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COVID-19 Cases, Deaths Rise in Tri-Counties


NASHVILLE (October 25) — Tennessee had 3,500 new positive cases and 31 new fatalities due COVID-19 on Sunday, October 25. That brings the total number of positive cases in the year 2020 to 247,587 and the total number of deaths to 3,131.
In Carroll County, there are 1,148 total cases for the year 2020, 82 still active, 26 deaths, and 1,040 recovered. A total of 12,762 tests returned as negative.
In Henry County, there are 796 total positive cases for the year, 92 still active, 11 deaths and 693 recovered. A total of 11,138 tests returned as negative.
In Weakley County,, there are 1,561 total positive cases for the year, 135 still active, 26 deaths, and 1,400 recovered.
In Tennessee, the age group with the most positive cases is aged 21-30 with 49,654 in the year 2020; the age group of 31-40 is next with 39,909. The 11-20 year old group has a total of 32,803 in the year 2020.

School-aged children, age 5-18 have the following statistics.
In Carroll, a total of 161 cases with eight in the last 14 days.
In Henry, a total of 100 cases with 14 in the last 14 days.
In Weakley, a total of 190 with 17 in the last 14 days.
According to the World Health Organization, in the United States in the year 2020, there are 8,485,747 cases and 223,328 because of the Coronavirus. On October 24, there were 1,000 deaths in the U.S. related to COVID-19. That is much less as compared to the highest level of 6,409 deaths on April 17 during the height of the pandemic.
In the world, there are 42,966,344 cases and 1,152,604 deaths during the year 2020.


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