One month after first confirmed COVID-19 case, Tennessee has 44 dead, 3633 infected
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Mike Osborne) -- One month into Tennessee's coronavirus health crisis 44 state residents are dead with more than 3,600 confirmed positive for COVID-19.
It was March 5th that Gov. Bill Lee reported a Williamson County man had tested positive for the virus, the first confirmed case in Tennessee.
Metro Nashville reported its first case three days later on March 8th. Sunday morning Nashville reported 924 cases, up 68 infections in 24 hours.
University of Washington researchers predict COVID-19 cases will peak in Tennessee one week from today.