753,759

Feb. 25

Cases: 770,940

Deaths: 11,321

Hospitalizations: 982

Inactive/Recoveries: 745,200

Total tests: 6,735,104

Feb. 24

Cases: 768,946

Deaths: 11,266

Hospitalizations: 972

Inactive/Recoveries: 743,254

Total tests: 6,709,400

Feb. 23

Cases: 767,315

Deaths: 11,198

Hospitalizations: 998

Inactive/Recoveries: 741,057

Total tests: 6,693,645

Feb. 22

Cases: 766,089

Deaths: 11,153

Hospitalizations: 1,008

Inactive/Recoveries: 738,731

Total tests: 6,681,400

On Feb. 22, the health department said that the daily added cases went below 1,000 with 952.

Feb. 21

Cases: 765,137

Deaths: 11,133

Hospitalizations: 1,010

Inactive/Recoveries: 737,635

Total tests: 6,674,491

Feb. 20

Cases: 764,008

Deaths: 11,115

Hospitalizations: 997

Inactive/Recoveries: 736,300

Total tests: 6,665,429

Feb. 19

Cases: 762,673

Deaths: 11,064

Hospitalizations: 973

Inactive/Recoveries: 734,152

Total tests: 6,654,486

Feb. 18

Cases: 761,301

Deaths: 11,057

Hospitalizations: 1,108

Inactive/Recoveries: 731,791

Total tests: 6,644,952

Feb. 17

Cases: 760,303

Deaths: 10,985

Hospitalizations: 1,131

Inactive/Recoveries: 729,629

Total tests: 6,634,437

Feb. 16

Cases: 759,523

Deaths: 10,954

Hospitalizations: 1,106

Inactive/Recoveries: 726,910

Total tests: 6,626,533

Feb. 15

Cases: 758,561

Deaths: 10,937

Hospitalizations: 1,091

Inactive/Recoveries: 724,031

Total tests: 6,618,281

Feb. 14

Cases: 757,418

Deaths: 10,933

Hospitalizations: 1,109

Inactive/Recoveries: 722,598

Total tests: 6,606,949

Feb. 13

Cases: 756,071

Deaths: 10,902

Hospitalizations: 1,154

Inactive/Recoveries: 720,977

Total tests: 6,592,275

Feb. 12

Cases: 754,279

Deaths: 10,893

Hospitalizations: 1,195

Inactive/Recoveries: 718,749

Total tests: 6,572,241

Feb. 11

Cases: 752,033

Deaths: 10,812

Hospitalizations: 1,232

Inactive/Recoveries: 716,136

Total tests: 6,547,434

Feb. 10

Cases: 750,409

Deaths: 10,731

Hospitalizations: 1,262

Inactive/Recoveries: 714,067

Total tests: 6,523,383

Feb. 9

Cases: 747,462

Deaths: 10,631

Hospitalizations: 1,293

Inactive/Recoveries: 710,742

Total tests: 6,495,794

Feb. 8

Cases: 745,826

Deaths: 10,566

Hospitalizations: 1,294

Inactive/Recoveries: 707,098

Total tests: 6,486,810

Feb. 7

Cases: 744,600

Deaths: 10,469

Hospitalizations: 1,314

Inactive/Recoveries: 705,492

Total tests: 6,475,194

Feb. 6

Cases: 742,213

Deaths: 10,463

Hospitalizations: 1,369

Inactive/Recoveries: 703,426

Total tests: 6,447,310

Feb. 5

Cases: 739,031

Deaths: 10,405

Hospitalizations: 1,421

Inactive/Recoveries: 700,620

Total tests: 6,417,656

Feb. 4

Cases: 736,370

Deaths: 10,202

Hospitalizations: 1,443

Inactive/Recoveries: 697,110

Total tests: 6,389,746

Feb. 3

Cases: 733,216

Deaths: 10,033

Hospitalizations: 1,492

Inactive/Recoveries: 693,707

Total tests: 6,359,798

On Feb 3, Tennessee surpassed 10,000 deaths due to the virus.

Feb. 2

Cases: 731,360

Deaths: 9,900

Hospitalizations: 1,547

Inactive/Recoveries: 688,963

Total tests: 6,347,070

Feb. 1

Cases: 729,187

Deaths: 9,753

Hospitalizations: 1,562

Inactive/Recoveries: 685,162

Total tests: 6,336,990

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