Metro Health Dept. reports 111 new cases of COVID-19 in Davidson County

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — There are now 101,169 total cases of COVID-19 in Davidson County as of Friday according to the Metro Public Health Department.

Assessment centers operated by Meharry Medical College will adjust their hours of operations to accommodate for colder weather through winter. Outdoor testing locations will be closed the entire week due to freezing temperatures.

Davidson County has began vaccination efforts. Click here to pre-register. The Metro Public Heal Department reported it will take most of February to vaccinate everyone 75 years and older.

Metro Public Health Department launched an initiative to ensure no doses of COVID-19 vaccine are wasted by implementing a standby list for Davidson County residents. If you are interested in participating in the Standby List, you’re asked to email the health department at each day the standby list is operational.

The total number of confirmed and probable cases grew by 111 in the past 24 hours. There have been a total of 619 deaths in Davidson County.

A reported 85,756 individuals have recovered from the virus. Of the confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Davidson County, 2,118 are “active.”

The age range of patients is from one month old to 106 years old, 41,921 of which are men, 45,814 are women and the gender of 758 patients is unknown.

The health department reported available hospital beds in Nashville are at 17% and available ICU beds are at 13%.

The COVID-19 Hotline received 552 calls on Thursday.

The Tennessee Department of Health reported 998 new cases Thursday, putting the state at 761,301 total cases, with 640,214 confirmed and 121,087 probable.

The state has reported less than 1,000 new cases three days in a row. The last time Tennessee reported three consecutive increases of under 1,000 was September 9, 2020.

There are currently 18,453 active COVID-19 cases in the state.

Tennessee’s seven-day new cases average is currently 1,324 additional cases per day (-6% change since the previous day), while the 14-day new cases average is 1,781 (-8% change since the previous day).


TDH confirmed 72 additional deaths, bringing the state up to 11,057 total deaths. The state has added 1,407 deaths so far in the month of February, with an average of 78 additional deaths per day.


Out of the total positive cases, 731,791 are listed as inactive/recovered, an increase of 2,162 in the last 24 hours.


Earlier in the day, the state reported 1,108 people are currently hospitalized in Tennessee due to COVID-19.

  • Floor Bed Availability: There are 1,974 (17%) available floor beds in the state, a 0% change from the previous day’s report.
  • ICU Bed Availability: There are 279 (14%) available ICU beds in the state, down 1% from the previous day’s report.


Tennessee has processed 6,644,952 tests with 5,883,651 negative results. The percentage of positive cases remains around 11.5%. Thursday’s update added 10,515 tests to the state’s total with 8.34% percent positive cases.

Vaccine Tracker

Many Tennessee county health departments are closed Thursday due to the hazardous conditions from winter weather. COVID-19 vaccinations that were scheduled for Feb. 18 will be rescheduled.

On Tuesday, the Tennessee Department of Health announced vaccination registration for residents aged 65 and older and those in Phase 1b of the state’s COVID-19 Vaccination Plan will begin on February 22.

TDH has also launched a new online scheduling tool to allow users to book their appointment for COVID-19 vaccination at participating health department sites when they are eligible to do so. Tennesseans can access the system at and select their county to schedule an appointment.

From availability to current phases, find vaccine information for every Tennessee county using News 2’s Vaccine Tracker map.

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