Hamilton County Has No New COVID Deaths, 34 More Cases; Tennessee Has 12 More Deaths

Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Hamilton County had 34 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, bringing the total to 44,306. There have been no more deaths from the virus, and the total remains at 491 in the county.  

The number of those who have recovered from coronavirus in Hamilton County is 43,266, which is 98 percent, and there are 590 active cases.

There are 57 patients hospitalized and 12 in Intensive Care Units. Five others are in the hospital with suspected COVID. Of those hospitalized, 18 are county residents. 

The number of coronavirus cases in Tennessee is at 849,978 on Tuesday with 542 new cases. There have been 12 more deaths from the virus, for a total of 12,217 State Health Department officials said.

The state currently has 776 people hospitalized from the virus, which is one fewer than on Monday. 

Testing numbers are above 7.697 million across the state.

The number of people who have recovered from coronavirus in Tennessee is 826,424, which is 97 percent.

Here are the numbers by county:

Bledsoe County:  2,130 cases, up 7; 11 deaths

Bradley County:  14,983 cases, up 13; 149 deaths

Grundy County: 1,789 cases; 34 deaths

Marion County: 3,122 cases, up 2; 47 deaths

Meigs County: 1,383 cases, up 1; 25 deaths

Polk County: 2,062 cases, up 5; 24 deaths

Rhea County: 4,340 cases, up 3; 75 deaths

Sequatchie County: 1,694 cases, up 2; 29 deaths

Knox County: 50,513 cases, up 24; 634 deaths

Davidson County: 89,184 cases, up 41; 932 deaths, up 1

Shelby County: 95,208 cases, up 102; 1,613 deaths, up 3


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