TDH reports 213 new COVID-19 cases, nine new deaths in NETN on Monday

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WJHL) — The Tennessee Department of Health reported 213 new COVID-19 cases, nine new deaths, and 180 new inactive or recovered cases in Northeast Tennessee on Monday.

Two new deaths were reported each in Greene, Sullivan, and Washington counties while one new death was reported each in Carter, Hawkins, and Unicoi counties.

There are currently 5,056 active cases in Northeast Tennessee, up from 5,032 yesterday.

To date, there have been 36,685 cases and 622 deaths reported in Northeast Tennessee since the pandemic began.

Statewide, the health department reported 3,712 new coronavirus cases and 76 new deaths.

The health department reported a record-high 2,983 current COVID-19 hospitalizations in the state, up from 2,813 yesterday.

There are currently 77,679 active cases in Tennessee, up from 77,341 yesterday.

To date, there have been 567,792 cases, 6,588 deaths, 14,156 hospitalizations, and 483,525 inactive/recovered cases in Tennessee since the pandemic began.

The following data was reported in local counties: (number in parenthesis is change since yesterday)

Carter County
Total cases: 4,307 (+30)
Inactive/recovered: 3,650 (+15)
Deaths: 82 (+1)
Active cases: 575 (+14)

Greene County
Total cases: 5,371 (+76)
Inactive/recovered: 4,353 (+43)
Deaths: 90 (+2)
Active cases: 928 (+31)

Hawkins County
Total cases: 3,495 (+10)
Inactive/recovered: 2,849 (+11)
Deaths: 54 (+1)
Active cases: 592 (-2)

Johnson County
Total cases: 1,758 (+5)
Inactive/recovered: 1,614 (+3)
Deaths: 28 (0)
Active cases: 116 (+2)

Sullivan County
Total cases: 10,443 (+19)
Inactive/recovered: 8,959 (+44)
Deaths: 172 (+2)
Active cases: 1,312 (-27)

Unicoi County
Total cases: 1,403 (+14)
Inactive/recovered: 1,162 (+5)
Deaths: 39 (+1)
Active cases: 202 (+8)

Washington County
Total cases: 9,908 (+59)
Inactive/recovered: 8,420 (+59)
Deaths: 157 (+2)
Active cases: 1,331 (-2)

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