This total is down from the county's all-time high of 1,723, which was reached Nov. 16.
While active cases have seen a decline in recent days. health care officials are still urging caution as residents begin planning for the holiday season. Between quarantine requirements for staff and projections of rising cases, officials with Williamson Medical Center are warning capacity issues could affect the ability to care for non-coronavirus cases.
"As the surge in the number of active COVID-19 cases and associated hospitalizations continues, Williamson Medical Center, like other area hospitals, is nearing capacity," WMC Chief Medical Officer Dr. Andy Russel said. "The number of patients that we can care for changes daily based on how many admissions and discharges occur each day, along with the number of staff we have available. If the trend in COVID-19 numbers sustains as projected, the community’s access to care for COVID-19 or other emergent medical needs such as heart attacks, strokes, accidents and other issues like appendicitis could be limited."
Take a look at Williamson County's active cases breakdown below.