Health department confirms additional COVID-19 death, 18 new cases in Madison Co.

JACKSON, Tenn. — The Jackson-Madison County Regional Health Department has confirmed another Madison County resident has died due to COVID-19 complications.

Coronavirus

The health department says a 76-year-old man died Jan. 23 due to complications of COVID-19. A total of 163 Madison County residents have died due to COVID-19 complications.

The health department also confirmed another 18 cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of confirmed positive cases to 10,296 in Madison County.

Those new cases range in age from 16-years-old to 80-years-old.

There are currently 16 Madison County residents hospitalized, with two of those patients on a ventilator.

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

Zip code:

  • 38305: 6,183 (60%)
  • 38301: 2,999 (29.1%)
  • 38356: 168 (1.6%)
  • 38391: 91 (0.8%)
  • 38366: 179 (1.7%)
  • 38343: 74 (0.7%)
  • 38313: 219 (2.1%)
  • 38392: 72 (0.7%)
  • 38355: 29 (0.3%)
  • 38362: 135 (1.3%)
  • 38006: 6 (0.1%)
  • 38302: 18 (0.2%)
  • 38308: 17 (0.2%)
  • 38378: 2 (0.1%)
  • 38303: 6 (0.1%)
  • 38340: 4 (0.1%)
  • Unknown: 94 (0.9%)

Race:

  • Black or African-American: 2,663 (25.9%)
  • White: 4,352 (42.3%)
  • Asian: 39 (0.4%)
  • Hispanic: 238 (2.3%)
  • Other/Multiracial: 189 (1.8%)
  • Unspecified: 2,815 (27.3%)

Gender:

  • Female: 5,734 (55.7%)
  • Male: 4,483 (43.5%)
  • Unknown: 79 (0.8%)

Health Status:

  • Recovered: 9,321 (90.5%)
  • Not recovered: 258 (2.5%)
  • Better: 290 (2.8%)
  • Unknown: 264 (2.6%)
  • Deaths: 163 (1.6%)

Age:

  • 0 – 10 years: 527 (5.1%)
  • 11 – 20 years: 1,200 (11.7%)
  • 21 – 30 years: 1,738 (16.9%)
  • 31 – 40 years: 1,506 (14.6%)
  • 41 – 50 years: 1,486 (14.4%)
  • 51 – 60 years: 1,485 (14.4%)
  • 61 – 70 years: 1,171 (11.4%)
  • 71 – 80 years: 655 (6.4%)
  • 80+: 424 (4.1%)
  • Unknown: 104 (1%)

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

Categories: COVID-19 Updates, Local News, News
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