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TDH: 74 new COVID-19 cases reported in Sullivan County – WJHL-TV News Channel 11

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Oct 22, 2020/ 04:15 PM EDT/ Updated:
Oct 22, 2020/ 04:15 PM EDT

Tennessee Dept. of Health releases COVID-19 vaccine circulation strategy

The health department likewise revealed 2,872 confirmed deaths and 1,300 existing hospitalizations due to COVID-19.

The total COVID-19 case count for Tennessee is 237,907 as of October 22, 2020 including 3,011 deaths, 1,300 existing hospitalizations and 212,555 inactive/recovered. For the complete report with additional information, check out https://t.co/Psc3HfgZ8j.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WJHL)- The Tennessee Department of Health reported 225,658 verified cases and 12,249 likely cases of COVID-19 in the state on Thursday.

On Wednesday, TDH reported 223,867 validated cases and 2,834 verified deaths.

240 brand-new cases, 2 deaths in Sullivan County with Johnson County the only brilliant spot.– Jeff Keeling WJHL (@JeffKeeling12) October 22, 2020

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The following data was reported in local counties:

Carter CountyTotal cases: 1,465 Inactive/recovered: 1,299 Deaths: 32Active cases: 134

Greene CountyTotal cases: 1,618 Inactive/recovered: 1,324 Deaths: 51Active cases: 243

Hawkins CountyTotal cases: 1,142 Inactive/recovered: 961Deaths: 24Active cases: 157

Johnson CountyTotal cases: 1,117 Inactive/recovered: 1,037 Deaths: 7Active cases: 73

Sullivan CountyTotal cases: 3,395 Inactive/recovered: 2,648 Deaths: 46Active cases: 701

Unicoi CountyTotal cases: 384Inactive/recovered: 305Deaths: 2Active cases: 77

Washington CountyTotal cases: 3,241 Inactive/recovered: 2,699 Deaths: 46Active cases: 496

The overall COVID-19 case count for Tennessee is 237,907 as of October 22, 2020 including 3,011 deaths, 1,300 existing hospitalizations and 212,555 inactive/recovered. Little relief in sight for NE Tennessees COVID surge. 240 brand-new cases, 2 deaths in Sullivan County with Johnson County the only bright area.– Jeff Keeling WJHL (@JeffKeeling12) October 22, 2020