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4 of 6 Nashville key COVID-19 metrics are flashing warning signs

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Davidson County Dept. of Health
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MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (Mike Osborne)  --  Four of the six key metrics Nashville uses to track it’s progress against coronavirus are now flashing warning signs.

The COVID-19 transmission rate, 14 day new case trend, Hospital bed capacity and ICU bed availability are all currently out of their acceptable ranges.

Metro’s testing capacity and public health capacity categories remain in the green.

The number of new cases averaged well over 300 per day this past week. The new case count pushed above 400 two out of the last seven days.

Seventeen Nashville residents died due as a result of coronavirus complications in the past seven days.

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