Coronavirus (COVID-19) info and news in Hancock County

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Coronavirus updates, October 19, 2021

Last updated:  17 hours ago
+6 yesterday
1,2K

Confirmed cases

1,8K

Estimated cases

0
0 yesterday
20

Deaths

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+540 yesterday
1,3M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 1,3M
1,4M

Estimated cases

0
22K

Recovered

+7 yesterday
16K

Deaths

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+53 135 yesterday
45,9M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 46M
66,7M

Estimated cases

0
+185 920 yesterday
35,6M

Recovered

+684 yesterday
747K

Deaths

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+346 618 yesterday
242M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 242,3M
439,6M

Estimated cases

0
+493 967 yesterday
219,4M

Recovered

+4 967 yesterday
4,9M

Deaths

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About this data

Data sources: Johns Hopkins University CSSE reports; state and national government health departments, and local media reports.

Confirmed cases - include presumptive positive cases.

Estimated cases - the unofficial number of infected people.

Active cases = total confirmed - total recovered - total deaths.

Estimated for the end of the day - assumptions about the number of infected people for the end of the current day.

The counties in the Tennessee state with the highest number of COVID-19 cases

Region Confirmed cases Deaths Cases/100k pop.
Shelby County 143 276 2 203 15 288
Davidson County 120 131 1 133 17 306
Knox County 77 662 894 16 513
Hamilton County 62 920 641 17 107
Rutherford County 61 245 527 18 431
Williamson County 39 295 266 16 482
Sumner County 33 940 404 17 743
Montgomery County 32 579 325 15 589
Wilson County 26 831 326 18 548
Sullivan County 26 351 412 16 713
Blount County 23 491 265 17 884
Bradley County 21 914 187 20 533
Washington County 21 414 321 16 651
Sevier County 19 815 263 20 242
Maury County 19 205 223 19 925
Madison County 17 464 304 17 823
Putnam County 16 556 214 20 632
Robertson County 13 964 176 19 445
Greene County 13 414 237 19 416
Hamblen County 12 906 193 19 988
Anderson County 12 767 212 16 693
Tipton County 11 245 126 18 261
Cumberland County 10 953 215 18 355
Gibson County 10 582 187 21 576
Coffee County 10 438 151 18 740
Carter County 10 413 212 18 479
McMinn County 10 387 127 19 493
Dickson County 10 281 160 19 057
Hawkins County 10 078 165 17 828
Roane County 9 863 148 18 560
Jefferson County 9 811 141 18 164
Monroe County 9 599 122 20 707
Lawrence County 9 460 115 21 431
Bedford County 9 058 154 18 221
Loudon County 9 035 93 17 030
Warren County 8 516 113 20 833
Dyer County 8 051 142 21 573
Franklin County 7 854 100 18 749
Cocke County 7 290 104 20 378
Fayette County 7 233 100 17 856
Campbell County 7 060 79 17 836
Cheatham County 6 953 67 17 097
Rhea County 6 921 91 20 947
Marshall County 6 795 84 20 173
Lincoln County 6 606 81 19 363
Obion County 6 561 110 21 677
Weakley County 6 217 87 18 605
Giles County 5 984 115 20 283
Marion County 5 708 52 19 976
Henderson County 5 686 99 20 419
Carroll County 5 674 100 20 250
White County 5 565 95 20 530
Hardin County 5 499 81 21 334
Henry County 5 433 85 16 790
Macon County 5 427 89 22 059
Claiborne County 5 342 108 16 822
Lauderdale County 5 190 61 20 097
Scott County 5 108 58 23 177
Hardeman County 5 071 79 20 107
Overton County 4 748 79 21 515
McNairy County 4 566 67 17 682
Hickman County 4 548 73 18 146
Grainger County 4 294 65 18 553
DeKalb County 4 164 67 22 240
Smith County 4 142 50 20 549
Wayne County 4 010 39 24 218
Haywood County 3 791 72 21 869
Morgan County 3 757 47 17 410
Fentress County 3 587 64 19 690
Johnson County 3 503 47 19 704
Chester County 3 499 72 20 254
Bledsoe County 3 471 17 23 524
Crockett County 3 337 62 23 290
Humphreys County 3 190 45 16 928
Polk County 3 164 29 18 724
Trousdale County 3 142 25 27 845
Unicoi County 3 113 65 17 527
Union County 3 051 45 15 497
Sequatchie County 2 955 32 19 864
Grundy County 2 788 37 20 890
Cannon County 2 776 40 18 913
Benton County 2 747 50 16 974
Lewis County 2 504 37 20 718
Decatur County 2 406 44 20 554
Meigs County 2 153 28 17 496
Stewart County 2 119 34 15 626
Jackson County 2 059 40 17 511
Lake County 2 007 31 27 081
Houston County 1 824 43 22 074
Perry County 1 594 34 20 139
Clay County 1 504 36 19 489
Moore County 1 425 21 22 227
Van Buren County 1 226 27 21 277
Pickett County 1 070 24 21 055

Since the first COVID-19 case was confirmed in the U.S., the outbreak has hit all 50 states. However, some areas have managed to keep the numbers low.

The population density in the county is 31 people per mi2 (12 people per km2) so the risk of infection is below average. Even though the total count of coronavirus patients has reached 1,2K today, Hancock County still has the lowest count of cases and deaths in the state of Tennessee.

Shelby County and Davidson County are the state's leaders in coronavirus patients with 143K and 120K patients with confirmed infection accordingly, while Pickett County and Van Buren County have the lowest number of coronavirus patients in Tennessee. Together with the latter ones, Hancock County’s per capita infection rate is considered below average, but the coronavirus still remains a threat to public safety.

Please note, even if your region has a low number of confirmed cases, the virus is still active. Please stay vigilant and continue with good hygiene practices.

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