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Coronavirus updates, March 5, 2021

Last updated:  1 day 2 hours ago
12K

Confirmed cases

15K

Estimated cases

0
165

Deaths

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+1 312 yesterday
782K

Confirmed cases

1M

Estimated cases

0
14K

Recovered

+9 yesterday
12K

Deaths

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+57 527 yesterday
29,7M

Confirmed cases

48M

Estimated cases

0
+89 424 yesterday
20,3M

Recovered

+1 514 yesterday
537K

Deaths

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+449 680 yesterday
117,1M

Confirmed cases

Estimated for the end of the day: 117,4M
232,1M

Estimated cases

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0 yesterday
92,6M

Recovered

+9 824 yesterday
2,6M

Deaths

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All recovered New recovered
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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 87 755 1 513 9 364
Davidson County 81 978 873 11 810
Knox County 46 346 589 9 854
Hamilton County 40 635 463 11 048
Rutherford County 38 663 387 11 635
Williamson County 25 433 204 10 668
Sumner County 21 498 320 11 239
Montgomery County 17 505 213 8 376
Wilson County 16 553 211 11 443
Sullivan County 14 489 275 9 190
Blount County 14 167 184 10 786
Bradley County 13 039 141 12 217
Washington County 12 834 234 9 979
Maury County 12 262 162 12 722
Putnam County 10 647 170 13 268
Madison County 10 130 231 10 338
Robertson County 9 016 121 12 555
Hamblen County 8 086 165 12 523
Anderson County 8 075 158 10 558
Greene County 7 317 145 10 591
Tipton County 6 972 103 11 322
Coffee County 6 423 115 11 531
Dickson County 6 274 106 11 630
Gibson County 6 197 141 12 635
Cumberland County 6 130 123 10 273
Carter County 5 996 155 10 640
McMinn County 5 962 93 11 189
Roane County 5 938 96 11 174
Bedford County 5 826 120 11 719
Loudon County 5 735 67 10 810
Jefferson County 5 700 119 10 553
Lawrence County 5 578 83 12 636
Monroe County 5 369 90 11 582
Warren County 5 328 77 13 034
Hawkins County 5 278 98 9 337
Dyer County 5 243 101 14 049
Franklin County 4 754 85 11 349
Fayette County 4 686 73 11 568
Obion County 4 370 95 14 438
Lincoln County 4 159 62 12 190
Rhea County 4 153 73 12 570
Cocke County 4 025 96 11 251
Cheatham County 3 963 44 9 745
Marshall County 3 922 57 11 644
Campbell County 3 828 59 9 671
Weakley County 3 796 60 11 360
Giles County 3 755 97 12 728
Henderson County 3 623 74 13 010
Carroll County 3 492 81 12 463
White County 3 397 66 12 532
Hardeman County 3 391 65 13 446
Macon County 3 374 73 13 714
Hardin County 3 319 63 12 876
Lauderdale County 3 097 42 11 992
Henry County 3 014 75 9 315
Marion County 2 952 45 10 331
Scott County 2 883 44 13 081
Wayne County 2 882 30 17 405
Overton County 2 862 58 12 969
Claiborne County 2 837 69 8 934
McNairy County 2 686 53 10 402
Hickman County 2 671 41 10 657
DeKalb County 2 669 51 14 255
Haywood County 2 649 60 15 281
Smith County 2 577 36 12 785
Grainger County 2 449 46 10 581
Trousdale County 2 398 22 21 251
Morgan County 2 308 38 10 696
Fentress County 2 296 44 12 604
Johnson County 2 173 38 12 223
Chester County 2 024 48 11 716
Bledsoe County 2 012 10 13 636
Crockett County 1 976 47 13 791
Unicoi County 1 816 47 10 225
Polk County 1 787 22 10 575
Cannon County 1 780 30 12 127
Union County 1 733 34 8 802
Grundy County 1 701 30 12 745
Lake County 1 679 26 22 656
Sequatchie County 1 572 27 10 567
Humphreys County 1 552 21 8 236
Decatur County 1 541 37 13 164
Benton County 1 511 39 9 336
Lewis County 1 475 25 12 204
Meigs County 1 269 23 10 312
Jackson County 1 257 34 10 691
Stewart County 1 241 25 9 151
Clay County 1 071 31 13 878
Houston County 1 037 32 12 550
Perry County 1 036 28 13 089
Moore County 946 16 14 756
Van Buren County 797 20 13 832
Pickett County 746 23 14 679
Hancock County 497 12 7 589

The U.S. government is all in on coronavirus. COVID-19 pandemic keeps all people on alert in Sevierville and today, the invisible enemy still covers the territory of Sevier County. Its population density is informed to be 152 people per mi2 (59 people per km2) so the risk of being infected is below average. As for the state, the Tennessee officials noted about 782K cases of COVID-19, an increase of 1,3K cases from yesterday.

Shelby County and Davidson County counties are still the most-infected counties in the state.

These figures don’t give the whole picture because many cases — including mild or asymptomatic infections — have not been diagnosed. Our aim is to stay home and take care of ourselves. You should not forget about protection measures and the symptoms of coronavirus.

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