COVID-19 Cases Up To 35, A Look At Robertson County Numbers

COVID-19 Cases Up To 35, A Look At Robertson County Numbers

COVID-19 Cases Up To 35, A Look At Robertson County Numbers

UPDATE: Thursday, April 2nd numbers are in. Robertson County up 6 to 41.

See charts below.

ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – Robertson County is up to 35 cases of COVID-19, according to the latest numbers from the Tennessee Department of Health. That is the largest one day jump since Robertson County announced its first official case back on March 18th.

Let’s take a look at the numbers and see if any trends emerge.

March 18 (1 reported case)

March 19 (2 reported cases)

March 20 (2 reported cases)

March 21 (2 reported cases)

March 22 (3 reported cases)

March 23 (6 reported cases)

March 24 (12 reported cases)

March 25 (15 reported cases)

March 26 (20 reported cases)

March 27 (22 reported cases)

March 28 (23 reported cases)

March 29 (25 reported cases)

March 30 (27 reported cases)

March 31 (28 reported cases)

April 1st (35 reported cases)

April 2nd (41 reported cases) NEW

It’s definitely an upward trend though far from seriously exponential. There does appear to be a rhythm in the numbers but without additional facts, it may be difficult to draw any conclusions.

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According to the CDC, some people will have no symptoms but still transmit the virus. This could suggest that the number of cases in Robertson County could be higher than the official recorded cases.  There are still many unknowns with this virus. All we know for sure is it is easily transmitted from person to person, and it can kill. That is why our local leaders all the way up to the President are promoting social distancing and hand washing.

An important message from the Tennessee Department of Health

We all have to work together to stop the spread of COVID-19. Feeling the need to leave home? Ask yourself if that trip is REALLY essential.

Please remember to practice physical distancing. Do your part. Stay apart.

Have questions? Call the Public Information Line at (833) 556-2476. #COVID19