The number of active coronavirus cases in Williamson County is 407, according to the Sept. 14 update from the Tennessee Department of Health. While this number is up slightly from Sept. 3, when the department changed its reporting practices to account for shorter active case periods, the total is the same as last week. On Sept. 7, the department reported 407 cases. The total saw a slight fall and rise in that time frame.

While active cases numbers are relatively stable, some sectors of the population are still seeing slight increases.

The TDH tracks the total number of cases—including active and recovered cases—in school-age children, from 5-18—and reported Sept. 14 there has been a 13.6% increase in cases in the last week, rising from 630 as of Sept. 7 to 716 as of Sept. 14.

In Williamson County Schools, the district reported that 464 students were in isolation or quarantine, and 55 staff members were in isolation or quarantine, according to a Sept. 8 update.

See an active case history for Williamson County below.