Bradley County records 421 COVID-19 cases

By TIM SINIARD
Posted 6/26/20

Tennessee’s COVID-19 case count for Friday was 38,034, including 567 deaths, 2,431 hospitalizations and 25,280 recoveries, according to the Tennessee Department of Health.For Bradley County, there …

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Bradley County records 421 COVID-19 cases

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Tennessee’s COVID-19 case count for Friday was 38,034, including 567 deaths, 2,431 hospitalizations and 25,280 recoveries, according to the Tennessee Department of Health.
 
For Bradley County, there were 421 confirmed cases, with 279 recoveries and three deaths. 
 
A fourth death, as reported by the Cleveland Daily Banner, has not yet been confirmed by the Tennessee Department of Health.
 
Confirmed case totals for Bradley County neighbors include: 
 
 • Grundy: 58 cases, 40 recoveries and 1 death;
 
 • Hamilton: 2,185 cases, 1,321 recoveries and 29 deaths;
 
 • Marion: 56 cases, 42 recoveries and 4 deaths;
 
 • McMinn: 194 cases, 143 recoveries and 17 deaths;
 
 • Meigs: 31 cases, 26 recoveries and 0 deaths;
 
 • Monroe: 116 cases, 87 recoveries and 4 deaths;
 
 • Polk: 36 cases, 28 recoveries and 0 deaths;
 
 • Rhea: 258 cases, 231 recoveries and 0 deaths; and
 
 • Sequatchie: 24 cases, 19 recoveries and 0 deaths.
 
 Counties with Tennessee's highest numbers of cases include:
 
 • Bedford: 451 cases, 318 recoveries and 4 deaths;
 
 • Bledsoe: 616 cases, 610 recoveries and 1 death;
 
 • Davidson: 8,258 cases, 5,597 recoveries and 103 deaths; 
 
 • Knox: 783 cases, 527 recoveries and 5 deaths;
 
 • Lake: 690 cases, 681 recoveries and 0 deaths; 
 
 • Montgomery: 413 cases, 168 recoveries and 7 deaths;
 
 • Putnam: 706 cases, 578 recoveries and 7 deaths;
 
 • Robertson: 729 cases, 443 recoveries and 10 deaths;
 
 • Rutherford: 2,266 cases, 1,018 recoveries and 34 deaths;
 
 • Shelby: 8,643 cases, 5,900 recoveries and 175 deaths;
 
 • Sumner: 1,260 cases, 534 recoveries and 51 deaths;
 
 • Trousdale: 1,471 cases, 1,365 recoveries and 5 deaths;
 
 • Williamson: 874 cases, 469 recoveries and 14 deaths; and
 
 • Wilson: 683 cases, 382 recoveries and 15 deaths.
 
According to Johns Hopkins University, as of Friday morning, more than 2.4 million individuals in the United States have tested 
positive for COVID-19, with 124,415 deaths and 663,562 recoveries.
 
Globally, 9.6 million individuals have tested positive, resulting in 489,731 deaths and more than 4.8 million recoveries, according to Johns Hopkins.

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