Tennessee could start distributing limited amounts of coronavirus vaccine as soon as December.
This is a summary of a press conference held by Gov. Bill Lee on Oct. 28. Officials discussed the increasing hospitalization rate in Tennessee as well as unemployment.
Montgomery County had a rise in the number of COVID-19 cases, which grew considerably in the last 14-day period in comparison to the previous 14 days.
This is a summary of a virtual press conference that Gov. Bill Lee and Health Commissioner Dr. Lisa Piercey held Wednesday. Lee tested negative for COVID-19 after a member of his security team tested for the virus, but the governor and First Lady Maria Lee are quarantining as a precaution.
In the three days since the last COVID-19 update in Montgomery County, the area has gained 61 new cases or approximately 20 per day. There was one new death and 58 classified as recovered/inactive.
Tennessee will hold school districts harmless when it comes to enrollment numbers for purposes of BEP funding, and people receiving unemployment benefits soon will have to show they are searching for jobs, Gov. Bill Lee said Tuesday.
36 new COVID-19 cases were reported in Montgomery County on Monday. There was one new death and seven inactive/recovered cases. The county's positive test rate is 8.22 percent.
Montgomery County has added 122 new COVID-19 cases since Wednesday, an average of approximately 41 per day. There have been four new deaths reported and 73 marked as inactive/recovered. The county's positive test rate currently sits at 8.22 percent.
Wednesday yielded 22 new COVID-19 cases in Montgomery County with two deaths and 31 recovered/inactive cases. 8.21 percent of tests in the county have been positive -- slightly down from yesterday.
Montgomery County gained 74 new COVID-19 cases between Monday and Tuesday along with two deaths. There were 42 cases marked as recovered/inactive.
Montgomery County reported 19 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday. There were no deaths and and 12 reported as recovered/inactive. With 36,119 cases and 2,962 positives, the county's positive test rate is 8.2 percent.
There were 21 new confirmed COVID-19 cases reported in Montgomery County on Saturday. There was one new death and 27 new cases recorded as recovered/inactive.
Montgomery County added 19 new COVID-19 cases on Friday. There were 24 new cases classified as "recovered or inactive." Out of 209 new tests, there were 22 positive tests for a total of 2,922.
Montgomery County added 10 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, surpassing 2,500 total since the beginning of the pandemic. There were 18 recoveries, making it the third straight day in which recoveries outpaced new cases.
Montgomery County gained 19 new confirmed COVID-19 cases on Tuesday. There were 30 recoveries and zero deaths. It marks the second consecutive day in which recoveries outpace new cases by double digits.