Hamilton County Has No More Coronavirus Deaths, 78 New Cases; State Has 8 More Deaths

Sunday, August 9, 2020

The Hamilton County Health Department reported on Sunday that the total number of Hamilton County resident deaths remains at 54. Total cases now are 6,109 in Hamilton County, an increase of 78. 

Tennessee had 8 more deaths bringing the toll to 1,223. 

There were 2,127 new cases for a total of 122,712.

There were 42 more hospitalized to bring that total to 5,304.

There have been 80,997 people recover from the virus.

Testing numbers are above 1.71 million.

Here are the numbers by county:

Shelby County: 23,238 cases, up 322; 304 deaths, up 3

Davidson County: 20,620 cases, up 237; 213 deaths

Knox County: 4,600 cases, up 87; 39 deaths, up 1

Bledsoe County:  705 cases, up 10; 1 death

Bradley County: 1,943 cases, up 40; 12 deaths

Franklin County: 330 cases, up 5; 4 deaths

Grundy County: 114 cases, up 1; 2 deaths

Marion County: 229 cases, up 7; 4 deaths

McMinn County: 547 cases, up 16; 20 deaths

Meigs County: 106 cases, up 2; no deaths

Monroe County: 444 cases, up 26; 9 deaths

Polk County: 206 cases, up 2; 3 deaths 

Rhea County: 536 cases, up 8; 2 deaths

Sequatchie County: 105 cases; 0 deaths


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