As of 2 p.m. Monday, Marshall County still has 9 confirmed cases of the COVID-19 virus, with 1 fatality and 2 have recovered. There have been 196 people that have tested negative in our county. There have been 76,185 people tested in the state of Tennessee with 5,610 testing positive and 70,575 testing negative. The age group with the highest positive test rate is 21-30 year old with 1,155, while 51-60 year old have 1,047 positive tests, and 41-50 year old have 925. Bedford County has 23 confirmed cases with 282 people tested and 1 fatality, while Maury County has 33 confirmed cases with 629 people tested, and Giles County has 3 confirmed cases with 149 people tested. Please remember to wash your hands frequently with soap and water and practice social distancing.
Gov. Bill Lee extended the stay at home order through the end of April for Tennessee.