10 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Madison County; 298 total reported

JACKSON, Tenn. — The Jackson-Madison County Regional Health Department has confirmed 10 new positive cases of COVID-19 have been reported Thursday, bringing the total number of positive patients to 298 since the pandemic began.

Coronavirus

The new patients are:

  • 80-year-old female (hospitalized)
  • 28-year-old female (not hospitalized)
  • 57-year-old female (not hospitalized)
  • 47-year-old female (not hospitalized)
  • 60-year-old male (not hospitalized)
  • 76-year-old female (hospitalization unknown)
  • 42-year-old female (not hospitalized)
  • 16-year-old female (not hospitalized)
  • 50-year-old female (hospitalization unknown)
  • 15-year-old male (hospitalization unknown)

Four Madison County residents are currently hospitalized, and one patient is on a ventilator due to COVID-19.

Health department staff members are still attempting to reach out to some of the new patients, so their hospitalization status is unknown. Staff are also reaching out to anyone who may have had close contact with these patients.

The health department also released statistics on patients, including zip code, race, gender, age and their health statuses.

Zip Code:

  • 38305: 187 (63%)
  • 38301: 76 (25%)
  • 38356: 5 (2%)
  • 38391: 5 (2%)
  • 38366: 2 (0.7%)
  • 38343: 6 (2%)
  • 38313: 6 (2%)
  • 38392: 1 (0.25%)
  • 38355: 1 (0.25%)
  • 38362: 3 (1%)
  • 38006: 4 (1.3%)
  • 38302: 1 (0.25%)
  • 38308: 1 (0.25%)

Race:

  • Black or African-American: 144 (48%)
  • White: 121 (41%)
  • Asian: 5 (2%)
  • Hispanic: 10 (3%)
  • Other/Multiracial: 8 (3%)
  • Unspecified: 10 (3%)

Gender:

  • Female: 169 (57%)
  • Male: 129 (43%)

Health Status:

  • Recovered: 210 (70%)
  • Not recovered: 57 (19%)
  • Better: 21 (7%)
  • Unknown: 8 (3%)
  • Deaths: 2 (1%)

Age:

  • 0 – 10 years: 4 (1%)
  • 11 – 20 years: 25 (8%)
  • 21 – 30 years: 48 (16%)
  • 31 – 40 years: 50 (17%)
  • 41 – 50 years: 51 (17%)
  • 51 – 60 years: 59 (20%)
  • 61 – 70 years: 34 (12%)
  • 71 – 80 years: 19 (6%)
  • 80+: 8 (3%)
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