Updated 2:17 p.m. April 27.
Since the first case of coronavirus in Williamson County was identified March 5, positive cases have continued to rise throughout Tennessee, with over 9,900 identified statewide as of April 27, according to the Tennessee Department of Health.
Coronavirus cases identified in Tennessee, Williamson County and Davidson County
According to the latest update from the TDH, there more active cases of coronavirus than there are recoveries throughout the state and in Davidson County, while there are more than twice the amount of recoveries than there are active cases in Williamson County. The death rate for those with the virus in Tennessee is about 2%, according to the TDH.
Recoveries, deaths and active cases of COVID-19 in Tennessee, Davidson County and Williamson County
Of the thousands of tests completed in the state, the vast majority have come back negative, according to the TDH.
Tennessee test results for coronavirus
Despite individuals of older age being the most vulnerable and at-risk populations for the harmful effects of the virus, the age group with the highest number of cases identified by the Tennessee Department of Health is 21-30, according to the TDH.
Confirmed coronavirus cases by age group in Tennessee
DATA: Deaths, recoveries, active cases, age groups, tests completed in Tennessee
Since the first case of COVID-19 in Williamson County was identified March 5, positive cases have continued to be confirmed throughout Tennessee. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)