Williamson County coronavirus cases rise by over 40 in 24 hours

Cases of coronavirus in Williamson County have risen to 2,562 as of July 20, according to the latest update from the Tennessee Department of Health. (Community Impact staff)
Cases of coronavirus in Williamson County have risen to 2,562 as of July 20, according to the latest update from the Tennessee Department of Health. (Community Impact staff)

Cases of coronavirus in Williamson County have risen to 2,562 as of July 20, according to the latest update from the Tennessee Department of Health. (Community Impact staff)

Cases of coronavirus in Williamson County have risen to 2,562 as of July 20, according to the latest update from the Tennessee Department of Health.


This marks an increase of 45 new cases reported in the county since the department’s last update July 19.

There are now 1,534 active cases of coronavirus in the county, a decrease of 11 since yesterday.


Statewide, there are 79,764 total cases, 847 cumulative deaths and an estimated 45,974 recoveries to date. Four people have died of the virus in Tennessee since yesterday’s update.


Overall, more than 1.21 million COVID-19 tests have been conducted, according to the TDH update, including more than 17,800 reported in the last 24 hours.



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