Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2020-11-26 10:32:48 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WKRN) —As of Thursday, a total of 44,042 cases of COVID-19 occurred and two more patients died, according to the Metro Public Health Service.
The Tennessee Department of Health has reduced the number of tests it processes due to a system problem on Wednesday. The department explained that it expects that most of the tests that would normally be processed will be included in daily case count updates over the next few days.
Public and private rallies in Nashville and Davidson County are currently limited to a maximum of eight to delay the spread of COVID-19.
The total number of possible cases has increased by 101 in the last 24 hours. A total of 367 people died in Davidson County.
Two additional confirmed deaths have been reported in the last 24 hours. A 76-year-old man with a pending medical history and a 46-year-old man with underlying health.
The reported 41,101 people recovered from the virus. Of the COVID-19 cases identified in Davidson County, 2,574 are “active.”
The age range of patients ranges from 1 month to 103 years of age, of which 21,378 are male and 22,305 are female, and the gender of 359 patients is unknown.
The Department of Health reported that 13% of beds are available in Nashville and 11% of ICU beds are available.
The Metro COVID-19 hotline received 273 calls on Wednesday.
The Tennessee Department of Health reported 2,118 new cases on Wednesday, bringing the state to a total of 347,972 cases. Of these cases, 320,883 have been identified and 27,089 are possible.
The TDH also confirmed an additional 92 deaths, resulting in a total of 4,466 deaths in Tennessee. The 92 deaths reported on Wednesday are the largest number of deaths reported per day.
- November 25 – 92 dead
- November 11 – 89 dead
- November 19 – 80 people died
- October 30 – 78 people died
- November 3-75 dead
The state reported record-high current COVID hospitalizations for the 10th consecutive day. There are currently 2,183 hospitalized in Tennessee.
Last week, Tennessee reported more new cases (30,767) and deaths (334) than any other week in the pandemic. The state also broke new cases, recovery, and death records reported during the month of November.
The Tennessee Hospital Association (THA) has provided an open letter encouraging a safe holiday celebration in a pandemic.
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