COVID-19 Daily Case Number Report (ROBERTSON)

COVID-19 Daily Case Number Report (ROBERTSON)

COVID-19 DAILY CASE NUMBER REPORT (ROBERTSON)

UPDATED DAILY… 7/10/2020

(SEE CHARTS BELOW) Charts updated daily

ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – JULY 10th: Robertson County reported (19) new cases of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, putting the county’s total at (901).  Total reported COVID related deaths in RC is  (13, up 2 in the last 48 hours), according to the latest numbers from the Tennessee Department of Health.

UPDATE: If you review the NorthCrest numbers below you will see a spike in COVID-19 cases. According to NorthCrest President and CEO Randy Davis, a noticeable spike generally occurs 7 to 10 days after a holiday event in Robertson County.  A spike was noticed 7 to 10 days following Memorial Day, and now, about a week after the 4th of July, another spike has pushed up the numbers. Davis says that so far the spikes have leveled themselves out over time but it does show that the virus is present in the Robertson County community.

The total COVID-19 case count for Tennessee is now 59,546 as of July 10, 2020 including 723 deaths, 3,146 hospitalizations and 34,740 recovered.(Robertson 541 recovered)  Extended data. See data charts below.

BREAKING: On July 7th, Robertson County Mayor Billy Vogle announced that starting on Wednesday, July 8th at 11:59 pm masks will be required in public places in Robertson County. FULL STORY with VIDEO INTERVIEW

Pictured: Dr. Matthew Garner with NorthCrest wheels out Epifanio Rivera following a three month battle with COVID-19.

On July 7th Senator Kerry Roberts produced a chart graphing out the declining COVID-19 death rate in the US and posted the chart on his Facebook page. Within about 20 minutes the chart had been shared more than 500 times and at last glance, the chart was making its way past 1,900 shares. CLICK HERE TO SEE CHART

As of July 10th, Northcrest Medical Center is treating (6) positive COVID-19 patients with (8) patient(s) waiting for test results. (4) patients in ICU, transferred to a Nashville medical facility. One patent (pictured left) was discharged after 80 days at NorthCrest Medical and 65 days on a ventilator. FULL STORY CLICK HERE

The Robertson County Health Department is testing on-site at the Robertson County Health Department located at 800 South Brown Street. MAP

The testing hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 am-1:00 pm. Please look for signage.

BELOW: COVID-19 daily numbers. The numbers reflect the total (accumulative) cases for the county since March 18.

March 18 (1 reported case) Up (1)

March 19 (2 reported cases) Up (1)

March 20 (2 reported cases) No new cases

March 21 (2 reported cases) No new cases

March 22 (3 reported cases) Up (1)

March 23 (6 reported cases) Up (3)

March 24 (12 reported cases) Up (6)

March 25 (15 reported cases) Up (3)

March 26 (20 reported cases) Up (5)

March 27 (22 reported cases) Up (2)

March 28 (23 reported cases) Up (1)

March 29 (25 reported cases) Up (2)

March 30 (27 reported cases) Up (2)

March 31 (28 reported cases) Up (1)

April 1st   (35 reported cases) Up (7)

April 2nd (41 reported cases) Up (6)

April 3rd (51 reported cases) Up (10)

April  4th (51 reported cases) No new cases

April 5th (59 reported cases) Up (8)

April 6th (60 reported cases) Up (1)

April 7th (65 reported cases) Up (5)

April 8th (67 reported cases) Up (2)

April 9th (70 reported cases) Up (3)

April 10th (73 reported cases) Up (3)

April 11th (81 reported cases) Up (8)

April 12th (84 reported cases) Up (3)

April 13th (88 reported cases) Up 4)

April 14th (92 reported cases) Up (4)

April 15th (94 reported cases) Up (2)

April 16th (95 reported cases) Up (1)

April 17th (105 reported cases) Up (10) 

April 18th (105 reported cases) No new cases

April 19th (113 reported cases) Up (8)

April 20th (116 reported cases)Up (3)

April 21st (117 reported cases) Up (1)

April 22nd (123 reported cases) Up (6)

April 22nd (125 reported cases) Up (2) 

April 23rd (125 reported cases) No new cases

April 24th (125 reported cases) No new cases

April 25th (127 reported cases) Up (2)

April 26th (136 reported cases) Up (9)

April 27th (138 reported cases) Up (2) 

April 28th (139 reported cases)Up (1)

April 29th (139 reported cases) ( No new cases)

April 30th (148 reported cases) Up (9)

May  1st    (157 reported cases) Up 9)

May  2nd  (168 reported cases) Up (11)

May  3rd  (179 reported cases) Up (11)

May  4th  (184 reported cases) Up (5)

May  5th  (185 reported cases) Up (1)

May  6th  (186 reported cases) Up (1)

May  7th  (195 reported cases) Up (9)

May  8th  (207 reported cases) Up (12)

May  9th  (219 reported cases) Up (12)

May 10th  (218 reported cases) No new cases NOTE: Tennessee Depart. Of Health makes one digit correction from May 9th numbers.

May  11th  (220 reported cases) Up (2)

May  12th  (244 reported cases) Up (24) 

May  13th  (245 reported cases) Up (1)

May  14th  (250 reported cases) Up (5)

May  15th  (263 reported cases) Up (13)

May  16th  (274 reported cases) Up (11)

May  17th  (274 reported cases)  ( No new cases)

May  18th  (294 reported cases) Up (20)

May  19th  (298 reported cases)  Up 4)

May  20th  (301 reported cases) Up (1)

May  21st  (317 reported cases) Up (16)

May  22nd  (335 reported cases)  Up (18)

May  23rd  (360 reported cases) Up (25)

May  24th  (371 reported cases)  Up (11)

May  25th  (389 reported cases) Up (18)

May  26th  (414 reported cases)  Up (25)

May  27th  (426 reported cases) Up (12)

May  28th  (441 reported cases)  Up (15)

May  29th  (449 reported cases) Up (8)

May  30th  (465 reported cases) Up (16)

May  31th  (475 reported cases) Up (10)

June  1st    (499 reported cases)  Up (24)

June  2nd  (511 reported cases)  Up (12)

June  3rd  (516 reported cases) Up (5)

June  4th  (523 reported cases)  Up (7)

June  5th  (542 reported cases) Up (19)

June  6th  (545 reported cases)  Up (3)

June  7th  (553 reported cases)  Up (8)

June  8th  (567 reported cases) Up (14)

June  9th  (580 reported cases)  Up (13)

June  10th  (584 reported cases) Up (4) 

June  11th  (594 reported cases) Up (10) 

June  12th  (597 reported cases) Up (3)

June  13th  (609 reported cases) Up (12) 

June  14th  (633 reported cases) Up (24) 

June  15th  (649 reported cases) Up (16)

June  16th  (657 reported cases) Up (8)

June  17th  (658 reported cases) Up (1)

June  18th  (670 reported cases) Up (12)

June  19th  (703 reported cases) Up (3)

June  20th  (701 reported cases) No new cases NOTE: Tennessee Depart. Of Health makes TWO digit correction from June 19th numbers.

June  21th  (705 reported cases) Up (4)

June  22nd  (708 reported cases) Up (3)

June  23rd  (715 reported cases) Up (7)

June  24th  (722 reported cases) Up (7)

June  25th  (729 reported cases) Up (7)

June  26th  (742 reported cases) Up (13)

June  27th  (751 reported cases) Up (9)

June  28th  (751 reported cases) Up (0) NO NUMBERS REPORTED By TDH (FULL STORY)

June  29th  (768 reported cases) Up (17)

June  30th  (776 reported cases) Up (8)

July  1st        (792 reported cases) Up (16)

July  2nd      (801 reported cases) Up (8)

July  3rd     (815 reported cases) Up (14)

July  4th     (826 reported cases) Up (11)

July  5th     (834 reported cases) Up (8)

July  6th     (839 reported cases) Up (5)

July  7th     (855 reported cases) Up (16)

July  8th     (875 reported cases) Up (20)

July  9th     (882 reported cases) Up (7)

July  10th   (901 reported cases) Up (19) NEW

For more detailed information from the Tennessee Department of Health of Robertson County -> CLICK HERE

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PHOTO LEFT: “After a long, hard road to recovery from COVID-19, NorthCrest staff was thrilled to celebrate a very special patient upon discharge!” (CLICK PHOTO TO PLAY VIDEO ON FB) “Watch as our staff gives him a proper send-off as he leaves the hospital, and he is able to hug his spouse.” Northcrest Medical Center

RELATED REPORT:

Robertson County Gets D- On Social Distancing (Based On Cell Data)

The TDOH has added ethnicity and gender to their data reports, see charts below–> (UPDATED DAILY)

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 and the CDC are promoting social distancing and hand washing.

In addition, the CDC is now strongly recommending wearing some kind of mask when out in public.

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

NOTE: COVID-19 testing runs from 9 am till 3pm Monday through Friday (for people with symptoms only) at the Robertson County Fairgrounds in Springfield.

For the latest updates on city and county news, business closures, court info, blood drives and more, Smokey’s Public Notices, Community Events & Announcements report is updated hourly.

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