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Tennessee COVID-19 Cases Surpass 20,000 Over Weekend

National Deaths Approach 100,000


NASHVILLE (May 25) — According to the Tennessee Department of Health, the number of positive cases of COVID-19 in Tennessee surpassed 20,000 over the weekend.
As of Monday, there are 20,607 positive cases (up 462 from Sunday) and a total of 338 deaths (up two from Sunday). The numbers represent the total number of positive cases during the 2020 pandemic. A total of 1,594 patients were hospitalized and 13,073 have totally recovered.
In Carroll County, there has been one death, 23 recovered and 27 positive cases. A total of 1.279 were diagnosed as negative.

In Henry County, 17 have recovered of 29 positive cases and 1,386 tested negative.
In Weakley County, 24 have recovered of 26 positive cases and 1,142 tested negative.
In the United States, as of Monday, a total of 1,637,456 positive cases were reported in 2020 with 97,669 deaths, according to Centers for Disease Control.


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