Tennessee Has 4,074 New COVID Cases, 35 More Deaths; Hamilton County Has 149 New COVID Cases And 1 New Death

Monday, November 23, 2020
The number of coronavirus cases in Tennessee is 344,550 on Monday with 4,074 new cases. There have been 35 more deaths from the virus, for a total of 4,301, said state Health Department officials. 

Hamilton County had 149 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday. The new total is 16,681.

There was one more death from the virus in the county on Sunday, bringing the total to 135. 

The number of those who have recovered from coronavirus in Hamilton County is 14,307, which is 86 percent, and there are 2,239 active cases. 

Hamilton County has 137 patients hospitalized from the virus, with an additional 17 suspected cases.
Of those, 81 are county residents. There are 31 people in intensive care. 

The state currently has 2,091 people hospitalized from the virus, 29 more than on Sunday.

There have been 296,592 people who have recovered from the virus in Tennessee (86 percent).

Testing numbers are above 4.308 million across the state. 

Here are the numbers by county:

Bledsoe County:  1,142 cases, up 2; 5 deaths

Bradley County: 4,832 cases, up 64; 33 deaths

Grundy County: 742 cases, up 8; 14 deaths

Marion County: 1,039 cases, up 8; 17 deaths

Meigs County: 461 cases, up 2; 12 deaths

Polk County: 632 cases, up 3; 14 deaths

Rhea County: 1,571 cases, up 16; 30 deaths

Sequatchie County: 496 cases, up 7; 5 deaths

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