Following weeks of declining case numbers, the number of active coronavirus cases in Williamson County had dropped to 100 as of June 3, according to the Tennessee Department of Health. That total is down 66% from the beginning of May.

The county reached its lowest level of active cases in more than a year June 2, when the county reported 97 active cases, according to the TDH.

As active cases continue to decline, the number of vaccines administered continues to rise. As of June 6, 50.75% of Williamson County residents had received at least one vaccine dose, and 44.64% had been fully vaccinated, according to the TDH.

That percentage is higher than the statewide average of 34.1% fully vaccinated residents.

Countywide vaccine data can be found here.