NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WJHL) — The Tennessee Department of Health reported 160,708 confirmed cases and 4,401 probable cases of COVID-19 in the state on Monday, an increase of 983 total cases since Sunday.
The health department also announced 1,818 confirmed deaths, 826 current hospitalizations, and 146,213 inactive or recovered cases. More than 2.3 million coronavirus tests have been administered.
On Sunday, TDH reported 159,795 confirmed cases and 1,814 confirmed deaths.
TDH reported 70 new cases in Northeast Tennessee: 25 in Washington County; 16 in Sullivan County; 11 in Greene County; five each in Hawkins, Johnson, and Unicoi counties; and three in Carter County.
No new deaths were reported in our area.
TDH also reported 72 new recoveries: 21 in Sullivan, 17 in Washington, 14 in Greene, 12 in Carter, five in Hawkins, two in Johnson, and one in Unicoi County.
There are currently 962 active cases in Northeast Tennessee, down from 964 active cases on Sunday.
The following data was reported in local counties:
Total cases: 995
Active cases: 130
Total cases: 937
Active cases: 143
Total cases: 703
Active cases: 51
Total cases: 511
Active cases: 107
Total cases: 1,872
Active cases: 254
Total cases: 243
Active cases: 28
Total cases: 1,862
Active cases: 249