Bradley cases hit 959

By TIM SINIARD
Posted 7/12/20

Cases of individuals testing positive for COVID-19 in Bradley County increased by 34 on Saturday, with the total amount of those infected nearing 1,000 since the first case was announced by the …

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Bradley cases hit 959

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Cases of individuals testing positive for COVID-19 in Bradley County increased by 34 on Saturday, with the total amount of those infected nearing 1,000 since the first case was announced by the Bradley County Health Department on March 20.
 
As of Saturday, 959 in Bradley County have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, resulting in 498 recoveries and four deaths.
 
In Tennessee, 61,006 have tested positive, with 3,193 hospitalizations, 35,435 recoveries and 738 deaths.
 
Confirmed case totals for Bradley County neighbors include: 
 
 
• Grundy: 65 cases, 49 recoveries and 2 deaths;
 
 
• Hamilton: 3,305 cases, 2,052 recoveries and 38 deaths;
 
 
• Marion: 94 cases, 56 recoveries and 4 deaths;
 
 
• McMinn: 276 cases, 181 recoveries and 19 deaths;
 
 
• Meigs: 38 cases, 28 recoveries and 0 deaths;
 
 
• Monroe: 155 cases, 107 recoveries and 6 deaths;
 
 
• Polk: 55 cases, 37 recoveries and 0 deaths;
 
 
• Rhea: 315 cases, 253 recoveries and 0 deaths; and
 
 
• Sequatchie: 49 cases, 32 recoveries and 0 deaths.
 
 
 Counties with Tennessee's highest numbers of cases include:
 
 
• Bedford: 623 cases, 440 recoveries and 9 deaths;
 
 
• Bledsoe: 629 cases, 618 recoveries and 1 death;
 
 
• Davidson: 13,162 cases, 7,743 recoveries and 143 deaths; 
 
 
• Knox: 1,591 cases, 767 recoveries and 9 deaths;
 
 
• Lake: 697 cases, 689 recoveries and 0 deaths; 
 
 
• Montgomery: 732 cases, 254 recoveries and 7 deaths;
 
 
• Putnam: 1,011 cases, 722 recoveries and 7 deaths;
 
 
• Robertson: 924 cases, 547 recoveries and 13 deaths;
 
 
• Rutherford: 3,525 cases, 1,526 recoveries and 39 deaths;
 
 
• Shelby: 13,423 cases, 8,755 recoveries and 223 deaths;
 
 
• Sumner: 1,897 cases, 746 recoveries and 56 deaths;
 
 
• Trousdale: 1,508 cases, 1,432 recoveries and 5 deaths;
 
 
• Williamson: 1,708 cases, 681 recoveries and 16 deaths; and
 
 
• Wilson: 1,148 cases, 523 recoveries and 17 deaths.
 
 
According to Johns Hopkins University, as of Saturday afternoon, more than 3.2 million individuals in the United States have tested positive for COVID-19, with 134,430 deaths and 983,185 recoveries.
 
Globally, nearly 12.6 million individuals have tested positive, resulting in 561,879 deaths and more than 6.9 million recoveries, according to Johns Hopkins.

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