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TDH reports four new deaths, 153 new cases in northeastern Tennessee | WJHL



NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WJHL) – The Tennessee Department of Health reported 112,657 confirmed cases and 1,441 probable cases of COVID-19 in the state on Wednesday, an increase of a total of 1,657 cases since Tuesday.

The health department also reported 1,104 confirmed deaths, 5,001 hospitalizations and 75,550 recoveries. More than 1.6 million coronavirus tests have been administered.

On Tuesday, TDH reported 111,101 confirmed cases and 1,079 confirmed deaths.

TDH reported four new deaths in our area on Wednesday: two in Sullivan County and one each in Greene and Hawkins County.

TDH also reported 1

53 new cases: 37 in Johnson County, 26 in Sullivan County, 25 in Washington County, 22 in Greene and Hawkins County, 19 in Carter County and two in Unicoi County.

Five new seven recoveries were reported: 33 in Sullivan County, 16 in Washington County, three each in Carter and Greene County and two in Hawkins County.

There are 2,215 active cases of COVID-19 in northeastern Tennessee, up from 2,123 cases on Tuesday.

The following data were reported in local counties:

Carter – 452 cases / 5 deaths / 108 recoveries
Greene – 398 cases / 6 deaths / 142 recoveries
Hawkins – 391 cases / 5 deaths / 95 recoveries
Johnson – 214 cases / 40 recoveries
Sullivan – 859 cases / 11 deaths / 573 recoveries
Unicoi – 141 cases / 62 recoveries
Washington – 1,114 cases / 2 deaths / 305 recoveries

Active cases per county:

Carter – 339
Greene – 250
Hawkins – 291
Johnson – 174
Sullivan – 275
Unicoi – 79
Washington – 807

Continued coverage of COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.




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