167 Cases of COVID-19 in Madison County, Health Dept. Says

The Jackson-Madison County Regional Health Department received positive test results for two more confirmed cases of COVID-19, according to a Friday morning news release from the health department. Madison County now has 167 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Madison County.

The most recent cases include:

  • a 14-year-old female (not hospitalized)
  • a 52-year-old female (not hospitalized)

The department’s epidemiology staff are reaching out to these cases and people who had close contact them.

The release said three Madison County residents are currently hospitalized with COVID-19, with one of those patients on a ventilator.

The department also reported that 153 Madison County residents have recovered from COVID-19 and eight people say they are feeling better.

The department released the following demographic information about Madison County’s confirmed COVID-19 cases:

ZIP CODE

Zip Code

Number of Cases

Percentage

38305

107

64%

38301

43

26%

38356

3

2%

38391

4

2%

38366

1

1%

38343

4

2%

38313

4

2%

38392

1

1%

 

GENDER

Sex

Number of Cases

Percentage

Female

92

55%

Male

75

45%

 

RACE

Race

Number of Cases

Percentage

Black or African American

103

62%

White

50

30%

Asian

5

3%

Hispanic

2

1%

Other

4

2%

Unspecified

3

2%

 

HEALTH STATUS

Health Status

Number of Cases

Percentage

Recovered

153

91%

Not Recovered

1

1%

Better

8

5%

Unknown

3

2%

Deaths

2

1%

 

AGE

Age (years)

Number of Cases

Percentage

0-10

1

1%

11-20

8

5%

21-30

22

13%

31-40

23

14%

41-50

29

17%

51-60

47

28%

61-70

23

14%

71-80

11

6%

80+

3

2%

 

Find more information about COVID-19 from the Tennessee Department of Health at https://www.tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has updated information and guidance available online at www.cdc.gov/COVID19.

 

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