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COVID in Tennessee: 2,008 cases, 19 deaths reported April 22 – Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee

Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-04-22 16:23:13 –

Nashville, Tennessee (WKRN) – The Tennessee Department of Health released the COVID-19 update on Thursday, April 22nd. The April 22 COVID-19 cases and tests reflect data updates received between monitoring databases. The department tweeted..

Case

The ministry reported 2,008 new cases, with a total of 839,841 cases in the state, 694,715 confirmed cases, and a possible 145,126 cases. Currently, there are 13,920 active COVID-19 cases in the state.

This is the second day of this week The department reported a data backlog with daily COVID data..

Dead (number)

The TDH confirmed an additional 19 deaths, with the state killing a total of 12,130.

Inactive / recovered

Of all positive cases, 813,791 are listed as inactive / recovered, an increase of 1,245 over the last 24 hours.

Hospitalization

Earlier in the day, the state reported Currently, 866 people are hospitalized in Tennessee. According to COVID-19.

  • Floor bed availability: The state has 1,499 (13%) available floor beds, down 8% from the previous day’s report.
  • ICU Bed Availability: The state has 251 (12%) available ICU beds, an increase of 11% from the previous day’s report.

test

Tennessee processed 7,543,460 tests with 6,703,619 negative results. The percentage of positive cases remains at about 11.1%. The Thursday update added 17,909 tests to the state total, with 6.34% positive cases.

Vaccine tracker

TDH Vaccine dashboard shows that Tennessee has received more than 3.7 million vaccinations so far.. The dashboard also shows that 33.4% of the states have been vaccinated at least once and 22.5% have been fully vaccinated.

The city of Nashville will close the Music City Center mass vaccination site at the end of May. According to metro health authorities..

Dr. Gil Wright, interim director of the Metro Public Health Service, said Thursday morning that “after careful consideration and consideration,” the city would “completely close the clinic at the end of the day on May 28.” Announced that it was decided.

“When I opened the clinic at Music City Center, I knew at some point that I would take the next step and shut down the site,” he explained.



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