Today, Tipton County’s confirmed cases increased by three to 91, which is close to its average daily increase. Should we continue to increase by 2.4 cases per day, Tipton County could hit the 100-case mark just as the safer at home order expires late next week.
This week’s prison outbreak added at least 28 or 29 cases to Tipton County. The U.S. Marshals, which houses inmates at the West Tennessee Detention Facility in Mason, reported no increase Friday.
Statewide, there were 463 new cases reported in Tennessee today, bringing your total confirmed cases of COVID-19 to 9,189. The Tennessee State Data Center shows record high numbers of new cases three of the last four days.
What are the numbers today?
Confirmed cases: 91, which includes at least 29 inmate at the West Tennessee Detention Facility in Mason
Average increase in confirmed cases per day: 2.4
Tipton Countians tested: 1,144
Number negative: 1,053
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Recovery and hospitalization
Number of Tipton Countians recovered: 41 (due to a request, we have added these to our daily graphic)
Number hospitalized at Baptist-Tipton: 0
With 91 confirmed cases and 41 reported recoveries, this means there are at least 50 active cases of COVID-19 in Tipton County.