331,532 COVID-19 cases confirmed in TN, 4,202 deaths, 2,035 hospitalizations

The Tennessee Department of Health confirmed a total of 331,532 cases of COVID-19 in the state on Friday, November 20. In addition, 4,202 people have died and are 2,035 currently hospitalized. Another 287,908 have either recovered or are inactive.

The Tennessee Department of Health also released the number of probable cases on Friday. The report shows 24,640 probable cases of COVID-19 and an additional 330 COVID-19-probable deaths.

Nov. 20

The report shows the following case count by county:

  • Anderson County – 2,589
  • Bedford County – 2,412
  • Benton County – 718
  • Bledsoe County – 1,133
  • Blount County – 4,900
  • Bradley County – 4,649
  • Campbell County – 1,389
  • Cannon County – 666
  • Carroll County – 1,565
  • Carter County — 2,453
  • Cheatham County – 1,432
  • Chester County – 949
  • Claiborne County – 718
  • Clay County – 519
  • Cocke County – 1,497
  • Coffee County – 2,547
  • Crockett County — 1,096
  • Cumberland County – 2,328
  • Davidson County – 39,770
  • Decatur County – 885
  • DeKalb County – 1,056
  • Dickson County – 2,597
  • Dyer County – 3,004
  • Fayette County – 2,088
  • Fentress County – 1,133
  • Franklin County – 1,844
  • Gibson County – 2,893
  • Giles County – 1,311
  • Grainger County – 860
  • Greene County – 2,715
  • Grundy County – 720
  • Hamblen County – 3,163
  • Hamilton County – 15,382
  • Hancock County – 138
  • Hardeman County — 2,175
  • Hardin County – 1,680
  • Hawkins County – 1,727
  • Haywood County — 1,553
  • Henderson County — 1,736
  • Henry County — 1,352
  • Hickman County – 1,077
  • Houston County – 563
  • Humphreys County – 629
  • Jackson County – 650
  • Jefferson County – 2,057
  • Johnson County – 1,351
  • Knox County – 17,026
  • Lake County – 1,132
  • Lauderdale County – 1,959
  • Lawrence County – 2,430
  • Lewis County — 690
  • Lincoln County – 1,358
  • Loudon County – 2,084
  • Macon County – 1,726
  • Madison County – 4,964
  • Marion County – 1,014
  • Marshall County – 1,577
  • Maury County – 5,266
  • McMinn County – 2,271
  • McNairy County — 1,357
  • Meigs County – 443
  • Monroe County – 1,916
  • Montgomery County – 5,956
  • Moore County — 355
  • Morgan County — 609
  • Obion County — 2,440
  • Overton County – 1,473
  • Perry County – 452
  • Pickett County — 359
  • Polk County – 614
  • Putnam County – 5,567
  • Rhea County – 1,498
  • Roane County – 2,116
  • Robertson County – 3,415
  • Rutherford County – 16,264
  • Scott County – 875
  • Sequatchie County – 484
  • Sevier County – 4,419
  • Shelby County – 44,615
  • Smith County – 1,338
  • Stewart County — 535
  • Sullivan County – 5,755
  • Sumner County – 8,696
  • Tipton County – 3,294
  • Trousdale County – 1,885
  • Unicoi County – 728
  • Union County — 669
  • Van Buren County – 317
  • Warren County – 2,166
  • Washington County – 5,338
  • Wayne County – 1,764
  • Weakley County — 2,024
  • White County – 1,632
  • Williamson County – 10,231
  • Wilson County – 6,681
  • Out of state – 6,348
  • Pending – 3,738

The Tennessee Department of Health has also released statistics for patients by race, ethnicity, gender and clusters.

Nov. 20 Race

Race:

  • American Indian or Alaska Native – 405
  • Asian – 2,789
  • Black or African-American – 49,489
  • Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander – 220
  • Other/Multiracial – 33,200
  • White – 189,383
  • Pending – 56,046

Nov. 20 Ethncity

Ethnicity:

  • Not Hispanic/Latino – 213,541
  • Hispanic or Latino – 30,530
  • Pending – 87,461

Nov. 20 Gender

Gender:

  • Female – 173,528
  • Male – 155,542
  • Pending – 2,462

Nov. 20 Clusters

Clusters:

  • Number of facilities with one or more cases (resident or staff) in the previous 28 days – 296
  • Total number of COVID-positive residents – 5,203
  • Total number of resident deaths – 584
  • Total number of COVID-positive staff – 4,335

For more information on COVID-19, go to the CDC website, the Tennessee Department of Health website or call (877) 857-2945.

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