Following weeks of largely stable case numbers, Williamson County is reporting a surge in active cases, according to data from the Tennessee Department of Health.

The county has 520 active coronavirus cases, according to an Oct. 6 update from the TDH.

That number is up 45.6% from last Sept. 29's total of 357 active cases.

This is the highest level of active cases since early September, when the TDH updated its reporting practices for active cases to be in line with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The county has had a cumulative total of 5,735 coronavirus cases since the pandemic reached the state in early March. In that time, 121 residents have been hospitalized, and 40 have died, according to the TDH.


See a full history of active cases in Williamson County below.