Nashville COVID-19 cases rise to 184

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) —UPDATE: (3-23-20)

Davidson County is under a "Safer at Home" executive order while cases in the greater Nashville area continue to rise.

Metro Health officials said there are now 184 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Davidson County, 27 who have recovered.Tennessee has two coronavirus deaths, one in Nashville.

Residents throughout Davidson County are urged to stay home unless needed and avoid gathering in groups of more than 10 people for non-essential purposes. The executive order also closes non-essential businesses for the next 14 days.

Davidson County cases range in age from 11 to 73 years old. Two patients are hospitalized and others are self-isolating at home with mild symptoms.

Total Cases by age (Active Cases)

  • Age Unknown: 28
  • Age 5-17: 3
  • Age 18-49: 126
  • Age 50-64: 15
  • Age 65+: 12

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